The artist behind The Rubbish Project, Leang Seckon is working on a massive trash naga to unveil as the highlight of World Water Day celebrations at the FCC Angkor.
Photographer and Cambodian resident Nathan Horton captures Olympic Stadium from the ground up.
The nine-person Latin rock act from Saigon stops into the FCC Phnom Penh for one night only March 22.
Visaya's special Soul to Soul package includes a foot massage, full-body oil massage and anti-stress facial. 120 minutes/$90. For complete details or reservations call 063 760 814.
Indian born Nisha Agrawal arrived in Cambodia as country manager for the World Bank in April 2003 to find herself eventually thrust into the bank's biggest ever confrontation with the government of Cambodia over corruption.
Siem Reap -- Each morning at dawn, while sleepy tourists gather to watch the sunrise over Angkor Wat, in the nearby village of Bakong a different kind of a local crowd begins gathering at the doorstep of a humble village home.
No sooner had the battalions of Western press corps emblazoned long-lost Rochom P'nhieng onto the world's consciousness, than they forgot her.
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