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Permaculture in Cambodia, a sustainable way to grow

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Pesto. Bruschetta. Arrabbiata. This isn’t a language lesson, a spelling test or the menu at an Italian restaurant. But what do the three things have in common? They are popular dishes that are based on tomatoes and basil, one of the favourite food pairings of kitchen aficionados in the mediterranean and around the world.

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Thalias Newsletter May 2019

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May marks the beginning of the rice growing season. The cultivation of this Cambodian food staple is celebrated with the Royal Ploughing Ceremony on May 22. It also brings us the King's birthday and many other causes for celebration—culminating in the very welcome rains coming to cool us after these sweltering months


I wish you an enjoyable month ahead, no matter the reason for your celebration, and I hope you enjoy the stories below.


Yours sincerely,
Arnaud Darc,
CEO and Chairman Thalias Hospitality Group

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Chef’s Story: From Dog Cart to Vegetarian Eatery

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In the heart of BKK1, a young Cambodian couple buzzes around their home-style restaurant. When a friend arrives on a motorbike with his canine friend. With a wide grin plastered across his face “Look,” says the chef, Mong, “Dog, but not for eating.”

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Le Kroma Villa: Phnom Penh’s Quiet Island Getaway

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On a lazy Saturday afternoon, you swim up to the edge of the infinity pool and look out over a garden of fresh vegetables at a farmer washing his buffalo in the Mekong River. A wine bottle pops, you take a glass, and then a sip, and somehow, from somewhere, a rare breeze of country air blows the heat off you.

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