A beach in Kampot overlooking Koh Tral (Vietnam’s Phu Quoc Island) and Bokor Mountain has become an unlikely tourist attraction after a kitesurfer found the windswept coast a perfect spot for the extreme sport.
A spectacular limestone mountain covered in lush greenery is attracting tourists near and far because of improved accessibility from a new road to a dam. The Damrei Mountain, or Elephant Mountain as it’s often called, is located in
A spectacular limestone mountain covered in lush greenery is attracting tourists near and far because of improved accessibility from a new road to a dam.
These days, sailing has moved to the fore – from being considered a rare and extreme sport in Cambodia to being a leisure activity, which tourists can enjoy at the Discovery Centre of Kep’s Knai Bang Chatt resort.
A novice at sailing, Nuon Soksarim was caught in a moment of panic as he jumped aboard the sailboat, the breeze hitting his face. Fortunately, with a little bit of training, he managed to navigate in the open sea.
The palace Museum in Beijing, also known as the Forbidden City, announced last Thursday plans to celebrate the 600th anniversary of the founding of the world’s biggest architectural compound made of wood.
Located at Chres commune, Chhumkiri district in Kampot province about 109km from Phnom Penh via National Road 3, a glamping spot called The Safari is the only place to stay near the M’lech Dam, the massive 1,000m by 100m reservoir b
Romlech Dam sometimes reminds one of life – the good and the bad.
Between plastic chairs on a crowded Tunisian tourist beach, a sign indicates where another species shares the sand: a nest is buried below.
The cruise industry, long criticised for polluting the environment, is slowly trying to go greener by exploring new technologies, from hybrid solutions to high-tech sails.