Our edgy past and authentically historical buildings are what set The FCC apart, back when "expats flocked to the place; and as Pol Pot took his final stand in the jungle, so journalists filed breaking stories from the 'F', including Nate Thayer, the correspondent for The Far Eastern Economic Review, who famously scored the last interview with the elusive Khmer Rouge dictator."
Here, we embrace our search for the thrill, and share our stories on the ground, from the "oasis in Indochina," spotlighting adventures to Cambodia while hanging out at The FCC in the footsteps of history.
“It’s not a hotel, it’s a home,” says Malee Whitcraft, the Dutch-born, …Read More
With a newly renovated and expanded look and feel, FCC Angkor and …Read More
FCC Angkor’s tropical oasis teems with lush landscaping and botanical life, from …Read More