Alex Long, better known as Shaman, started DJ-ing at Pontoon this month after a five year stint as a star on Mongolian music channels.
Flyboarding – the futuristic new watersport that’s just arrived to Cambodia’s beaches – is probably the closest you’ll ever get to flying a real jetpack.
Hok Sothik is president of the Cambodia Librarians and Documentalists Association, but astonishingly, he wasn’t always interested in reading.
Visit Tokyo’s National Museum and you’ll find a range of ancient Angkorian sculptures. Julie Masis went on a mission to find out more about their complicated origins.
At 2pm on Saturday and Sunday, tuk -tuks will transport passengers to exhibitions around Phnom Penh, starting at the Institut Français. Here is a sneak peak of what PhotoPhnomPenh has to offer.
Typhoon Haiyan, which struck the Philippines earlier this month, was the country’s deadliest typhoon on record, killing at least 5,000 people.
Phnom Penh’s culinary options grow exponentially by the year. Thanks to the influx of expat chefs from the world over, it is increasingly easy to satisfy urges for niche cuisines ranging from Balinese curries to Barcelona tapas.
Sarong Vit-Kory, 31, founded the Tevoda Organisation, an NGO based in her mother’s home village, in January this year. Her life hasn’t been easy. She was born in a Thai refugee camp.
Most people come to Mondulkiri for two reasons: elephants and waterfalls. The hills don’t hurt, either. The landscape is a piece of Wales in the tropics, with small forested slopes as far as the eye can see.
In the sequel to Alex Watts’ bestselling book Down And Out In Padstow and London, failed chef and hack Lennie Nash sets off to eat his way through Southeast Asia with a vague plan to buy a restaurant.