In this new series, I look at forgotten slices of Asian history, and examine the people and events that helped to make them unique. We begin with the story of Weihaiwei
How Chef Luu Meng and Malis Siem Reap are bringing Cambodian cuisine back to life
Simon Ostheimer
Meet longtime Phnom Penh resident Andy Brouwer, who has assembled one of the country's largest private collections of English books on the 'Kingdom of …
Simon Ostheimer
In our ongoing search for the best hotels in Cambodia, we pay a visit to the Rosewood Phnom Penh, which occupies the top floors of the capital's iconic…
Simon Ostheimer
The only reason Siem Reap exists is because of Angkor, but there's so much more to do besides wandering through ruins (like admiring my '80s movie insp…
Simon Ostheimer
Welcome to the first of a new series, where we examine Cambodia's best hotels, look at the pros and cons of staying, and introduce the all-important cl…
Simon Ostheimer
Like every good story, this one of Battambang has a beginning, middle and end. In the final part we bike through the countryside, visit the airport, an…
Simon Ostheimer
Like a palm tree, Battambang doesn't seem to have much at first, but then you look up and discover a world of riches. In Part 2 we find trains, temples…
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