There is no shortage of street food vendors scattered across Phnom Penh, but what is far rarer is finding a place that also has comfortable seating, good hygiene and parking.
Scrambled, fried, or . . . whipped into beer? It might not be the most conventional way to serve eggs, but a decades-old Hanoi cafe is delighting drinkers with a frothy beer cocktail that has no place on a breakfast menu.
SHEPHERDING tourists through the arches and towers of Croatia’s medieval walled city of Dubrovnik, Ivan Vukovic spends half his time leading tours of a capital that doesn’t exist – the fictional King’s Landing from Game of Thrones.
THE resplendent mansions of Bikaner once hosted royalty and wealthy merchants passing through India’s deserts with their caravans, but centuries later these bygone architectural masterpieces are crumbling.
FOR most expats, moving to a new country is a daunting experience. Transposing one’s life to a new location is difficult enough, but the added hurdles of language barriers and cultural contrasts can make the move a lot harder.
Sitting in his small production studio situated in his flat in Phnom Penh’s Boeung Tompun district, Piseth Chhourm makes small adjustments to the music that will provide the soundtrack for his soon to be released online game.
CHEN Jiuxiao puts on virtual-reality goggles and is immediately transported to a snow-covered ski slope, down which she slaloms without ever leaving Shanghai.
THE First Khmer Music and Dance Festival 2019, which opened on April 2 in the Cuu Long (Mekong) River Delta province of Soc Trang, wrapped up on Tuesday.
FOR more than 30 years bright orange “Garfield” phones have been washing up on the French coast to the bemusement of local beach cleaners, who have finally cracked the mystery behind them.
THE young man picks up a heavy wooden horn, raises it to his lips and with widened eyes and puffed cheeks starts to blow.