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How you can help save the world’s most trafficked mammal

Unaware of the price on its head, the hapless pangolin scurried across the jungle floor; most likely it was looking for ants, which the creatures gleefully scoop up with their long, sticky tongues.

How to see the secret side of the Mekong

Dawn on the Mekong. The whoop of a black-hooded laughing thrush serves as a wake-up call.

Hero rats, singing puddles and crowd-free ruins: A postcard from Cambodia in rainy season

Avoid the rainy season is one of great truisms of travel. But is it always good advice?

Why the best way to absorb the culture of Vietnam and Cambodia is cruising...

Vietnam and Cambodia offer a colourful culture, poignant history and verdant landscapes. These countries are ideally suited to travelling by water as many of the most rewarding experiences are tucked away in the countryside through which the Mekong River passes.

‘I love the boy’: Cambodian surrogates forced to keep babies say they will care...

When Lee had just given birth, she saw a Chinese man peering desperately through the window to her Phnom Penh hospital room. Security would not let him enter.

Cambodian unease as Chinese casinos turn seaside paradise into ‘Macau No 2’

Gamblers chain-smoking and speaking Mandarin are feeding $100 bills into hungry roulette machines at the Holiday Palace Casino Resort.

Cambodian tycoons set for victory in controversial poll, claims rights group

Cambodia’s tycoons are set to be big winners in a controversial election at the end of July, a new report by a leading human rights group has claimed, while calling for sanctions against the country’s business elite for allegedly eroding democracy.

England World Cup squad’s ‘patriotic’ M&S suits were made in Cambodia

England’s football team flew out to the World Cup on Tuesday, kitted out in a patriotic Marks & Spencer suit.... made in Cambodia.

Discovering the ghosts of the Cambodian Riviera’s golden age

Phnom Penh railway station radiates the ghosts of passengers past. It’s a gigantic white wedding cake where signs point commuters to “consignes” and “toilettes”. The destinations listed above most of the ticket counters are optimistic.