A trip proposal plan to Cambodia

If you come from any country of Europe, I would recommend you to take a flight to Bangkok. Then do not take the flight directly to Phnom Penh, but to Siem Reap Airport. Traveling back to your country, book your flight not from Siem Reap, but from Phnom Penh Airport. In this way, after visiting Siem Reap and the Angkor Wat sites, you go to Phnom Penh and visit the south of the country. Continue reading

Prey Kuk Sambor temples

Today I had one of the most wonderful archaeological visit of my life. I discovered Prey Kuk Sambor temples and I am going to write a lot about this experience and the ones to come. I am already planning an expedition with my students of communication of Sihanoukville. The place is undiscovered by tourism. It has its advantage and disadvantage. It is easy to reach it from Kompong Thom downtown (30 minutes by car) and it keeps wonders that show how little we know of the ancient Cambodian times. Continue reading

Santuk Silks

The Santuk Silks Farm is located in Santuk village. Coming from Phnom Penh, it is after the second junction Kompong Thom – Kompong Cham. I took about 30 minutes from the Kuhean Nokor Temple and it is about 20 minutes to Kompong Thom downtown. This is one of those special and orginal places to see in Cambodia. Continue reading

Kuhear Nokor Temple

Now on my way to this archaeological expedition of June to some interesting places in Kompong Thom and Takaw provinces. Yesterday I traveled from Sihanoukville with my cameraman Chhun and another student, Chen, who is from Kompong Thom, in order to get along in the places. This morning we pick up Ms Delonix Panheang from the Pochenton Airport in Phnom Penh. She is a teacher of communication of the Singapore Polytechnic  and a great benefactor of our social communication section of Don Bosco Sihanoukville. First step, Kukhak Nokor Temple. Continue reading

Catholic Church and several families affected by flood by Ketsana

Kompung Thom (Salesians with SCS Radio). Father Nget Viney, in charge of the Catholic communities of Kompong Kor, Prekbov and Kompong Rotes in the Kompong Thom province, about 200 kilometers at the north of Phnom Penh, reports that his three communities are suffering from the flood as a consequence of the Ketsana typhoon of the last weekend. Continue reading