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3 weeks traveling solo in Cambodia

From local markets and nightlife to studying the Cambodian Genocide, rich Angkor history and temples, here’s a look inside what makes Cambodia so unique. 

Cambodia Genocide

The Khmer Rouge is responsible for the deaths of 1.7 to 3 million innocent Cambodians in 1975-1979. They targeted the educated, elite, doctors, lawyers and teachers. 

Cambodian Cuisine πŸ•

Dog is a growing new  trend on the outskirts of Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. 

Village Life in Cambodia

Who else likes to stay in a traditional village to learn more about the local culture, language and history? Here’s a look inside a village outside Angkor Wat! 

Cambodia’s Vibrant Nightlife

Cambodian Circus 

Rooftop Lounge 

Cocktail Flair Carts

Lady Boy Bars


Cambodia Silk Farm

Silk Island is a must see while you’re in Phnom Penh, if you want to learn more about the ancient  art of silk making, that stems from a moth! 

Kep aka Crab Town

Kep Cambodia is home to the famous Crab Market, but today it’s just Crabby weather here!

KEP Crab Market

When you travel solo you just got to go with the flow. After a torrential downpour, I finally made it to the famous Kep Crab Market!

Street Tour of Siem Reap

While Siem reap is home to beautiful ancient Temples, it also has a thriving nightlife and food scene. 

Luxury in Cambodia

When you travel by yourself for 3 weeks, you deserve 5 star treatment. I stopped into the Try Palace Resort in Kep Cambodia for 3 days of much needed R&R.

Udong Temple

Moto trip to the stunning Udong Temple, about an hour from Phnom Penh.