Friday, 8th September 2017
National Geographic Traveller - Audrey Gillan
Audrey Gillan travelled to Cambodia on a culinary voyage of discovery and wasn't certainly didn't leave disappointed. During a trip organised by InsideAsia Tours, she was taught the art of making Cambodia's national dish, fish amok, and learnt how food cements a sense of national identity, with traditional recipes proudly passed down through generations.
If you'd like to master the art of amok for yourself, a Khmer cookery class can be incorporated into our 13 night Karma Cambodia itinerary, which includes stops in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Kep and plenty of opportunities for cultural and culinary experiences along the way.
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