KhmerBird has been online since 2008. My main goal for building this website is to update what’s happening in the country.
There are a lot of people imagine about Cambodia in a wrong way. They heard about Cambodia in the news only when the country has trouble. The situation has been improved in the last few years because of social media.
People now can get accurate updated news from the local people who used mainly Facebook to share information. However, we don’t find enough websites about Cambodia travel.
And it becomes our mission now to provide accurate and latest updated information about the country. We focus mainly on the first time visitors who need to know more about Cambodia.
We try to make you understand quickly about our history. Then we recommend best hotels, good restaurants, and places.
Our commitment is to keep updating our recommendation. We are very open to the suggestion and curious to know what we can do better to serve you as an insider.
You can follow my favorite social channel which is Twitter.
What others say about us
Meet Santel. He runs a social media blog about Cambodia and always knows what’s going on in his country. If it happened, more than likely it’s on his blog. He’s smart, talented, determined and loves his country! – Tyan Y
Santel Phin is a well-educated, modern Cambodian with a deep love of his country and traditional Cambodian culture. – Rob Schneider
Santel has quickly made a name for himself as one of Cambodia’s first bloggers, inspiring many others to follow suit. – Marissa Carruthers
khmerbird.com have been selected amount the top 5 blogs to read by The Phnom Penh Post.
We have been featured and interviewed in many places, amount them are:
- The Guardian: Writing after the slaughter
- Global Voice: Cambodia: Freedom of Flying
- Cambodian Alliance For The Arts: Santel Phin – Creator of KhmerBird.com
- Visit Angkor Wat: Interview with Santel Phin, founder of KhmerBird
- Khmer 440 Meets Santel Phin AKA Khmerbird
- A Great Cambodian Blog: Khmerbird
- Lepetitjournal.com – MEDIAS SOCIAUX – Entretien avec Santel Phin