PHNOM PENH Cambodia’s tourist arrivals registered a slight increase of 1.5% in August, according to the country’s statistics and tourism information department.
Cambodia Airports CEO, Emmanual Menanteau, said in a statement that the 3 million mark represented a symbolic high point, as the airport received just 2 million passengers in 2012.
PHNOM PENH The State Secretariat of Civil Aviation says three more airlines wlll apply for an Air Operator Certificate over the first quarter of 2015.
The National Olympic Committee of Cambodia, in coordination with several ministries and government agencies, will organise the Kingdom’s first Mekong River Festival from March 13 to 15 next year in
PHNOM PENH Restoration work on the Preah Pithu Temple, inside the Angkor Wat World Heritage site, has gained a USD4 million grant from Korea International Cooperation Agency.
Owner of classy new Siem Reap eatery Charcoal worked her way up from bartending on Pub Street
At Prey Tnot village, about a kilometre along National Road 3 on the way out of Kampot, a handful of rickety shacks sell a famous local speciality: sea-fish noodle soup.
Cambodia's popular tourist destinations, both old and new, have ramped up their New Year’s Eve celebrations in order to attract more foreign tourists this year.
Salsa Cabana offers no mindblowing innovations, but the food satisfies taco cravings
By day a relaxed hangout spot, by night a relaxed cocktail bar: new Australian-run watering hole and eatery Che Culo brings casual, high-quality service to Cambodia
Although Russia is over 7,000 kilometres away and 30 degrees colder, its economic woes are hitting Cambodia’s tourism and expatriate scene.
A cross-cultural concert tour in Cambodia last December has turned into a cross-border fiasco, with artists and labourers maintaining that they have yet to receive thousands of dollars in payment a
Cambodia’s development in the past two decades has been remarkable. Economic growth has averaged 7.6 per cent a year since 1995. The national poverty rate has been cut in half. Led by supportive
In salubrious surrounds, the Krahom Noodle Bar treats diners to a colourful take on traditional Khmer staples
MADRID The First World Conference on Tourism and Culture will convene in Siem Reap Cambodia, 4 to 6 February 2015.
“You will be surprised how some areas are quite similar to the Amazon,” says Francesco Galli Zugaro soon after we boarded his new ship, the Aqua Mekong, in Siem Reap, Cambodia, following tours of the
The long-awaited National Silk Board (NSB) – an industry body that aims to tighten regulations and boost investor confidence in Cambodia’s silk industry – will be established by the middle of next
Sangker Gallery’s inaugural show is inspired by the river that gave the gallery its name
PHNOM PENH Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism may relax regulations for foreign visitors to boost tourist arrivals and encourage investment particularly along Cambodia’s coastline.
Hotels and restaurants are expected to be stretched at this weekend’s Sea Festival in Koh Kong, with authorities expecting up to 50,000 people to attend the annual beachside event this year.
From Khmer curry to mango chilli salt, Park Hyatt’s cocktails take local inspiration to the next level
To celebrate the festive season, Public House is offering Christmas-themed lunch and dinner set menus every day between December 10 and 31. The deals, which cost $30, include a glass of
In a bid to increase tourist arrivals and investment along Cambodia’s coastline, the Ministry of Tourism is considering relaxing regulations for foreign visitors.
Smooth and velvety with thick tahini base notes, a strong citris hit and a fair lick of olive oil, the chickpea dip at Hummus House doesn’t disappoint. Garlic-lovers may find it a little lacking,
The fifth annual Cambodian International Film Festival features the largest-ever selection of films made in Cambodia – both foreign and local productions