Thailand is a beautiful country but unfortunately most of its tropical beaches and islands have been over saturated with tourists and tourists facilities. Almost everywhere, there are now many resorts, tons of restaurants and bar and lots of party places. A couple weeks ago, I found a place I did not think would still exist […]
Siem Reap is not just the gateway to Angkor Wat. It is also a great place for foodies. That’s it, if you love food Siem Reap offers a wide choice of food and cuisines for every taste and budget. From local Cambodian specialties to pizza, French Cuisine, Indian, Grill, Sushi etc…. There are thousands of […]
The world’s largest archaeological Religious site. It is pretty incredible that it was built over a thousand years ago. It is all made of huge, heavy blocks of sandstone. It attracts about 2.5 million visitors a year which makes it on average about 5,000 people a day coming from all over the world! These are […]
One of the many juice stalls scattered along the Old Market area in Siem Reap. You can keep cool under the sun with delicious juices/shakes at only $1 a pot. And at night they magically transform in Cocktail stalls, selling delicious cocktails at $1.50. Double Bargain!
Siem Reap gateway to Angkor Wat, the largest religious archaeological site in the world or at least in South East Asia. I had wanted to visit this place for years. It was finally happening. Siem Reap, a central Cambodian town. Quite chilled and laid back but incredibly hot and dusty. We had been there for […]