For a band that plays Khmer wedding hits from 50 years ago, The Cambodia Space Project makes for a peculiar flag-bearer of avant garde Cambodian rock. But the tripped-out 60s psychedelia that defined the country’s golden era of music — … Continue reading
Roland Joffe, the director of “The Killing Fields,” is back in Phnom Penh to promote his new book, “Phnom Penh Noir.” Mr Joffe will hold a book launch Friday at The FCC Phnom Penh. The Cambodia Daily has more.
Posted November 30, 2012, in Uncategorized
Tagged Roland Joffe
The FCC Angkor just received a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence. TripAdvisor is proud to congratulate FCC Angkor on earning the prestigious 2012 Certificate of Excellence award. Our travellers consistently commend your property with the highest praise, and we recognise … Continue reading
Posted May 24, 2012, in Propaganda, Siem Reap
Tagged Trip Advisor
Phnom Penh-based photographer John Vink, who shoots for Magnum Photos, has just released a new iPad app exploring Cambodian land issues. Vink, a Belgian national who has documented Cambodia for more than a decade, says the ‘Quest for Land’ app … Continue reading
Posted May 23, 2012, in Photography
Supabad, the James Brown-inspired funk band from Bangkok, likes it ‘loud, hard and dirty’. They will return to the FCC Phnom Penh later this year.
Posted May 5, 2012, in Music, Nightlife, Phnom Penh
The new Café Fresco Sunway in Toul Kok does afternoon activities for kids every Saturday. Read the full story.
Posted May 4, 2012, in Dining, Food
Tagged afternoons, fun, Kids, saturdays
Phil Manning is bringing his unique blend of front-porch guitar blues to Phnom Penh. Manning will play The FCC Phnom Penh on June 29 and 30. Phnom Penh, once a sleepy outpost along the Mekong River, has in recent years … Continue reading
Posted April 18, 2012, in Music, Nightlife, Phnom Penh
In recent weeks Cafe Fresco has opened two new locations, one on the first floor of Canadia Tower, and the second at the Phnom Penh International Airport. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by.
Posted March 12, 2012, in Uncategorized
Tagged Cafe Fresco
There appears to be a burgeoning class of oyster consumer in Phnom Penh. Lina has the dish. You’ll forgive me for not immediately realising that Phnom Penh is an oyster town. It’s not next to the sea and there doesn’t … Continue reading
Posted January 25, 2012, in Food, Phnom Penh