Tara is originally from Australia where she worked in various industries, most recently in adult and youth mental health. She first visited Cambodia in 2010 as a volunteer and soon set up a community school based project in Siem Reap, Cambodia. After permanently moved to Cambodia in 2012 she has now taken on many new roles including freelance writer, kindergarten teacher and mother to an 8-year-old son.
While there are a plethora of activities for kids in Phnom Penh, quite a few of them have admission fees or other charges. But rest assured that even if you’re on a budget, there are plenty of free activities for … Continue reading →
In the last two posts about fun things to do for kids in Phnom Penh we covered arts and sports activities. This time, we’ve got a round-up of swimming pools, playgrounds, and play spaces for kids and teens in Phnom … Continue reading →
In the last post about fun things to do for kids in Phnom Penh we covered arts and crafts activities and performing arts activities. In this installment, we’ve got a round-up of sports and active things younger kids and teens … Continue reading →
Despite the pandemic, there is never a shortage of fun activities for kids in Phnom Penh. While Covid-19 has certainly had a huge impact on businesses and families, it has also seen the creation of a plethora of new child-friendly … Continue reading →
A range of special-need services for children with educational, developmental, emotional, or behavioral difficulties is becoming more available in Cambodia. We cover what’s available now. Continue reading →
Expat life brings a whole new set of challenges, now during the Covid-19 pandemic more than ever. No matter how much we love living in Cambodia, the physical distance from loved ones and cultural differences can at times lead to … Continue reading →