My First Selfie: Chapter 3

Mission Accomplished! The two words that came to my mind the second we’ve finished our 3rd Chapter. Fann & I went back to Siem Reap, conquering hundreds of crazy potholes and long distance bumpy terrains in order to set new milestones for our little volunteer project that we started in 2015. Our focus of the

My First Selfie: Chapter 2

In October 2017, My First Selfie embarked on another trip to Siem Reap to accomplish another mission of spreading love through photography. Thanks to the donations we have received from our amazing and generous contributors, Chapter 2 became a reality and was a huge success. This time round, our focus were mainly portraits of the

My First Selfie: Chapter 1

My First Selfie is a self-initiative charity project by Fann and I. Our main objective is to provide people from poverty-stricken villages an opportunity to own photographs of themselves for FREE. Chapter 1’s main focus will be the children. We traveled to at least 3 villages in Siem Reap for the first chapter, to meet

Snapshot: Village Life

After staying in the capital city for almost 10 years, it’s hard to imagine how different the world has become. In February of 2014, I went to Siem Reap for a break and to chase the sunrise of Angkor Wat, and what happened during that trip had been an eye opener for me. Besides the

Photography of Angkor Siem Reap

I traveled to the exotic land of Siem Reap with my wife back in February and it was one of the most amazing moments of my life. Not only were the ancient structures so massive and so impressive, but the beauty of this country lies within the life of the villagers. The villagers here may

The Gorgeous Banteay Srei

This may be one of the most gorgeous temple I’ve ever seen in my life and I kid you not. Banteay Srei is a 10th-century Cambodian temple dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. It is built largely from fine-grained rose-pink sandstone and is therefore redish in colour. Making it shine like a ruby when the

Valley of the 1000 Lingas

When I was in secondary school, I remembered that our history teacher once showed us this documentary about the ancient city of Angkor. Most of the programmes shown by the teacher had this boring tone and was always my lullaby. However, this particular documentary about Angkor caught my attention and I was so amazed with


After visiting the ancient capital of Angkor Thom. We headed to another even more ancient ancient capital. This one has a rather adorable name called Hariharalaya. It may sound like an asian children’s song but don’t be fooled by it’s name. Hariharalaya was an ancient city and the ultimate first capital of the Khmer empire