|1) The Examiner, October 2013|
Head for the second-floor terrace of this renovated colonial building and enjoy cocktails while you take in some great views of the boats at the confluence of the Tonle Sap and Mekong rivers. It has a colonial ambience, Western-style food (the crab cakes are very decent for $US5.50) and Australian and New Zealand wines by the glass.
|2) News.com.au, February 2013|
We put the spotlight on eight golfing holiday destinations in Asia, where you can combine the best of south-east Asia in terms of local cuisine, hospitality, markets and golf courses that are worth going out of your way to play.
|3) Australian Financial Review, September 2009|
Founded in the tumultuous early 1990s, the Foreign Correspondents' Club is the go-to place for elegant cocktails, writes Rachel Lebihan.
|4) Hoosta Magazine, May 2009|
Design, the FCC Angkor is, but it lies in a lush tropical plant landscape that meets the clean lines and contemporary interior of this timeless hotel. 29 rooms and 2 suites raised in a particular landscape, the site of Angkor and its temples regarded as the eighth wonder of the world. Rich from the History, the FCC Angkor does not add any superfluous element in its decoration.
|5) Hoosta Magazine, May 2009|
|6) Nat Geo Traveler, March 2009|
Nat Geo Traveler visits Phnom Penh and recommends the FCC for "a meal (or a room with) a view."
|7) Dariza, February 2009|
Japanese wedding magazine
|8) South China Morning Post, January 2009|
|9) Silk Road, November 2008|
Silk Road, the in-flight magazine for Dragon Air, takes a look at hotels in Siem Reap.
|10) Fah Thai, September 2008|
DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH - Architectural icons are celebrated for their grandeur, scale or beauty. Yet, this rococo dame in Phnom Penh has been known all these years as merely "the rundown colonial building opposite the National Museum".