Soksabike was founded on the tenants of responsible tourism and positive development driven by our local community. The ultimate way to achieve this is to ensure community members are making business decisions and determining the best ways businesses like our can make an impact. This month we've been able to achieve that by handing the business over to local owners!Read More
When not handled correctly, tourism can pollute, destroy cultures, and break communities apart, but when developed responsibly, tourism has the power to provide new opportunities to locals, encourage economic development, and encourage pride in local livelihoods and cultures. Unfortunately, knowing which enterprises are doing good and which are bad is not always easy - especially when it comes to children.Read More
How do we create a product that is socially minded, appealing to tourists and generating revenue? We examined these (and other!) questions this week with a group of 13 students from Liger Leadership Academy (LLA).Read More
Battambang is in the process of applying for UNESCO World Heritage status. The city has a lot to offer to qualify it.
The center of town is full of 1930s and 1960s French Colonial architecture that's fairly well preserved, temples around town display different styles reminiscent of each era in Battambang's history - Thai occupation, Cambodian and French colonial.Read More
As a social enterprise, Soksabike works hard to ensure our guides are receiving training to improve their skillsets but what do we do with all the knowledge our guides have aside from running tours?
Check out this post on how our staff members are educating their communities about responsible tourism and social enterprise!Read More