Who is Jacques Guichandut ?

Mr. Jacques Guichandut is Managing Director of All Dreams Cambodia. 

Jacques is the founder, together with 3 other partners, of All Dreams Cambodia.
After finishing the Ecole Hotelière de Lausanne in 1989, he gained experience in the restaurant and catering business in China and Vietnam, before returning to France where he started as a travel consultant for the «Maison de l ‘Indochine.»
In 1995 he settled in Phnom Penh, where, after having acted 2 years as the GM for Diethelm Travel, he founded in 1999, together with 3 other partners, Asian Trails. They first started operations in Thailand, Cambodia, and Myanmar. This was followed by Vietnam, Laos, Indonesia, Malaysia, China  and Australia. Although he sold his parts in 2006, he stayed with the group until 20013, when All Dreams Cambodia was born.
All Dreams Cambodia’s goal is to promote Cambodia as a unique, stand-alone, dream destination and not only as an extension.
During the 2 years of slow activities, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, he initiated that All Dreams Cambodia will actively engage in protecting the environment and sustainable tourism. All Dreams Cambodia became in January 2022 member of Travel Life, ChildSafe, saying ‘NO’ to plastic in collaboration with Eco Brick and the TonToTon organization.
Today All Dreams Cambodia is the first travel agency to have implemented Carbon Footprint Offset for all its clients in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment. They will compensate 10% of their Carbon impact in 2019 with the program of the Ministry of Environment. They will also compensate 10% of their Carbon impact in 2019 with the program of Ministry of Environment.
In these 25 years in Cambodia, Jacques Guichandut participated at different times in several associations such as CATA, AFDE, CAMDMC, etc. Since this year, he is also member of Destination Mekong.
He is recently involved in the promotion of the destination Cambodia with the Ministry of Tourism, AFD, and the British communication MMGV Hills Bafour for the new digital Campaign, and is also part of creating a Destination Vision and Investment Plan (DVIP) for sustainable ecotourism development across a number of provinces in Cambodia.
He was also very much involved in Phare Ponleu Selpak, the NGO based in Battambang, where he functioned for more than 10 years as President of the BOD. Today he is a minority shareholder in the social enterprise created by PPSE, Phare Ponleu Selpak Enterprise.
Besides all his activities in Cambodia, he also owns, together with 2 of his partners from Asian Trails, a complex of 11 villas in Bali, Indonesia.


Contact me