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The old Kep is dead. Long live new Kep?

Sleepy Kep. Kep Sur Mer. The quiet little town on Cambodia’s coast famous for its crab market, accessible national park, and the graffitied shells of luxury 1960s villas destroyed by the Khmer Rouge. Kep, the coastal alternative to nearby Kampot, … Continue reading

The groove is in the art at Phnom Penh galleries

The capital’s contemporary art scene is on a roll — and it’s a far cry from apsaras and sunrise over Angkor Wat As the city’s cultural venues burst into post-pandemic life, a spate of new gallery openings and a burgeoning … Continue reading

Bar-hopping Phnom Penh’s Bassac Quarter

After a year or so in the doldrums Phnom Penh bars are back in business, and nowhere more so than in the laneways around Street 308 between Norodom and Sothearos Boulevards not far from the Independence Monument. Not only has … Continue reading

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