Free event dedicated to promote the french know-how, “the French Week of Siem Reap” was born of the daring gamble of some entrepreneurs settled in this city which drains every year millions of tourists.
With its Colonial architecture and numerous decorative details from the Angkorian period, Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra presents a beautiful blend of the French way of life and the refinement of Cambodian culture.
Dedicated to the elaboration of fragrances and cosmetics the first Workshop-Boutique by Maison Apsara has just opened its doors in Phnom Penh, for natural beauty products amateurs (oil, creams, balms, fragrances).
Faithful to the orientations that were taken from the first edition, in 2008, Photo Phnom Penh continues to develop exchanges between Asian and European photographers and promotes, allows and highlights the emergence of a new Cambodian photography.
Upscale seaside resort at the beginning of the 20th century, Kep was emptied of its inhabitants with the arrival of the Khmer Rouge. Deserted for 30 years, the city still retains the stigmata of this dark past.