To stay ahead of the curve in the industry of food and coffee, Park Café is busy preparing and decorating its two new shops to serve customers in early 2016. What is new to these shops is that they
The Ministry of Tourism is organising the 2nd annual River Festival under the theme “Clean River, Best Community,” it announced on its website yesterday.
SIEM REAP A recently established government agency, Angkor Institution, is collecting entrance fees at Angkor Archeological Park entrance fees, effective 1 March.
PHNOM PENH Cambodia has signed a bilateral air service agreement with Mongolia that could theoretically pave the way for direct flights between the two Asian countries.
PHNOM PENH The Philippines has asked Cambodia to allow Philippine Airlines to fly a direct flight from Manila to Phnom Penh.
Angkor Sankranta 2016, to be held in mid-April, will feature two giant traditional cakes, Num Treap Bay and Num Ple Ay.
With a rapid growing food and beverage industry spreading wide and far across the Kingdom, local brands are taking action on expansion. Over the last decade, Park Café has made its mark with a full
Three businesswomen, Monika, Kate, and Adeline, met at Regency Cafe, an all day dining restaurant located at Intercontinental Phnom Penh this past Wednesday for lunch. While the meeting was focused on
With twenty years of experience in the kitchen and working around the world with lauded Michelin-star restaurants such as L’Almandin, L’Astor, and Hostellerie Les Gorges de Pennafort, French
Not the regular, run-off-the-mill fusion restaurant of East meets West cuisine, Black Bambu sets the hospitality bar with fusions in ways more than one.
“Living Cambodian cuisine” made its formal debut in Siem Reap last Friday evening with a stunning reception for 400 guests to celebrate the grand opening of Malis, the iconic restaurant that has been
Hong Kong Airlines launched a scheduled service from Hong Kong to Phnom Penh on Saturday.
Philippine Airlines (PAL) plans to enter Cambodian skies for the first time with the launch of a direct flight from Manila, aviation officials said yesterday, though whether the airline will serve
SIEM REAP The Authority for the Protection and Management of Angkor and the Region of Siem Reap (APSARA) is working with an ox cart community in Siem Reap province to offer rides for tourists in the
PHNOM PENH Cambodia will campaign for green and clean tourism to move tourism up the quality scale a few notches.
Under new ownership, Botanico is now offering craft beer by local brewers Cerevisia along with gourmet sandwiches for lunch – all in a verdant garden setting. Quality brews, bites and surrounds? We’ll
Serving up French food with a global twist in chic bespoke surroundings, Bistrot Bassac became an instant favourite when it opened on Street 308 last year. Now taking a similar approach, the owners
A new cafe is bringing more mass-market coffee shop culture to Phnom Penh – including pumpkin spice lattes. BCBG Cambodia, which held a “soft opening” late last month, also operates a French pastry
PHNOM PENH China is the key driver behind Cambodia’s aviation expansion followed by neighbouring Thailand, according to a Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation’s recent analysis.
In a shelf in Sovann Vibol’s wooden-frame studio, a box of incense rests next to an old radio and an image of the Buddha, carved into copper. The 33-year-old artist sits on the floor below with his
La Familia – a recently founded local distributor of niche premium spirits – has soft-opened its first retail outlet, offering hard-to-find cocktail ingredients and equipment as well as classes in
SIHANOUKVILLE Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism is targeting tourist arrivals to the country’s coastal areas at 6 million visits by 2020.
PHNOM PENH Cambodia could welcome as many as 2 million Chinese tourists to the kingdom by 2020.
Malis, a name long associated with some of the finest dining in Cambodia, and with the Kingdom’s premier chef, Luu Meng, has finally opened its doors in Siem Reap with a blessing held on Monday
John Weeks: Artist and comics curator John Weeks first arrived in Cambodia in May 2000, curious to research Cambodian comics. In 2006, he co-founded the local NGO Our Books, which helps source and