Beyond the hedonism: the hostel chain’s Comms Director Claire Casher explains the mission behind the scenes of Asia’s biggest hostel chain.
Club Love is something of an institution in BKK1, pulling in huge crowds of locals, expats and travellers every night of the week.
Absurdist theatre is coming to Phnom Penh, with a series of four short plays exploring the darker side of human nature – and what pushes us to violence.
Discover the Khmer cuisine with a guided food tour in Phnom Penh. Taste your way through local Cambodian delights.
The legendary Khmer architect Vann Molyvann, designer of the Independence Monument, Chatomuk Theatre and Olympic Stadium, passed away this morning at his home in Siem Reap.
Cambodia’s first female punk singer might look sweeter than coconut rice pudding, but you do not want to get on the wrong side of her.
At this fabulous Melbourne-style cafe, in the heart of Russian Market, you can eat your way towards a fairer Cambodia.
Two inspiring young Cambodian artists take us on a vibrant tour of graffiti in the capital.
We catch up with acclaimed graffiti artist, Alias 2.0 about his exhibition at META House.
Director Davy Chou brings his critically acclaimed feature film Diamond Island to META HOUSE for a special screening and Q&A.
“This is real soul music. This moves you. This is genuine. That’s all I’ve been looking for in life.”
Something special is happening on April 7th. Khmer art is finally taking that step of progress that is long overdue.