Location, location, location...
The ultimate riverside location, in the heart of Phnom Penh's nightlife and dining, this two floor, one bedroom loft style apartment has 180 degree river views of the Tonle Sap and Mekong Rivers.
There is currently an extraordinary opportunity to reside in a fully furnished two-bedroom, two bathroom apartment that lies on the far bank of the Mekong River in a restored Colonial Villa looking back towards the city of Phnom Penh.
Massive luxury villa set on 800m2 of land in central Phnom Penh.
Ideal for a professional family or ambassador relocating to Cambodia.
This fully furnished oasis in the city features 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and a private staff quarters.
L’ami Pierrot - #47 Street 75
Peter Didier – The owner of the restaurant, has pulled off something quite spectacular here.
His restaurant, L’ami Pierrot, found a little off the beaten track, offers a blend of traditional and contemporary French food where diners can lose themselves in a chilled out, Mediterranean haze.
Phnom Penh's finest luxury apartment in the French quarter is available for short or long term lease.
The high end finishes make this the ideal home for the modern couple, bachelor or bachelorette...
Ian Woodford, a throwback to the country’s bygone Untac era and a tall, wiry character whose colourful Australian language and endless Cambodian anecdotes were a cherished and longstanding part of Phnom Penh expatriate lore, died on May 23 in Sydney. He was 56.
The cause was complications following lung surgery, his daughter Maxine said.
Travelling between Cambodia and Australia will become easier following the signing of a new air services arrangement between our two countries.
A few months back my good Cambodian friend Sinan called me & told me he was doing a road trip on the alternative route from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap, via the city of Battambang. As it had been a while since my last trip to Cambodia, and visiting that country is always an absolute pleasure, I decided to hop over & join him.
When I first started out on my trip to Cambodia, I had planned to see Angkor Wat and then head back to my home in Bangkok. Instead, I ended up falling completely and hopelessly in love with Cambodia! My planned couple of days turned into weeks, which then turned into a whole month, and I was still sad to go. It remains my absolute favorite country I’ve visited thus far, and I can’t wait for a chance to return! I’ve decided to compile my ultimate top 10 reasons to fall in love with Cambodia… so what are you waiting for?!
I was the Director of an Anti-Poverty program and all of my staff were convinced I needed to pay a bribe. They all gave me my opinions on how much I needed to pay. 30% of the overall value and a bottle of Jack Daniels was the consensus. I ignored their advice and when the goods arrived I headed down to the seaport city of Sihanoukville and started on my task of getting my goods through without paying a bribe. I had the paperwork that said I didn’t have to pay, I was well dressed, I was sure of myself, and I had no clue what I was doing.