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Cambodia Travel Guide

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Cambodia’s New Look

In the aftermath of the Khmer Rouge, T+L revisits Cambodia, now transformed by its own shocking history.

World's Best Cities: Siem Reap, Cambodia

The Trip Long the gateway to Angkor’s 12th-century Khmer ruins, Siem Reap has evolved from a cluster of riverfront villages in northwestern Cambodia into a...

Phnom Penh: Where to Go

Phnom Penh—long known as a mere stopover for travelers to ancient Angkor—is now brimming with stylish new hot spots.

Vietnam Builds Coastal Road Link to Cambodia and Thailand

eTurbo News |  According to Vietnamese media sources, construction will begin next month on
a 220-km long coastal road in the Mekong Delta as part of...

High Stakes Golf in Cambodia

It was me against the army. Guess who won?

Phnom Penh Now

After the horrors of the Khmer Rouge, a nation and its people respectfully move on. Ian Buruma finds new stories and ancient beauty in the...

Best New Cruise Ships

Of the dozen of new ships coming in 2012 and 2013, there’s one for every type of traveler.

Ask T+L: Evacuation Insurance, Holiday Rentals, Cambodia, Native Crafts

Q: I’ve recently started taking more adventure trips. Should I sign up for a medical-emergency transportation program the next time I go? —Ed Hastings, Evanston,...

Global Vision Awards 2012

To determine this year’s standard-bearers for responsible tourism, we scoured the globe—from a private island in Cambodia to a Peruvian village on the verge of...

6 Fashion Trailblazers

For these six fashionable trailblazers, inspiration knows no boundaries. They tell us about the places that fuel their creativity, in Ethiopia, Cartagena—and beyond.
HOTELS

Song Saa Private Island

An ultra-luxe resort of eight overwater bungalows that’s providing a template for responsible development in Cambodia. Constructed using regional bamboo, vines, and recycled materials and... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Foreign Correspondents' Club

One of the more pleasant places to eat on the Quay is the Foreign Correspondents’ Club (FCC), a lovely colonial-style building that is neither a club nor a place to find many foreign... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Ta Prohm

Don't miss the magnificent, unrestored Ta Prohm ruins at Angkor, overgrown with the gnarly roots of strangler figs and silk cotton trees. more ›


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