07 Tuesday Jan 2014

Cambodia Photo in January

In this album we would like to highlight some of the little wonders that are with us here in Cambodia ! Some items that are truly unique to Cambodia and make our kingdom special.

1- Pepper

Pepper, Kampong Cham

Pepper, Kampong Cham


2- Rer mork tourist

Rermork Tourist

Rermork Tourist


3-  the Chocolate at Street240

the Chocolate Shop at Street240

the Chocolate Shop at Street240


4-  TK Avenue ( Toul Kork Downtown)

TK Avenue

TK Avenue


5- Buddha on Sale at Toul Tom Pong Market

Buddha on Sale at Toul Tom Pong Market

Buddha on Sale at Toul Tom Pong Market

These photos are taken by Leny KEO

Related Post:

1 – The Gallery: Cambodia Photos In December

09 Saturday Nov 2013

York Hotel Singapore [Guest Review]

lobby- York Hotel Singapore

lobby- York Hotel Singapore

Last week, we have a guest review about York Hotel Singapore. Here I would like to share all  readers:

“That great we was stayed at York Hotel. Staff over there very pleasure with customer. I hope next time will contact you ( IRG) again. Thanks ”   Saroeun S. Cambodia

Superior- Twin Roon - York Hotel Singapore

Superior- Twin Roon – York Hotel Singapore

York Hotel Singapore 

York Hotel Singapore is located in the heart of the city. It is just a 5 minutes walk to Singapore’s main shopping area, Orchard Road. Guests seeking medical services can walk to Mount Elizabeth Hospital in 3 minutes. Apart from being an ideal location for tourists, the hotel’s location also caters to business travelers since it is situated within close proximity to the Central Business District. Other than their brilliant location, York Hotel boasts 407 sophisticated and luxurious rooms well appointed with modern facilities which are bound to make their guests’ stay a wonderful one. The hotel’s facilities include beverage outlets, fitness center, and an outdoor pool. A luxurious and magnificent property, York Hotel guarantees a great stay.

If you want to book this hotel, please feel free visit our website: IRG Dream: http://www.dream.myirg.com/ and via e-mail: [email protected] Don’t forget to like us on facebook: MyIRG and follow us on twitter @IRG Go.

01 Friday Nov 2013

The Angkor Wat International Half Marathon 2013



The Angkor Wat International Half Marathon will be held on December 01 2013. For runners who want to join this race we offer an online hotel booking options here on IRG Dream | www.dream.myirg.com .

Specially established in Angkor Wat Ruins in front of the Central Sanctuary of Angkor Wat (Start & Finish Line). Passing Prasat Kravan – Prasat Bat Chun – Banteay Kdey – Ta Prohm – Baphoun – Bayon – South Gate – Basie Cham Krong – Phom Bakheng – Ta Phrom Kei – and back to the front of the Central Sanctuary of Angkor Wat (Finish Line). See Course Map (Acknowledged by AIMS and IAAF). Running course will be marked the number of kilometre. ChampionChip Check Point will be at Angkor Thom (Bayon Temple). Continue reading

11 Monday Feb 2013

Giant Ibis new route 2013 (Phnom Penh to Kep) (Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville)

To all our fellow Giant Ibis fans, this month there will be the launch of new bus routes going from Phnom Penh to Kep province and Sihanoukville province.

The Kep route will start on February 08, 2013.    One-way price is USD 8.00 per person.  Round-trip price is USD 16.00 per person.

Phnom Penh to Kep Departure Time:   8:00 AM  and 14:45 PM
Note: This route is same route as Phnom Penh to Kampot.  However the bus will make a drop-off at Kampot stop station before continuing to Kep province.

Kep to Phnom Penh Departure Time: 8:00 AM and 14:45 PM
Note: Customers must travel to Kampot from Kep in order to get on the Kampot to Phnom Penh route.  Currently there is no pick-up from Kep to Kampot.

+ Duration is three hours and fifteen minutes (3.15).
+ The trip is non-stop.
+ wi-fi
+ a bottle of water
+ a cold towel

The Sihanoukville route will start on February 18, 2013.  One-way price is USD 10.00 per person. Round-trip price is USD 20.00 per person.

Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville (Kompong Som) Departure Time:  8:30 AM and 12:30 PM

Sihanoukville (Kompong Som) to Phnom Penh Departure Time: 7:30 AM and 01:00 PM

+ Duration is four hours (4.0).
+ The trip is non-stop.
+ wi-fi
+ a bottle of water
+ a cold towel


To learn more about the Phnom Penh to Kampot route, please click here.

To read about our Giant Ibis excursion, please click here.   If you have any question about this service, please email us at [email protected]

Giant Ibis

Giant Ibis

29 Tuesday Jan 2013

The Emperors of China restaurant brings the Hong Kong Cantonese specialities to Phnom Penh

The word Dim Sum is not well known to the locals, especially those living in the provinces.  However here in Phnom Penh city, there are a number of chinese restaurants that offers this breakfast specialities.  At the heart of the city and next to the Olympic Stadium sits the infamous Cantonese restaurant – The Emperors of China.

On the weekend, this restaurant is always busy.  Getting a table has became increasingly difficult due to its heightened popularity.  Their Dim Sum are as amazing as those of Yi Sang restaurant (of Almond Hotel).

For Dim Sum, here are our recommendations:  

  • shrimp dumpling,
  • steamed diced pork and shrimp dumpling,
  • steamed chickens’ feet with fresh chili,
  • steamed pork ribs with black bean sauce,
  • sweetened egg paste bun,
  • rice roll with bbq pork,
  • pan-fried radish pudding, and
  • deep-fried taro dumpling. 

Two weeks ago, we stopped by the Emperors of China and had dinner there.   Our recommendations are:

  • xiao long bao (it’s the best. very juicy and steamy),
  • marinated duck’s tongue,
  • Qing dynasty chicken,
  • peking duck with pancake,
  • braised bean curd, and
  • fried noodle.

For dinner, the Cantonese chef did a demonstration of noodle making.  Here’s an image I found on their website.

Emperors Noodle

No.19 St.163, Sangkat Veal Khan 7 Makhara,Phnom Penh, Cambodia
(Reservation) 023 637 6663
(Khmer) 078 774 334
(English) 012 780 667
(Chinese) 097 92 92 699

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