Nestled behind a tree on a one-way stretch of Street 130, and with no lit signage, Dodo Bar is easy to miss.
Living an austere, solitary life in a shed on a rocky hill, the self-proclaimed ‘Grandmother of White Mountain’ doles out blessings and cures – and
South African chef Amy Baard, a fixture of Phnom Penh’s fine dining scene for more than two years, is starting fresh and bringing her energy and
For teenagers focused on having a good time and riding cool motorbikes, the tough realities of suicide and prostate cancer are probably the last things on their mind.
Post Weekend in collaboration with Le Petit Journal - Cambodge got an exclusive look behind the scenes of the Royal Ballet of Cambodia, as they travelled to Hong Kong for their debut in the city.
For years, Cambodia’s urban arts scene has been slowly percolating – and it has been doing so without the help of Tony Francis. With established artists like FONKI, Chifumi, Peap Tarr and Theo Vallier – all either Cambodians or foreigners with close ties to the Kingdom – urban art has become more
South African chef Amy Baard, a fixture of Phnom Penh’s fine dining scene for more than two years, is starting fresh and bringing her energy and culinary creativity to a more relaxed, but equally demanding setting.
Phka Slaa, a new Khmer restaurant geared towards foodie-foreigners, recently opened its doors in a tourist-friendly area on Street 240.
Just about the only thing that has changed in the last decade at Mee Kork Orussey is the wait time.
The capital now has its second large-scale container market, this time in the Boeung Kak neighbourhood.
Michael Chai, Director at Legend cinema, smiled as he scanned the long queues of Spiderman fans waiting to see the latest installment of the blockbuster Hollywood franchise in Phnom Penh’s Toul Kork district last weekend.
The home of sisters Varty and Vartey Sochetra, and the latter’s husband Timon Seibel, doesn’t appear at first glance too different from a typical country house.