Tram

About Tram

Tram is an entrepreneur who has visited Cambodia more times than she can remember. Tram comes from a family who knows how to put on a show (her brother is legendary Australian comedian Anh Do), and Tram is especially keen on ensuring that every tour is an experience to remember. Most importantly, she’s a lover of all things Khmer, especially its food, and you’ll be pleased to know… Tram loves to eat!

Entries by Tram

  • Top 8 Things to Do in Siem Reap, Cambodia
  • Apsara Dancers
  • Floating Villages - Tonle Sap Lake
  • Prasat Baton Temple, Angkor, Siem Reap

Top 8 Things to Do in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap has justifiably become an international tourist destination, an item on the bucket list of every collector on the ancient and monumental. It is a bustling tourist area in which lies a gigantic temple complex known as Angkor Wat. It is a place which offers its visitors adventure, rich history and even richer nightlife. From here, you can set off on a jungle expedition, enjoy guided or self-guided tours throughout the vast historical complexes, etc. The list would be infinitely long, but since you’ll probably have limited time, we’ll share with you the must-do activities of your […] Read more

  • Phnom Penh – Snapshot
  • Tuoi Sleng Genocide Museum

Phnom Penh – Snapshot

Phnom Penh truly is one of South East Asia’s most surprising destinations. It’s confrontational history aside, Phnom Penh is now awash with uber-cool bars, on trend eateries, galleries, sensational cafes and bespoke boutiques! Need we say more.

 

Where am I?

Preah Sisowath (in honour to King Sisowath who reigned between 1904 and 1927) Avenue – To most tourists this is simply ‘the riverside’ or ‘waterfront’ and represents the heart of Phnom Penh. The waterfront is lined with great restaurants, bars, cafes and a never ending line of cyclo drivers.

Street 240 and 240 ½ – […] Read more

Why the Royal Palace Phnom Penh is a must see

Why the Royal Palace Phnom Penh is a must see

The Royal Palace Phnom Penh is a stunning architectural and cultural masterpiece which shouldn’t be missed by any visitor to Cambodia’s capital. Spectacular architecture, featuring Khmer and European elements (a legacy from the time of French protectorate), beautifully manicured and maintained gardens, religious objects and priceless treasures await you within the walls of this complex. The Royal Palace complex consists of two main areas – the Royal Palace Compound and the Silver Pagoda. The first is at the disposal of the Royal Family, while the second is intended for religious ceremonies. The Silver Pagoda is also a memorial […] Read more