Volunteer English Teacher

I had just graduated from university in Australia and I was interested in travelling and working abroad. I had spoken to a friend who had been a volunteer English teacher in Southeast Asia, and he was very upbeat about his extraordinary experiences. In fact, he had plans to return and continue teaching English in Southeast…

Cambodia History | 1995

“No, not possible” was the reply followed by “Too dangerous.” Apparently, travelling by bus could end up being stopped by bandits, or worse the Khmer Rouge, and taken hostage then a ransom demanded, or else. It appeared my plan to visit Angkor Wat had run into a hurdle. Cambodian History | 1995   This was…

Water Festival Cambodia

The annual  Bon Om Touk  ( Cambodian Water Festival )is a must-see event and should be on every Cambodian bucket list. Boat crews from all over the country descend on Phnom Penh to compete in boat races on the Tonlé Sap River, actually, the rallying point is just below the Chrouy Changva bridge and the…

Things To Do In Phnom Penh

You will not run short of things to do in Phnom Penh. All it takes is a little bit of perseverance and the traveler spirit. Most of the sights, interesting places and things to do in Phnom Penh are within a relatively short drive or decent walk. A taxi ride is cheap and those that…

Living In Cambodia

A personal story of our media director living in Cambodia. He shares experiences from the mundane to the unusual. His information is essential for anyone who will be volunteering for any length of time in Cambodia or planning to fully explore the rich Khmer history of Cambodia. Make sure you have all your essential items…

Living In Cambodia | Phnom Penh

Life in “The Penh” has the good, the bad and the ugly. A combination that makes life in Cambodia very interesting, but it can send some people into despair. There is great accommodation, but at a price; there is the traffic, but it can drive foreigners mad; and there is the food, a huge variety…