Glorious rooftop pools meet Gourmet Burgers, as Frazer finds out what Okay Boutique has to offer.
Phnom Penh cries out for green areas of beauty amongst the urban jungle. One such hidden gem, is Love Park on Diamond Island.
It’s that time of year again: the Phnom Penh Players’ Christmas Panto is here! (No it isn’t! Yes it is!) We caught up the cast, writer and directors to find out what to expect from this year’s show. What’s It All About? If you’re bored of hearing the same old fairytales, you’re in for a…
Frazer Vs Burger returns with a Phnom Penh Vegetarian special at Roots N Burgers in the Russian Market area.
In parts of Asia, being gay can still be a death sentence. This week-long programme of films and documentaries explores the region’s progress and challenges in depth.
What’s more Christmassy than pottering around a market, hot chocolate (or something stronger) in hand, searching for presents while grazing delicious comfort food?
With Diamond Moon Festival kicking off, Frazer headed over early to grab a Burger from Lucky Burger to fuel up.
Thanksgiving day is about to descend upon various Western food haunts across Phnom Penh.
Winner of last year’s Canadian Comedy Awards Brian Aylward makes his third trip to Cambodia, to headline a show at the DPA Theatre.
Frazer visits Mama’s New York Deli to try the Patty Melt from Burger Corner.
The Flicks Cinema hosts a week of exciting new films from all over the globe, from 20th-26th November.
Cloud’s monthly hip hop nights are legendary in Phnom Penh, but the next two events take it up a notch with the chance to paint trippy virtual street art.