Renowned French photographer and installation artist Georges Rousse brings 12 of his trademark images, including two created in Phnom Penh, to the French Cultural Center.
Marking a shift away from tradition, a new breed of Vietnamese artists are shunning the old ways and embracing media long considered off limits.
Teams from Cambodia and Vietnam played 54 holes at the Angkor Golf Resort in what organizers say will be an annual event.
Sample the new scrumptious Asian lunch special from Chow, with wine. Only $8. See the menu.
During the month of October take 10% off the FCC Angkor's Temple Freshner, a 3-day, 2-night package to the temples of Angkor with pampering from Visaya Spa.
Stay 2 nights in a Panorama Suite at The Quay with airport transfer, sparkling wine for 2 on arrival, and meals at Chow, the FCC and Pacharan. All for just US$375 per couple. For more details visit The Quay web site.
Happy Hour at The Quay from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Enjoy half-priced juices and cocktails and $1 Tiger Draft beer. Rooftop open to the public.
Tourism industry leaders have applauded the launch of the "Cambodia: World of Wonder" advertising campaign to promote the country.
Kim Hak says his drawings on banyan leaves require a little more preparation but the results are more than worth the time and trouble.
Traditional hand-painted signs live on in the Kingdom as one artist works against time and technology to preserve the beauty of the old ways.
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