Collected by MaryBeth Williams
321 Sisowath Quay, រាជធានីភ្នំពេញ, Cambodia
Like many travelers, I am drawn to stores and shops and restaurants where my tourist dollars can help those in the the countries I am visiting. If you are in Phnom Penh, Daughters is a must-visit (and Friends deserves its outstanding reputation I...
Siem Reap, Angkor High School Road, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia
Upon arrival, after a long, dusty drive from Phnom Penh, we were greeted like old friends and given sweet welcome drinks, garnished with orchids, in silver cups and refreshing cool towels. The best way I can describe this boutique hotel is it's...
This photograph was taken in Kep, Cambodia - a small seaside getaway known for its rich pepper plantations, salt fields and extraordinary crab market where locals and tourists alike go to browse, buy and eat what is considered by many to be the...
NR33A, Krong Kaeb, Cambodia
A new road has made the seaside town of Kep once again a favorite weekend getaway for Phnom Penh residents and expats. Don’t leave without trying the region’s Kampot pepper–spiked crab, left, which locals enjoy at Kimly. The six-room hotel Villa...
Pub Street Area , Mondol 1 Village, 284 2 Thnou St, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia
While cute souvenir shops and even haute couture boutiques exemplify the changing face of the retail scene in Siem Reap, the city’s famous Old Market remains a heady hub of traditional trade and commerce. Located right in the heart of town,...
Beng Mealea, Cambodia
Exploring the Beng Mealea Temple, a three-hour drive from Siem Reap is like being transported to the sets of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, or Angelina Jolie's Tomb Raider. Built to a similar scale and floor plan as Angkor Wat, Beng Mealea...
115 Moo 7 Tambol Bangkao Phetchaburi, ตำบล บางเก่า อำเภอ ชะอำ เพชรบุรี 76120, Thailand
I spent Christmas in Siem Reap and experienced a very different kind of white Christmas at Hotel de la Paix. White feathers are an international symbol of peace. The hotel constructed an eco-friendly Christmas tree from 3,200 white feathers and...
I hadn’t been awake for longer than a minute. I peeled back the tarp door to my room, walked out onto my deck, and leapt. It was an abrupt but purifying way to start the day. The cool, brackish water instantly defogged my mind, and my eyes opened...
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