Movetocambodia.com was created as a means to help new expats settle in to the Kingdom of Wonder. The book and site offer information about the country, plus practical advice to help plan your move, find a job, and handle the challenges of day-to-day living in Cambodia.
The book and site were written by Lina Goldberg, a freelance writer based in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, Cambodia, who specializes in food, travel, and culture. She has contributed to publications including CNN Travel, Lonely Planet, VICE, Wall Street Journal, South China Morning Post, and BBC Travel.
You can read more of her work at blog.linagoldberg.com.
The design comes from Durable Goods, aka Frances Duncan and Dan O. Williams. They specialize in the planning, art direction, and design of websites, books, and ebooks and are based in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts. Frances’ favorite memories of Cambodia include pattern, texture, sun, peppercorns, iced coffees, galangal and lemongrass, talking with two little kids next to a tuk tuk beside an ancient temple, power lines, “lady you buy something,” hot wind, cold beer, and pork and rice.
- Move to Cambodia review, Phnom Penh Advisor
- The Kingdom’s Wonders Unmasked, Phnom Penh Post
- Move to Cambodia, AsiaLife Magazine
Move to Cambodia accepts direct advertising and third-party advertising through Google. We do not accept paid links. We mark all links relating to advertising “nofollow” per Google’s policies. We are affiliates for a few companies, and try to disclose this fact when we link to them. The companies we are affiliates for are: Agoda, Booking.com, HotelsCombined, BookMeBus, and World Nomads. We are also customers of these brands! We do not offer editorial content or reviews in exchange for freebies and generally try to avoid them.
Most guides do not stay in the hotels that they review. They view a room for five minutes, leave, and write 10 to 20 hotel reviews in a single day. Whenever possible, we stay in the hotels we review. However, this means that we sometimes accept freebies or take advantage of media rates, because a site as small as Move to Cambodia can’t afford some of the higher-end places that we’d like to review. On the very rare occasion that we do accept a freebie, we disclose it. We understand that trust is important, and we really only give positive reviews to places and companies that we think are great. Generally, we don’t bother including places that are sub-par in our guides anyway, but if we got a freebie and the place was terrible, we wouldn’t give them a phony positive review.
We understand that the lines can get blurred because we often ask our favorite companies if they would like to advertise on Move to Cambodia, which then means we have reviews or content related to our advertisers on the site. If you have any questions about our policies about advertising, freebies, or partner companies, please feel free to drop us a line.