Christian Science Monitor
Travel: A visit to a Cambodian pepper plantation
A Cambodian worker in a traditional headscarf hoes among the pepper towers at Starling Farms pepper plantation near Kampot, Cambodia.
Mon May 13, 2013
Rota volunteers learn from Cambodia trip
DOHA: It was a life changing experience for the female volunteers who recently returned from a trip to Cambodia organised by Reach Out To Asia .
Tue May 07, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Cruises: Voyages of discovery
Just a short hop across the Tasman, a cruise on Australia's Murray River will show you sights you'd never imagined seeing in Oz.
Royal official handling press charter won damages over reporter's SAS claim
Queen's private secretary Sir Christopher Geidt won high court libel action against John Pilger and Central TV in 1991 John Pilger, pictured, was sued in 1991 by A Christopher Geidt and another army officer, resulting in substantial damages and costs.
Mon May 06, 2013
Luxury Travel in Vietnam and Cambodia on the Rise.
Fifteen years ago, Vietnam's emerald checker board of lush paddy fields, meandering bays and city rivers crammed with floating markets used to be best suited to backpackers.
Sat May 04, 2013
Manatee High grad's blog from Cambodia on Bradenton.com: 'Bradenton...
"Bradenton is my home, but Cambodia has my heart," McNesky said last week from Phnom Penh, where the 2009 Manatee High School graduate arrived in March to teach English.
Thu May 02, 2013
The Unplugged Island
As our boat putts away from the Cambodian coastline, Rabbit Island life begins to take shape in the distance.
Cleveland Daily Banner
Change in Cambodia
Submitted Photo THOUSANDS OF CAMBODIAN children are fed monthly through the work of People for Care and Learning which is training Cambodians to help themselves by "Inspiring Hope ... Empowering Potential," which is a PCL theme in the Southeast Asian country.
Wed May 01, 2013
Thousands of workers in Cambodia march for pay rise on Int'l Labor Day
About 5,000 Cambodian workers took to the street on Wednesday to mark the International Labor Day, calling for pay rise, better labor conditions and decrease in petrol prices, a union representative said.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Machu Picchu to Stonehenge: World's most incredible ancient ruins seen from space
With so many ancient ruins built along astronomical alignments, there is little doubt that their architects were keen observers of the stars.
City Life Chiang Mai
The Curiosities of Cambodiana
How many journalists have been assaulted by North Korean bodyguards while conducting a video interview with a king in a country far from Pyongyang? In 1997, in Siem Reap, Cambodia - a nation that normally provides a far more hospitable reception to foreign media than the frosty atmosphere and total censorship of North Korea - it happened to me.
More to Cambodia than Angkor Wat
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Mon Apr 29, 2013
20 most beautiful World Heritage Sites
You heard of the two guys who recently opted in to a two-year, $1.5 million holiday? These are some of the sights they'll be privy to.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Phnom Penh: Foreign Grocery Friday: The Feel Good Ice Cream of Cambodia
When we travel, one of our favorite things to do is to pop into a local grocery store and check out the food products and candies we'd never find anywhere else.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Phnom Penh: What Not To Do In Phnom Penh: The Top 5 Tourist Mistakes
This whole week we're highlighting our time in Phnom Penh , Cambodia, complete with recommendations on what to do.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
$1.5m holiday the most expensive ever?
IT will take two years and cost a staggering $1.5 million, but one lucky traveller is about to embark on a very memorable trip.
Entertainment Gaming betting on success of new club in Poipet
Entertainment Gaming Asia, a leading company focused on emerging gaming markets in Asia, has announced the grand opening of Dreamworld Club in the Cambodian border town of Poipet on May 9. Dreamworld Club, strategically located at one of Cambodia's most significant border crossings with Thailand, is a standalone slot hall constructed as an ... (more)
Sun Apr 21, 2013
News from around the Asia Pacific region, April 22.
Hotel industry and travel news from around the Asia Pacific region; this week: Guangzhou 72-hours visa free, new airline for Cambodia, Meritus goes Riau and more.... New Airline to Launch in Cambodia A new airline is set to launch in Cambodia, with the commencement of Cambodia Airlines later this year.
Cooperation key at Preah Vihear, whatever ICJ decides
Few matters of international importance have captivated national attention in Thailand quite like the televised contest over the Preah Vihear temple area at the International Court of Justice last week.