Volume 3 No.3: (March, 2003)
Chinese Temples

Throughout Cambodia's terror-ridden history, it is faith that has given many Khmers the courage to live on. More than 90 percent of Khmers practice Buddhism, with Mahayana Buddhism highly esteemed by ... Read More.

Where There's Water,There's FI...

Cambodia may be one of the most economically poor countries in the world, but it is rich with natural resources and clever people ready to turn even the most meager meal into a feast fit for a king. ... Read More.

Cambodia Play Host To A Court ...

King Norodom Sihanouk and Queen Monineath are not the only royalties to hold court in Cambodia. The country's selection of tropical fruits also keeps a court of its own; with the durian a revered king... Read More.

Unspoken Codes Of Cambodian Co...

Whether it is one’s culture, style or history, one man’s meat can be another man’s poison. What may seem acceptable elsewhere in the world may raise eyebrows here in Cambodia. So whe... Read More.

Things People Do To Themselves

Cambodia's rich culture is speckled with a long list of customs that make it distinctive from neighboring countries. Even the simplest acts-like caring for one's body, doing household chores, and prep... Read More.

The Khmer Kroma

Beneath the warm Cambodian sun, a person's productivity relies heavily upon the suitability of one's dress. Since little is accomplished in blisteringly hot clothes, Khmer people for generations have ... Read More.

Places Of Interest In KAMPOT

Dear Leisure, We read your article last month concerning the province of Kampot and its sisterhood with Kyonggi of South Korea. It prompted my three friends and I, who were here visiting from Austral... Read More.

VANN NATH Lives To Tell His St...

Some people are just born lucky. Others wake up to a long road of misfortune. In Cambodian culture, it is believed that one's luck is determined by the good deeds they have performed in previous lives... Read More.

What's Up

As more travelers swarm into Cambodia to enjoy the country's warm blue skies and welcoming people, Minister of Tourism Veng Sereyvuth will fly out of the country this month for a chilly whirlwind tour... Read More.

What's The Doctor Says

Travelers to Cambodia are often concerned about mosquito-borne diseases such as Malaria and the dreaded Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever. Here are some facts about the two illnesses. Malaria Malaria is intr... Read More.

Agricultural Tourism

Agricultural Tourism Agricultural tourism is a world-wide trend which offers city dwellers a chance to escape urban concrete and re-discover their rural roots. Agricultural tourism is a relatively ne... Read More.

Turning Rations Into Riches

While most tourists visit Phnom Penh, the heart of Cambodia rests outside the capital. Close to 9.7 million Khmers live in the rural provinces, many farming the land on which they live. Approximately ... Read More.

In Honor of Living A Few Words...

"Adventure: an event out of the ordinary without being necessarily extraordinary…. For the most banal event to become an adventure you must (and this is enough) begin to recount it.... But you ... Read More.