Angkor Wat – Series of 5

December 16, 2010

Finally after about seven months of living in Cambodia, we took a long weekend trip up to Siem Reap to visit the Angkor Wat temple complex. I’ve edited down the many hundreds of photos to what I think are the top 5 images from the trip. There are many, many more images that I would… View Article

Water Festival, Phnom Penh, Cambodia 2010

December 3, 2010

The Cambodia Water Festival or ‘Bon Om Tuk’ in Khmer is the largest festival in the Cambodian calendar. The 3-day Water Festival in Phnom Penh celebrates the end of the rainy season and coincides with the flow of the Tonle Sap river changing direction. The highlight of the Water Festival are the boat races, where… View Article

Hanoi, Vietnam

October 17, 2010

Here are some street photography shots from the city of Hanoi. We were there when they were celebrating the 1,000th year anniversary of the city. It was a fun time to visit, but very very crowded !

Northern Vietnam – Sapa

October 15, 2010

On our very brief visit to Vietnam we visited Sapa located in the northwest. We took the overnight train from Hanoi (approx 9 hours) there and back. We spent the day exploring the town of Sapa and walking to the nearby village of Cat Cat. Here are some pictures and interesting information regarding the area… View Article

Phnom Penh National Olympic Stadium

July 10, 2010

The main stadium in Phnom Penh, it has a seating capacity of 50,000 and built in 1964. During the reign of the Khmer Rouge, the stadium was used as a site for executions by officials under the administration of Lon Nol. These days, the stadium and surrounding grounds are a popular place for morning and… View Article

Raining and flooding in Phnom Penh

July 4, 2010

So the rainy season has been a bit late this year, but last Friday Phnom Penh experienced several hours of heavy rain which caused many parts of the city to be flooded. In some spots, the depth of the water on the roads was between 30cm and 60cm. The rainy season in Cambodia is generally… View Article

Eating / Restaurants in Phnom Penh

June 30, 2010

This is an update to the first post relating to eating out in Phnom Penh which can be found here. Brown Coffee and Bakery – 5/5 Fantastic modern coffee shop with excellent coffee and pastries at reasonable prices. Set in a very elegant and stylish setting, you’ll be able to relax with freshly baked pastries,… View Article

Father and son on their fishing boat

June 23, 2010

Kep is a sleeping seaside town in South West Cambodia. During 1900 to 1960, the town of Kep was a popular resort destination for the French and Cambodian elite. It is well known for it’s seafood, especially crab and arguably has the best seafood in all of Cambodia. The town has many ruined and abandoned… View Article

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