PHARE & RESPONSIBLE TOURISM

Responsible Tourism Cambodia – Babel Guest House

Responsible Tourism Cambodia – Babel Guest House

Responsible Tourism Cambodia – Babel Guest House By Emily Martin The “Responsible Tourism Cambodia” blog series is concentrating on high-quality businesses who are dedicated to their social responsibility in Cambodia. All of these businesses focus on responsible...

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Boat for School Children

Boat for School Children

By Emily Martin Boat for School Children Cambodia has two seasons – one wet and one dry. Both have their benefits but also bring along their own issues. Life is dramatically affected in the country depending on what season it is. In the wet season roads turn into...

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Responsible Tourism Cambodia – Song Saa Private Island

Responsible Tourism Cambodia – Song Saa Private Island

By Emily Martin Responsible Tourism Cambodia – Song Saa Private Island The “Responsible Tourism Cambodia” blog series is concentrating on high-quality businesses who are dedicated to their social responsibility in Cambodia. All of these businesses focus on responsible...

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Bel – A Landmine Survivor in Cambodia

Bel – A Landmine Survivor in Cambodia

By Emily Martin Bel – A Landmine Survivor in Cambodia Muy Seu Bel (Bel) was just 7 years old when he lost his leg after stepping on a landmine. “I looked after the cows in the fields. I didn’t know that the Khmer Rouge had put the landmines near my village. I went out...

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Responsible Tourism Cambodia – ABOUTAsia

Responsible Tourism Cambodia – ABOUTAsia

By Emily Martin Responsible Tourism Cambodia – ABOUTAsia The “Responsible Tourism Cambodia” blog series is concentrating on high-quality businesses who are dedicated to their social responsibility in Cambodia. All of these businesses focus on responsible tourism and...

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Responsible Tourism Cambodia – Shinta Mani Resort

Responsible Tourism Cambodia – Shinta Mani Resort

By Emily Martin Responsible Tourism Cambodia – Shinta Mani Resort The “Responsible Tourism Cambodia” blog series is concentrating on high-quality businesses who are dedicated to their social responsibility in Cambodia. All of these businesses focus on responsible...

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Bike4Kids Kick-off Performance

Bike4Kids Kick-off Performance

By Emily Martin Bike4Kids Kick-off Performance Saturday morning, 6th December, the Elephant Terraces in Angkor Wat were buzzing with the hundreds of riders taking part in the 2014 Bike4Kids event. Cyclists of all ages (even an 84-year-old!) participated in the 17km,...

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Cambodia as a Role Model

Cambodia as a Role Model

By Emily Martin Cambodia as a Role Model! Cambodia is a rapidly developing country – after years of turmoil and conflict it is now one of the safest and most welcoming countries to visit in South East Asia, if not the world. Many people relate Cambodia to the Khmer...

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Angkor Wat Bike4Kids

Angkor Wat Bike4Kids

By Emily Martin Angkor Wat Bike4Kids Nine years ago a handful of people from Village Focus International (VFI) decided to start a bike race, raising money for a number of causes within Cambodia. This December 6, more than 800 people will take part in the Angkor Wat...

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