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Discover the countryside of Siem Reap by the quad bike

Publication date 13 September 2019 | 14:41 | ICT

Explore the beautiful Siem Reap countryside by all-terrain vehicle on a sunset tour through the rice fields with Quad Bike Adventure.

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  • The porter helping visitors enjoy stunning Phnom Tbeng waterfall

    Publication date 11 September 2019 | 20:59 | ICT

    Khek Thuon is likely the first person visitors to the 30m tall Phnom Tbeng, or Thma, waterfall in Preah Vihear province’s Tbeng Meanchey natural heritage site.

  • Lush waterfalls and a Hollywood star’s mansion in Battambang

    Publication date 05 September 2019 | 17:58 | ICT

    Hidden under lush green forest canopy, the Samlot Chas waterfall has become a tourist destination in part thanks to MJP – founded in 2003 by the Hollywood star aiming to protect the forest – located next to the waterfall.

  • Lush waterfalls and a Hollywood star’s mansion in Battambang

    Publication date 04 September 2019 | 19:25 | ICT

    Only few hundred metres behind Angelina Jolie’s house, where the Maddox Jolie-Pitt Foundation (MJP) conducts its mission to preserve Cambodia’s environment and support rural communities, Samlot Chas waterfall casts its natural beaut

  • Taste Cambodian cuisine at Siem Reap’s Mlob Baitong

    Publication date 30 August 2019 | 14:23 | ICT

    Mlob Baitong is another popular resort for relaxation, Khmer foods and natural setting in Siem Reap province. The untamed countryside is a fantastic gateway, never miss this holiday escapade!

  • Glamping with French flair in the wilds of North America

    Publication date 28 August 2019 | 21:54 | ICT

    Hidden under a lush green canopy of boreal forest in southeastern Canada are 80 fully-stocked tents featuring feather beds, silk sheets, electric lighting, mini-refrigerators and tableware.

  • Exploring the Kingdom’s highest mountain peak in Kampong Speu

    Publication date 28 August 2019 | 21:13 | ICT

    Keo Rattana had to trek through thick bamboo jungles, climb steep inclines and snake his way up mountain cliffs by using a rope to make his way to the top of Kampong Speu province’s Oral Mountain – Cambodia’s highest peak.

  • Over-tourism poses threats on France’s Corsican nature reserve

    Publication date 28 August 2019 | 19:10 | ICT

    “It's nature’s magical design,” says a tourist guide, waxing poetic as he comments on the impressive red cliffs plunging into a turquoise sea at the Scandola nature reserve on France’s Corsica island.

  • Ivory Coast’s ‘floating island’ points to greener tourism

    Publication date 28 August 2019 | 19:06 | ICT

    The seaside resort offers visitors a cool drink or tasty meal, a dip in a pool, a karaoke session or an overnight stay, all with a view.

  • Battambang's 'Killing Caves'

    Publication date 27 August 2019 | 09:12 | ICT

    Phnom Sampov consists of many mountain caves attracting tourists from around the world. But their natural beauty today contrasts with their grim history as Khmer Rouge-era “killing caves”.

  • Former ‘killing caves’ become a sobering tourist destination

    Publication date 21 August 2019 | 20:55 | ICT

    Phnom Sampov consists of many mountain caves attracting tourists from around the world. But their natural beauty today contrasts with their grim history as Khmer Rouge-era “killing caves”.