A charming and walkable place to recuperate after steamy days exploring Angkor Wat.
Katrina Lobley enjoys the finer things at a colonial classic before exploring Angkor Wat.
This island takes luxury to a new level, but you won't find it in one of the usual places in the Pacific or Asia.
Join our south-east Asia correspondent and a war historian on this unique journey through Vietnam and Cambodia.
A small Cambodian settlement has managed to survive bombing raids, the Khmer Rouge and severe flooding. No wonder it's been dubbed ''the lucky village''.
Perform an Australian dance? There are few requests guaranteed to provoke more laughs – but sometimes you just have to go with the flow.
Take an afternoon and stroll and shop this arts and culture precinct.
From ancient temples of Angkor Wat to the bustle of Phnom Penh, Cambodia is a country in transformation. Reeling from footprints left by the Khmer Rouge, this is an inspiring place that draws the real traveller at heart. Enjoy cocktails and dine on crabs seaside in Kep, explore local villages and temples in river-side Kampot or find a bargain on the local markets in town. There is something for everyone.