Publication date 09 December 2019 | 14:01 | ICT
Thmor Da Teuk Chha Keat Kheng is the only agritourism resort in Kampong Cham that features a zoo that’s home to wildlife such as turtles, crocodiles, storks, grey herons, wood-storks, bears, and ostriches.
Publication date 06 December 2019 | 13:51 | ICT
About 5km from the residential village of Norng Hai, in Seda commune, Lumphat district, in Ratanakkiri province, and concealed by a dense forest, lay the picturesque sight of the Yeak Aom-Yeak Kra lakes or twin lakes, as the locals
Publication date 04 December 2019 | 21:51 | ICT
On at typical day, 43-year-old Ngin Bean goes to work at the rubber plantation on his old but reliable motorbike. On some occasions though, Bean takes his bike off the beaten track to the hidden lakes of Yeak Aom and Yeak Kra.
Publication date 04 December 2019 | 20:59 | ICT
Vaulted ceilings and rows of stone columns stretch into the humid darkness deep below the Philippine capital, where workers are transforming a more than century old underground reservoir into a draw for tourists.
Publication date 04 December 2019 | 20:54 | ICT
In the heart of disputed Western Sahara, a former garrison town has become an unlikely tourist magnet after kitesurfers discovered the windswept desert coast was perfect for their sport.
Publication date 01 December 2019 | 21:04 | ICT
“It’s like getting stabbed,” a tourist exclaims as he plunges into the 3 degree Celsius water, all under the intrigued gaze of a group of penguins.
Publication date 29 November 2019 | 12:24 | ICT
Airavata Traditional Indigenous Village is a recreated indigenous village of the Brao people which opened two months ago. It was established to show the heritage of the minorities in the village.
Publication date 28 November 2019 | 16:12 | ICT
Not far from Krong Kampong Cham, Mony Park is a tourist destination that invites all visitors to enjoy eating local fare.
Publication date 27 November 2019 | 22:59 | ICT
From the people to its culture, Cambodia and Indonesia share lots of similarities that make tourists from both countries feel at home in each others’ land.
Publication date 27 November 2019 | 21:52 | ICT
Walking from village to village to sell her produce to earn her livelihood, Kang Kachael, an indigenous woman from the Brao tribe, carries a “ka pha” (dilly bag) on her back with an assortment of seasonal vegetables.