Malis Restaurant, Siem Reap.

Whilst Cambodian cuisine has a rich and varied history, many traditional recipes were sadly lost as a result of the horrific loss of life and destruction of books during the Khmer Rouge era. With no one able to pass on family traditions and recipes, this traditional way of cooking was lost until recent years when…

Belmiros Pizza and Subs, Siem Reap.

Siem Reap would not be quite the same without the weekly Facebook updates from Tyler, the owner of Belmiros, informing everyone of their upcoming specials and I always look forward to seeing what eclectic dishes he has in store for us. From guilty pleasures like Chicago Deep Dish Stuffed Pizza or Spicy “PB&J” Chicken Wings to Portuguese…

The Best Cafes in Siem Reap

Siem Reap has no shortage of great cafes where you can enjoy expertly made coffees, fresh juices and the type of home cooked food that long (or short) term travellers and expats come to crave over time. Here, in no particular order, is a round up of my personal favourites. The Hive Located on the outskirts of the…

Helicopters Cambodia – Taking a Helicopter Ride Over The Temples

There are many ways to see the temples at Angkor; from tuk tuk or taxi, to cycling ( here is a friends post on her excellent Grasshopper Adventures bike tour) as well as Jeeps and even Vespa’s. The ultimate way to see the temples however, must surely be by helicopter which is what I was lucky enough to…