International chefs, creative bartenders and local and international artists, they all contribute to making Siem Reap what is it today.
What I found the most shocking about this life on water tough is the fact that the water is used for EVERYTHING. And I mean everything: from drinking to cooking to washing to other human needs. There are continuous efforts to bring drinking water into these villages but until then life goes on as it had always been…
Angkor, the largest metropolis in the world at its time, was built to represent Mount Meru, the ancient abode of Hindu Gods
Phnom Penh – between the Pearl of the Orient and the horrors of the Khmer Rouge. Today an eclectic mix of old and new, Khmer and French influence