DW viewer Michele Finadri went to Cambodia, where she travelled from the capital Phnom Penh to Koh Tonsay, or Rabbit Island, off the coast. The sunsets here are spectacular.
The sea cruise industry is booming, and yet protests are growing: Critics claim these floating hotel complexes not only pollute the environment, but also bring cities to the brink of collapse. Here's a fact check.
A new app sends history fans on a special journey back in time through Berlin, to 200 places associated with historical moments of freedom. We tested the "Path of Freedom" tour.
Traveling by plane is particularly damaging to the climate. If you want to clear your conscience, you can donate to projects that offset CO2 emissions. But where does that money actually go?
Cambodia has recently reopened the final stretch of a railway running from the capital Phnom Penh to the border with Thailand. New railway lines in the region are expected to give a fillip to economic activity.
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