Another random collection of ‘Only in Cambodia’ moments. (Photos generally collected from the internet and social websites.) Kampot. Moto freight. Free power to the people. As overcrowding on minivans go, this looks quite comfortable.
Moonlight over Bokor, unedited/unmanipulated photo. Shot taken on an iPhone.
Bokor Hill Station refers to a collection of French colonial buildings (hotel & casino, church, royal residence etc. ), constructed as a temperate mountain luxury resort and retreat for colonial residents in the early 1920s atop Bokor Mountain in Preah Monivong National Park, about 37 km (23 mi) west of Kampot in southern Cambodia. Abandoned for long periods of time, modern infrastructure has made […]
While searching for another image I came across these. Didn’t know I had a pair of them. Shot in Kampot 2015? Researching the name online comes back as Kumnooh (Khmer for design): …an arts guide seeking to bring together artists, venues, audiences in Cambodia. We cover all manner of visual arts, including painting, sculpture and photography, […]
Half a century after United States B-52 bombers dropped more than 500,000 tonnes of explosives on Cambodia’s countryside, Washington wants the country to repay a $US500 million war debt. “They dropped bombs on our heads and then ask[ed] us to repay. When we do not repay, they tell the IMF not to lend us money,” […]
On the way from Sihanoukville to Kampot. Images by Fabien Peyronnet. (Originally posted on the Facebook Kampot Notice board.) More of Fabien’s personal work can be found here on his website. Thanks to Pocket Sunshine.
Ghosts of Kampot Kampot is a city in southern Cambodia and the capital of Kampot Province. It is situated at the Praek Tuek Chhu river southeast of the Elephant Mountains and around 5 km (3 mi) from the Gulf of Thailand. Kampot was the capital of the Circonscription Résidentielle de Kampot under French rule and Cambodia’s most important sea port after the loss of the Mekong Delta […]