A hop.. a skip.. and a pub A hop – a skip – and a pub… That is exactly what street hopping in Cambodia sounds like. We are talking about the famous Pub Street at Siem Reap. Tourists flock here in herds to cool off their sweat and lose track of time. Cambodia, as you all know, is a very hot and humid country … Continue reading Here’s Why We’re Not SORRY FOR PUB HOPPING In Cambodia
Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm and more… Cambodia, the renowned Kingdom in South East Asia is known for its temples, architectural history, culture and food. Travelling to Cambodia would mean planning your itinerary well in advance. The country is so huge and so is the list of things to do, that planning a trip to the Indochina peninsula could get really overwhelming. Fret not, … Continue reading The temples of Cambodia – Part I: The Small Circuit
Of coconuts and curries… Cambodian or Khmer cuisine is a perfect blend of flavours, textures, seasoning, sauces, herbs and edible flowers. Dine at the restaurants of Cambodia and you will know that rice is clearly their staple food. It is available at every meal, accompanied by tasty curries and sides. No wonder it houses nearly 2,000 varieties of rice cultivated over generations. The oldest living … Continue reading Top 10 Food Items at Siem Reap, Cambodia
Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm – these are on top of the list of things to do in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Thus, today I’m going to write about an exciting adventure to the lesser known Kbal Spean. Honestly, too many temples and ruins in a day could have really gotten on to us, considering the heat and monotony… that’s why we decided to take a … Continue reading Hiking to “Kbal Spean” – the lesser known trail of Siem Reap!
An endless path amid the ruins I see, Sung tales of their royal glory I feel, Thoughts trigger as I sweep through the relics and lintels, What will be left of us, to the forthcoming generations to tell? As I stare at the remains of the unshakeable foundation, My heart tremors with new found emotion, Never have I felt something this way, … Continue reading What will remain of us?