At the turn of the 20th century, coffee was virtually non-existent in Vietnam. Nowadays, it is the world’s second largest exporter while its signature ‘ca phe sua da’ is gaining in popularity.
The traditional Krama scarf is worn by Cambodians of all walks of life, regardless of age, gender or social status. But more than just a fashion statement, it has a multitude of daily uses.
Topping Cambodia’s list of culinary offerings is fish amok, a deliciously flavourful dish and favourite among both locals as well as travellers.
Perhaps Saigon’s most often overlooked neighbourhood is an enclave of chic boutique clothing shops, trendy cafés and quaint European-style villas known District 2’s as Thao Dien Ward.
This time of year, many countries in East and Southeast Asia commemorate the Mid-Autumn Festival. And headlining the festivities is, of course, the ever-present mooncake.
During these times of social distancing, why not satiate your curiosity for Cambodia with our list of must-see films? Stream these cinematic masterpieces.
As the only landlocked country in Southeast Asia, Laotians depend on the Mekong as a vital source for sustenance and as a major artery for domestic transportation and trade.
Lying on the banks of Myanmar’s most prominent river, the Ayeyarwady, lies Bagan and its mystical plains of unmatched beauty, boasting over 2,000 spiritual temples and pagodas.
Recently named one of the world’s Leading Culinary Destinations, an iconic Vietnamese dish is a Hanoian specialty: Cha Ca La Vong, or Vietnamese turmeric fish with dill.
Millions flock from the countryside to Phnom Penh for the country’s most celebrated holiday of the year, Bon Om Touk, or Cambodian Water Festival.