Join us for our exciting Purpose and Philanthropy Field Trip to Siem Reap in September 2019!

We are so excited to be able to share an amazing opportunity with you. We are heading to Siem Reap on our Purpose and Philanthropy Field Trip from the 15th – 21st September 2019 and YOU ARE INVITED!  This ethical, inspiring, socially responsible tour will see you form connections with local Khmers who have overcome adversity to move forward with their lives. …

Guide to the Angkor Temples

Angkor Archaeological Park is located in Siem Reap, Cambodia. It is said to be one of the most important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia, with millions of local and international tourists flocking there each year. Angkor Archaeological Park features the remains of several capitals of the Khmer empire from the 9th to 15th centuries. It …

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Where to Shop Ethically in Siem Reap

When travelling through South East Asia, it can always be difficult to know where the souvenirs you purchase are made, and by whom. There is more of a shift nowadays towards ethical and responsible purchases, where both the maker and the consumer benefit. If you are travelling to Siem Reap, we have a few suggestions …

Why You Should Say ‘No’ To That Street Child Who Asks For Money

When you travel to developing countries, you are likely to come across child beggars and sellers. It is natural for you to want to help them, and we can completely understand why you would want to.  However, it is best for the wellbeing of the child that you keep your wallet secure and you don’t …

Five tips for ethical travel in Cambodia

It is important to partake in ethical travel when visiting countries such as Cambodia. Cambodia is an increasingly popular tourist destination, with more than four million foreigners visiting the country each year, and over two million of those visiting the famous Angkor Wat Archaeological Park near Siem Reap. Cambodia is a country still recuperating from …