Celine is a student at UC Berkeley, she has often traveled to Cambodia and even conducts volunteering work in Southeast Asia. She is also active as a member of Model United Nations.
Your purse isn’t safe.
Religion for peace and serenity.
It’s a bargain-hunter’s paradise.
Sanitation can make a world of a difference.
Good food can be found anywhere in Phnom Penh, especially places hidden in a street corner.
Most of these opportunities are religion-based.
A museum, a palace, a garden, a memorial and a diamond!
Depending on the season, you can hire a driver and a tour guide for 24-hour service for as little as $60/day.
While many may not be aware, there is a long historical background behind Cambodian-Vietnamese hostility.
Hot climate can honestly make or break your experience.