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Its brutal past cannot be denied, but a transforming Cambodia can be a magical place to take children, writes Paul Chai. 'Dad, what does 'genocide' mean?" It's one of those questions parents avoid
Kingdom’s visa fees set to increase
Orphanage tourism still an issue: UNICEF
Naga aircraft set to take flight
PHNOM PENH— A Singaporean company has agreed to a $65-million deal with Chevron’s local Cambodian subsidiary to take over shares in an offshore block of oil and gas.
A little way outside Siem Reap, a few sheds and a makeshift office house thousands of ancient relics rarely seen by the millions who pass through the city to see the temples each year
Lake in deep trouble  9-Aug-2014
SIEM REAP: Trails of Indochina’s country manager Cambodia, Trevor Lake, was arrested, last Tuesday in Siem Reap, on suspicion of purchasing sex from two teenage girls.
PHNOM PENH, (Xinhua) -- The number of Chinese visitors to Cambodia's Angkor Wat temple, one of the World Heritage Sites, has reached 161,700 in the first six months of this year, a 17 percent rise
More than 2.2 million tourists visited Cambodia in the first six months of this year, a 5.2 percent increase over the same period in 2013, according to Ministry of Tourism figures.
General view of visitors enjoying at the beach in Preah Sihanoukville, Preah Sihanouk province recently. According to the statistics of the Provincial Tourism Department, in July 2014 alone, there
CAMBODIA is projected to receive 4.6 million international visitors this year, an expected rise of 10 percent from 4.2 million last year, Minister of Tourism Thong Khon said Saturday.
Cambodian-based Skywings Asia Airlines says it will consider introducing daily flights between Seoul and Sihanoukville if a current series of charter flights are successful.
PHNOM PENH -- Cambodia's world heritage Preah Vihear temple greeted 63,610 local and foreign visitors in the first half of 2014, up 53 percent over the same period last year, a report from the Preah
Cambodia Airlines, Royal Group’s airline start-up venture with partner Philippine Airlines (PAL), has again been thrown into doubt with Cambodia’s aviation authority yesterday saying neither party had
The winners of an international Cambodian music contest featuring contestants from the Kingdom and its diaspora will be announced this afternoon on Koh Pich after two weeks of competition.
His Majesty Norodom Sihamoni (2nd, L, pic.1) , King of Cambodia, distributes relief to 476 poor farmer families in Preah Sdech district of Prey Veng province this morning.
Skywings Asia Airlines completed its maiden voyage from Seoul to Sihanouk International Airport on Tuesday, marking the launch of seasonal direct charter flights between Sihanoukville and South Korea.
Cambodia’s tourism industry has benefited from the unrest that has hit much of the region, with Chinese tourists diverting their routes from problematic areas such as Thailand to the country,
The air pollution problem in Angkor is in fact not a new issue, as well as Angkor is not the only World Heritage Site in the globe to face this problem of air pollution, said the APSARA National
Giving tourists visa-free entry to Sihanoukville, Cambodia’s top beach resort area, could be a major boost for tourism, according to industry experts.
Some 200 students from Angkor University in Siem Reap province conduct their study tour at Boeung Mealea (Lotus Pond) ancient temple in the province on July 20.
A new training course is set to enhance the skills of Cambodia’s next generation of archaeologists. However, experts are saying it is poor pay rather than a lack of educational opportunities that
Siem Reap’s inaugural waiters’ race got off to a flying start on Monday, in celebration of Bastille Day. Cheered on by supporters from the hospitality industry, expats, tourists and some curious
SAM REAP, Cambodia — A thousand years ago, they were temples so sacred only high priests were allowed to enter — the spiritual epicenter of a powerful empire that dominated Southeast Asia.
Siem Reap province’s tourism department reports international tourist arrivals to the province increased 10% during January to June this year.
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