Category: Cambodia

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Phnom Penh Adventures

Phnom Penh Adventures

Phnom Da built in the 6th century is best reached by speedboat. Cambodia’s capital city Phnom Penh has had a rough time over the last few decades with political chaos, bloody regimes and regional wars. However, since the UN-sponsored elections in 1993, the city has slowly gotten up, dusted itself off and developed into a...

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Cambodia’s Coast

Cambodia’s Coast

Cambodia’s Best (mostly) Unknown Waterfront Destinations.   For a number of reasons – marketing, Leonardo DiCaprio in The Beach, geographic jackpot, and just plain luck – Thailand is what people think about when they hear Southeast Asian beaches. But if you pan that Google Map to the left… bit more… bit more… you’ll see Cambodia,...

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The Secret Lake of Angkor

The Secret Lake of Angkor

Smiling Albino’s Cambodia team have been exploring Angkor for years, looking for more intimate and historically valuable experiences. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is by far Cambodia’s main tourist destination – drawing well over two million visitors a year. Our new discoveries, lesser-known but important sites emerging from the landscape, are becoming more appealing as...

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Online Travel Research

Online Travel Research

Online Travel Research: What’s Good, What’s Bad, and What to Avoid When Smiling Albino first came to Southeast Asia, the Internet was in its infancy. There were rudimentary blogs and pages with photo albums, but nothing even remotely resembling the selection today’s travelers have. In 2016, we are spoiled for choice. Indeed, there is actually...