My Phnom Penh Top 5

Expats living in exotic destinations like Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh enjoy when our families and friends visit as we get the chance to show them exactly why we love our new home so much. In the decade since I moved here I have perfected my role as a tour guide with an itinerary of the best sights to visit, cool places to explore and favourite haunts that I want my guests to see. If they’re only staying for a day or two then I have an essential list of things for us to do.

Enjoying a Better Life for Less in “The Kingdom of Wonder”

Even 11 years ago, when I first arrived in the Cambodian beach town of Sihanoukville, everything I was looking for in an expat destination was here. Beautiful beaches with warm water and shaded, sandy coves. The costs were low (and still are) and the more people discover this once-hidden gem, the better it gets. I’m now spoiled for choice when it comes to dining out, with top-notch restaurants, bustling bars and quirky cafes to choose from...

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