Tag: cambodia

  • Balancing East And West, Part 2: An Insight Into Cambodia and Vietnam

    Balancing East And West, Part 2: An Insight Into Cambodia and Vietnam

    To read Part 1 of our travelogue please visit: http://thetastemaker.org/balancing-east-and-west-part-1-an-insight-into-cambodia-and-vietnam/ Stop 4: Ho Chi Minh City Up in the sky is very different from life on the ground in Ho Chi Minh City. If you’ve read our Part 1 of the travelogue you will have read how overwhelmed we were […]

     
  • Balancing East And West, Part 1: An Insight Into Cambodia and Vietnam

    Balancing East And West, Part 1: An Insight Into Cambodia and Vietnam

    There are two kinds of Cambodia and Vietnam that exist. One type – a symptom of a developing country – unashamedly feasts off the tourist honeypots that saturate the respective countries. The other is a proud, respectful and beautiful culture that thrives independently from the masses of tourists. Remarkably, both […]

     
  • Knai Bang Chatt, Kep, Cambodia

    Knai Bang Chatt, Kep, Cambodia

    Kep is Cambodia’s answer to the Cote d’Azur. In fact, Kep originally came to prominence in 1908 as a seaside retreat for the French elite, followed by a resurgence in popularity in the 1960s for well-to-do Cambodians. Now, with myriad assets to its name (such as the Kep National Park, […]

     
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  • Travellers Guide to Coffee South East Asia

    Travellers Guide to Coffee South East Asia

    Keurig who provides beverage brewing systems for workplace and commercial use, are the #1 single-cup brand in North America. Here they take a look at coffee in South East Asia, and provide every traveller with a must know guide. Coffee has been grown and consumed in Southeast Asia since the […]