In this Overseas Haven Report, Cambodia expert Robert Carry details the arts, dance, food, religion, music, and even clothing are thriving in the region. Tourist numbers are exploding–up 180% since 2004–which is often a precursor to developers moving in and property prices zooming up. Take a look now and see what’s happening in Phnom Penh today.
A major cultural revival is underway in Phnom Penh and it’s affecting every part of daily life.
“The city’s ambitious, unceasingly optimistic people have injected a new vibrancy that in the dark days of Khmer Rouge rule looked to have been lost for good. Throw in weather as warm as its locals, rapidly improving infrastructure and healthcare, and an amazingly low cost of living and it’s easy to see why many visitors are now choosing to call this place home.”
Pereira, one of the cities that make up the Coffee Triangle, along with the nearby cities of Armenia and Manizales, has stunning scenery, picturesque small pueblos,bountiful natural resources, and many opportunities for hiking, photography, horseback riding, and much more.
In this Overseas Haven Report, we feature Tralee, Ireland.
In Tralee, you’re surrounded by some of Ireland’s most dramatic land- and sea-scapes, while remaining close to conveniences. This is a welcoming town that preserves its past culture and history like no other.
The town of Tulum is at the center of Mexico’s Ruta Riviera Maya. This area is among the most exotic and beautiful geographical areas on earth and is well located in the Yucatán peninsula, making it a great base for exploration in the region.
This Overseas Haven Report features San Salvador, the capital city of El Salvador. The city is the center of commerce, culture, and education for the country, and is one Central America’s largest urban centers.