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Cambodia picture house web design

This is an online photo-stock realized with Gallery 2. It provides an e-commerce with instant payment.

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Malibu bungalow website screenshot

Malibu Bungalows is a nice resort on Sihanoukville Sokha beach.

This website is the demonstration that you don't need to spend dozen of thousand dollars to equip your website with instant online booking engine.

Booking form, rooms availability, payment gateway, email confirmation... This complete package allows any hotel to get their own online booking engine.

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Project picture cover | IConsulting

Isabelle Lesser is an experienced photographer in Cambodia. Her photographs from events in Cambodia, South East Asia have appeared in publications including The Bangkok Post, The Wire Magazine, Cambodge Soir and several local American newspapers. She has extensive experience with transmitting photos and reports from remote location. Her website is designed to be fully updatable in an user friendly interface.

Developed with AJAX technology (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML), this website can handle an unlimited amount of pictures and keep a fast navigation.

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Sovanna Phum web design cambodia

Sovanna Phum (Golden era) is an independent Khmer art association in Phnom Penh. Started in 1994, the association was created in order to give Khmer artists the opportunity to perform their art and to make a living. The aims are to revive, preserve and promote the treasures of Khmer culture to local and international audiences.

Since 1997, on request from partners (International Organization, NGO, Government...) Sovanna Phum has been designing, implementing and playing information, awareness, prevention and education exhibition on specific subjects (health, education, AIDS, environment, human rights).

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Pour un Sourire d'Enfant website screenshot

PSE website has been designed with the CMS Joomla!

PSE started in 1995, on the day we saw children eating in the filth of the dump-site in Stung Meanchey in Phnom-Penh in Cambodia. It was appalling. Having seen that, it was not possible to continue to live normally. Something had to be done.

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