This place is gorgeous! And to think it was not on my ‘to visit’ list last time we went to Bokor Mountains! Thankfully, some Khmer relatives insisted we check it out. It was so foggy and misty when we visited adding to the wet and eerie feeling on some of my photos.
Last time I blogged about a Phnom Penh spa was way back in 2013 and I featured Champei Spa in St. 57. I mentioned there that I don’t have a favorite spa yet here in Phnom Penh. Hmm. Almost two years have passed and yes, I’ve been visiting different spas in all that time. After […]
If you ask me where to get the best waffles here in Phnom Penh, this Korean chain, Caffe Bene will be on top of my list. my fave. plain waffles.. Yes, their waffles are just to die for and passed my super picky daughter’s taste test. LOL.
This cafe has a special place in our hearts err tummies. Really. We love Blue Pumpkin (FB page) not only because its delicious but its a homegrown Cambodia brand! We like supporting ‘Made in Cambodia’ so yes, we often visit this place. From its simple beginnings in Siem Reap, Blue Pumpkin now has shops in Phnom […]
Hoohah! Yup, I’m blogging about a mall. I’m going to write 500 + words about a mall. Fancy that! I am not even a mall rat! Even while living before in the Philippines where malls are just everywhere, I wasn’t into malls that much, there are even times I abhor the presence of malls as they contribute […]
Spotted Chairman Mao at bubble tea shop – Koi Cambodia. Where? Their branch in Mao Tse Tung Blvd. That wall decal is quite cool, noh? Koi Cambodia is massively popular with the younger set here. My daughter loves it, I’m starting to wonder if there is some potion in there. It tastes quite good though. […]
One of the things I find really great about Kep Cambodia is the presence of many unique boutique resorts with lots of greenery, quiet and relaxing ambiance and lots of space. Yes, I crave space. Hence my preference for this quaint little seaside town. Sure, Sihanoukville has more choices when it comes to swimming areas, food and […]
I love the blog post title. Wat Walls. Snapshot of the very ornate walls of Wat Ounalom. Wats (Pagodas) here in Cambodia usually have really heavily decorated walls. One thing that I find beautiful and extra fascinating when visiting wats. This is an entry to my Cambodia Snapshots series as well as Wordless Wednesday and […]