The opposition’s planned demonstration in Siem Reap next month could affect the tourism industry in Cambodia’s most important visitor destination, the government and industry representatives said
What synergies between Cambodia and ASEAN hold the most potential for Cambodia?
Whenever I mention num pang pâté to foreigners in Phnom Penh, I get the same reaction.
Arn Chorn-Pond has dedicated most of his adult life to restoring traditional Cambodian arts. In his new project, he takes a bus load of musicians to showcase their instruments and talent in remote
In the sequel to Alex Watts’ bestselling book Down And Out In Padstow and London, failed chef and hack Lennie Nash sets off to eat his way through Southeast Asia with a vague plan to buy a restaurant.
Most people come to Mondulkiri for two reasons: elephants and waterfalls. The hills don’t hurt, either. The landscape is a piece of Wales in the tropics, with small forested slopes as far as the eye
Recently Samatoa founder Awen Delaval made an astonishing discovery about the humble lotus flower – it could be turned into eco-friendly clothes. And now those clothes are being produced at a new
Grand Master San Kim Sean, who has contributed to the survival of Khmer traditional martial arts and is founder of the Cambodia Bokator Academy, is starting up a Bokator Training School in Siem Reap
PHNOM PENH - Khiri Travel has launched a new website, Khiri.com, that replicates online the company's approach to immersive, engaging travel in the Greater Mekong Region. The website offers modern
Cambodian farmers will have no shortage of rain in 2014, and may find themselves in it up to their necks for the last eight months of the year – at least so says a time-honoured rain-prediction
Though diplomats will presumably be the ones deciding which territory falls to whom in the newly demarcated vicinity of Preah Vihear temple, many Cambodians in Preah Vihear province and beyond will be
Growth in tourism is the key driver that is pushing up the value of Cambodia’s service sector, according to the Asian Development Bank report released last week.
Cambodia has received some 3.05 million foreign tourists in the first nine months of this year, a 19 percent surge from 2.57 million for the same period last year, a tourism data showed Wednesday.
Cambodia is not a tragedy, says Australian author Walter Mason.
Self-dubbed “happy painter” Stephane Delapree has blamed copycat artists for his decision to close his Phnom Penh shop at the end of the year.
THE ancient temple of Preah Vihear has been declared as belonging to Cambodia in a ruling by the International Court of Justice yesterday.
The International Court of Justice says Thailand must withdraw all military and police units from the area surrounding the 900-year-old Preah Vihear temple that stands on a ridge separating Thailand
Cambodia’s tourist arrivals registered a 16.9% growth in September according to the country’s statistics and tourist Information department.
PHNOM PENH/BANGKOK - The International Court of Justice on Monday afternoon unanimously confirmed Phnom Penh's sovereignty over the entire disputed promontory bearing the Preah Vihear temple on the
Crowds in the capital celebrated the 60th anniversary of Cambodia’s independence from French colonial rule on Saturday, in an event marked by the conspicuous absence of opposition politicians, who
Work is underway on the first ever feature-length English-language documentary about Battambang’s fine and performing arts school, Phare Ponleu Selpak, and its internationally lauded circus program.
A special concert will held at Angkor Wat on December 5-6 with an international cast including musicians from France and Myanmar as well as Cambodia, according to a recent Facebook posting by the
The plan to expand airports in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap inched forward yesterday as details of funding and timing were made public in a filing to the Malaysian stock exchange.
One of the paintings reflect traditional martial art boxer Proh four of the Bayon temple reflect love for art painting And the boxer's famous players Nuon Sorya.
Twenty-five young people were awarded scholarships to study traditional music and dance on Thursday, as arts organisation Cambodian Living Arts (CLA) launched a new school year.