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A new Khmer dessert tasting menu at Kaya Cafe in Siem Reap aims to enhance the culinary experience of foodie tourists to Temple Town.
Chefs Duangporn “Bo” Songvisava and Dylan Jones of Bo.lan in Bangkok host a series of pop-up dinners and a cooking class in Siem Reap.
Community homestays finally bear fruit at Banteay Chhmar, three hours north of Siem Reap.
The second record-breaking aerial laser survey of Angkor's archaeolgoical treasures to reveal Kingdom's historical secrets, Phnom Penh Post Weekend
Siem Reap's 'East Bank' evolution; Business owners and residents of Siem Reap’s rapidly evolving ‘East Bank’ are calling for better urban planning amid anxiety about the future of their beloved, laidback, leafy neighbourhood
Hoteliers worried by rise in peer-to-peer rentals and Airbnb's aggressive strategy in Siem Reap. A campaign by US-based accommodation rental site Airbnb to increase the number of Cambodian listings on the peer-to-peer accommodation website has sparked fierce debate in Siem Reap’s tourism community about the so-called “sharing economy”.
Two new and very different noodle shops open in Siem Reap, Phnom Penh Post Weekend
Owner-chef Joannès Rivière's Cambodian restaurant, Cuisine Wat Damnak, in Siem Reap, was named Best Restaurant in Cambodia at Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2015 awards in Singapore this week.
A group of enterprising business owners in Siem Reap have taken it upon themselves to brand and promote their emerging shopping, eating and drinking quarter 'Kandal Village'.
Farmers' market a taste of Europe in Siem Reap, Pos...
An interview with Chef David Thompson of Asia's #1 restaurant Nahm Bangkok about the new luxury Aqua Mekong cruise boat, Jaan Bai restaurant, Cambodia, and Cambodian cuisine.
Interview with award-winning American journalist and author of Overbooked: the Global Business of Travel and Tourism (2013), Elizabeth Becker, who began her career in Cambodia in 1972 as a war correspondent, at the UNWTO & UNESCO World Conference on Tourism and Culture in Siem Reap in February 2015.
Exhibition set to shock tourists out of giving to s...
In a not-so-quiet corner of the leafy grounds of Siem Reap’s Wat Damnak, young Cambodian artists and foreign volunteers are teaching children to make the rattan and bamboo skeletal frames for the enormous animal puppets for Siem Reap’s ninth Giant Puppet Project Street Parade