A central element of Cambodian culture, traditions and art, the wooden house is a link connecting Ancient Angkor and modern...
How the appetite for spices, fragrant woods and aromatics drove Chinese traders and travelers from early times.
Probably the earliest botanical survey of the region by a Western observer, including some 1,600 species
A documented profile of the later-acclaimed explorer, who had died in Laos and whose fame had not been yet established.
A lively description of mainland Southeast Asia in the 1820s.
Gods, Trees and Human Beings on Cambodia's sacred mountain.
One section of the vast study on Cambodian forest trees by botanist Pauline Dy Phon
New finds in paleo-botanical studies trace the origin of majestic species in Southeast Asian rainforest back to the African continent.
Angkor Database 'Botanist's Corner' aspires at furthering the titanic work initiated by Cambodian botanist Pauline Dy Pho
វចនានុក្រមរុក្ខជាតិប្រើប្រាស់ក្នុងប្រទេសកម្ពុជា |Plantes utilisées au Cambodge | Plants Used in Cambodia
The monumental opus by Cambodian botanist Pauline Dy Phon, with cross-referenced indexes, trilingual descriptions, Khmer original and romanized names.