What About You
Why do so many websites have an unreasonable amount of space dedicated to “about us”, when it should be about you. Let us deal with us. We are a group of expats plus local Khmers who have gotten together to help you with information about all things Cambodian. We are here to answer any questions you want to ask us.
Our meet and greet service for those who enjoy having someone do the “heavy lifting” so that you can realx and enjoy yourself.
Or you might just need some information about something. We are pleased to help, with anything we can.
As a matter of interest in our group we have, Scots, Thais, Australians, Americans and obviously quite a few Cambodians.
Our experience covers a mulitude of skills. Hospitality, hotel management, tuk tuk drivers, bar staff, educators, musicians, graphic designers, web designers, farmers, students, bankers, travelers, social workers.
However, our focus is making your trip to Cambodia truly awesome.
The 2 sections below cover the most common questions. Click on any subject you need more information about.
Below that, is a collection of our posts. They are quite random – you never know what might interest you.
Our Blogs Are
Phnom Penh to Battambang Cyclebodia takes you on a journey from Phnom Penh to Battambang via Kampong Chhnang. When you start early Phnom Penh is
Phnom Penh to Poipet If you fancy a different mode of travel between Phnom Penh to Poipet on the Cambodian-Thai border, then you might consider
Cambodian Ceremonies | Matches, Hatches and Dispatches Of all the Khmer ceremonies; births, weddings and deaths are the ones a visitor to Cambodia is most
Cambodia’s Recent Past Knowing and understanding Cambodias recent past is essential to truly immerse yourself in your adventure. This is a personal view from Warwick’s
Amazing and Alluring Tonle Bati Not far from Phnom Penh is Tonle Bati, which is a lake popular with locals who go there to enjoy
Getting To Know You
A few minutes invested now, means that we can discover how we can match you to an awesome adventure in Cambodia with it’s ancient Khmer culture and modern outlook.
From a bucket list visit to Angkor Wat to eating at some of the best fusion restaurants in Asia. From a Singapore Sling at Raffles to exotic drinks at a cocktail bus by the river.