“The most interesting, politically independent magazine dealing with Southeast Asia”
Strategic Alliance Network (SANET)
Southeast Asia Globe found its beginnings as the Southeastern Globe in January 2007. It was rebranded as Southeast Asia Globe in 2009.
Originally launched as an English-language magazine for the Cambodian market, we quickly became aware of the need for a reliable, regional English-language publication.
While Phnom Penh, Cambodia remains our base and the location of our head office, we have steadily expanded over the last years and are now distributing the magazine across eight countries in Southeast Asia, as well as serving a regional and global audience through our website and native application.
Our mission is to bring readers closer to the news through first-hand reporting from across Southeast Asia. Covering current affairs, business, society and lifestyle, Southeast Asia Globe digs deeper than other news outlets, offering a regional view with a global perspective. Southeast Asia Globe is a truly international title – with distribution in eight countries, as well as dedicated apps, there is no magazine currently in circulation that offers the same reach and coverage.
Our target market includes local, regional and international readers seeking to keep in touch with a rapidly changing region. Produced by international media specialists with a passion for high-quality journalism and design, Southeast Asia Globe’s team aims to provide its readers and partners with insightful, authoritative regional content with a global perspective.
Creating bespoke advertising opportunities while securing marketing return on investment for leading brands, Southeast Asia Globe positions your business at the heart of one of the world’s most exciting markets.
Our group also publishes Discover, an annual luxury travel magazine dedicated solely to Cambodia; Stuff Cambodia, a local licence of the world’s leading technology and gadget magazine; and custom publications such as Focus Cambodia, a business publication launching in March 2017.