Bordering Thailand, Laos and Vietnam, Cambodia has some serious competition in the tourist market. Yet in recent years the South-East Asian country has been growing its reputation as a must-visit destination.
Emerging from a dark period of war and revolution Cambodia has been steadily establishing itself on the world-stage again, with tourists flocking to absorb the rich culture on offer. Stunning temples, island hot-spots and a friendly people are abundant to those that make the journey.
For many their first encounter with Cambodia is Phnom Penh, the Kingdom’s capital. And it can be a startling first-impression; bustling and chaotic, Phnom Penh throws everything at you and invites you into the fold. We got in touch with Ruby Cray, a teacher who now calls Phnom Penh home, to get the run down on this cool and alluring city. Read on for a few of her recommendations!
对于首次接触柬埔寨的很多人来说是首都金边。第一印象可能是一个令人惊讶的; 繁华和混乱的融合，金边向你公开一切，并热情邀请你来做客。 我们与现在称金边家园的老师Ruby Cray保持了联系，让她在这个迷人的城市中探索。 请阅读她的一些建议！
Taipei is a city that does things its own way. Drawing on Japanese, Chinese and American influences, the capital of Taiwan is an eclectic city which has developed an identity distinctly its own. Sprawling night markets, fantastic shopping and quirky youth culture are underpinned by an exceedingly friendly people, eager to share with you their city. Be prepared to eat your way through its narrow streets and discover a city built with care and passion.
Wondering who we’re setting you up with? We’ll be shedding the light on our travel providers & experiences from across the globe. You’ll be able to learn a little more about the people behind the business and our matches for you. You’ll discover who, what, where and why of the best massages in Melbourne, uncovering the energy of Hong Kong, seeing great art in Shanghai, the beating heart of Kuala Lumpur’s cool spots and beyond. We’re taking you behind the scenes of our #chozunones.
We booked you in for a table for two with Cavin Khoo, the restaurant owner of Mamalee, which undoubtedly puts the M into Malaysian food.
While Bulgaria might not yet appear on many people’s must-visit lists when looking at a European vacation – it should! It’s an up-and-coming destination with a lot of hidden gems to discover – Bulgaria has something for everyone. We reveal some of our top insider tips for different types of travelers.
Plenty of outdoor activities await adventurers in Bulgaria here’s a couple of our highlights.
The Pirin National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it’s not hard to see why – trek the diverse landscapes covering over 40,000 ha to enjoy limestone mountain landscapes with glacial lakes, waterfalls, caves and predominantly coniferous forests. You can find some mountain huts surrounded by stunning scenery to stay in as well as some quaint little guesthouses.
chozun 途赞 celebrated far more than Christmas this week! With so many exciting things to celebrate around the world, here’s a snapshot of our #chozunaday.
Celebrated: Boxing Day
Place: Victoria, Australia (and, well, around the world)
Date: 26 December
How chozun celebrated: Sharing video footage of traditions that happen around the world on Boxing Day! There are Morris Dancers in the UK, Test Cricket, and some head up the coast to extend their Christmas break! (more…)