Posts by: kristin

WTM World Responsible Tourism Day is a global day of action, encouraging tourism stakeholders to help drive change by encouraging more responsible behavior within the tourism industry and travelling public. The World Travel Market is held in London each year – this year from 8-10 November – and is the world’s largest travel and tourism […]

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Run to bring artificial limb for land mine survivors Save Youth from HIV/AIDS!

The 16th Angkor Wat International Half Marathon will be held 4 December 2011, and the 6th Angkor Wat Bike Race will be held on the 3rd December 2011.

The deadline for registration will be on 17 Nov. 2011.  There will be […]

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Local Travel Movement

On November 1, 2011 By

We are very excited that Soria Moria have partnered up with the Local Travel Movement!

The Local Travel Movement is a not for profit platform started by people from companies founded on a passion for Local Travel and commitment to Local Travel values.

Why not take a moment to check out their website and […]

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Beach holiday in Cambodia

On October 7, 2011 By

Cambodia’s beaches are often neglected in favor of Thailand’s. But slowly, surely, the country’s idyllic islands and shining white sands are becoming known to the world’s beach lovers. According to a recent article by CNNGo (26.9.11), there are five beaches that really stand out, and match up to anything its more popular neighbors have […]

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Looking to make a difference on your next trip? Try, an online guide designed for eco-minded travelers. Previously a guidebook, the new site hones in on over 185 carefully vetted, sustainable travel experiences in Cambodia, Laos, Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, and China’s Yunnan and Guangxi provinces.

This issue of  Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia […]

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Siem Reap weather update!

On September 25, 2011 By

Siem Reap Weather Update – September and October 2011!


Current Situation: Thursday 27 October 2011


The last week have been nice and sunny, and all tourist areas are open as usual. Flooding in Bangkok has no impact on  Siem Reap town, but we recommend visitors traveling by land from Bangkok, to check conditions […]

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Siem Reap’s magnificent seven.

On September 21, 2011 By

After a hard day of temple-touring in Siem Reap, remember that a cocktail (or several) are never far away. Whether you’re a Cosmopolitan Pink Lady, or more of a Martini Harvey Wallbanger, almost every watering hole in town purveys a few choice concoctions. The Phnom Penh Post’s 7Days magazine scoured the city, tried them all, […]

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In this article from i-studentsadvisor, Kristin Hansen, from Norway, talks about her study of both business and hospitality in Australia, and how this has helped her to develop a business within the hospitality industry in Siem Reap, Cambodia. A Pdf vesrsion of the article is available here: an-interview-with-a-boutique-hotel-owner_iht_2011_vol_7. The whole magazine is available online […]

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A big thanks to ChildSafe International!!

The ChildSafe Network is building a protective environment for children, especially street children, to safeguard them from dangers. The local and international community – especially businesses, families and key community leaders, as well as travelers – are involved. They train key people to keep […]

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