“Our policy for heritage and cultural tourism is not a passing fancy,” said Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, while he was presiding over the
SIEM REAP -- More than a million people visit the famous temples around Siem Reap each year, but it took an aerial laser survey carried out in early 2012 to reveal traces of a vast urban network
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen receives two stolen Khmer ancient statues from Ms. Emily K. Rafferty, President of Metropolitan Museum of Art of the United States
For many years, Cambodia has been a source of patients and health tourists for nearby countries. That is about to change.
PHNOM PENH, June 17 (Xinhua) -- Cambodia and China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on Thursday vowed to further enhance cooperation in trade, investment, and tourism for mutual benefits.
Nay Pyi Taw (AsiaNews / Agencies) - The governments of Myanmar, Cambodia, Indonesia and the Philippines will collaborate in the creation of a common computerized visa program. The declaration of
Louise Southerden is treated like royalty at Phnom Penh's most resilient hotel.
A café and bookshop stocking 3,000 titles will open this month just off River Road, near the Old Market overlooking Wat Preah Prom Rath. The New Leaf Book Café is a not-for-profit business and will
Ben Coombs, unpacking his travel gear from his little red Corvette parked outside Ivy Guesthouse, said the first thing he’d be doing in Siem Reap was to see Angkor Wat at dawn. “But I won’t drive
Having been a regular visitor to Angkor for well over a decade I have seen many changes here. When I first came here to live in 2003, Angkor had 250,000 visitors. Now in 2013 the projected visitor
Two 10th-century Cambodian statues escorted by representatives from New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art arrived at the Phnom Penh International Airport at 5:27pm yesterday, 40 years after they were
PHNOM PENH – Qatar Airways recently partnered with Cambodia Airports offering 15 youngsters the opportunity to tour one of its aircraft on International Children’s Day and celebrating the carrier’s
ambodia will host meetings of the International Coordinating Committee for the Safeguarding and Development of Historic Site of Angkor (ICC-Angkor) and the 3rd Inter-Governmental Conference in
SIEM REAP, Cambodia, June 10 (Xinhua) -- The World Heritage Youth Forum opened here Sunday, aiming to raise awareness of heritage protection among youth and to underscore youth's role in conservation
10 June 2013: Cambodia is planning to start its own annual travel mart possibly as early as 2014 according to ministry of tourism officials, Thursday.
A self-taught artist who paints with house paint on home-stretched canvas is the subject of a new exhibition, titled Finding Home, at Hotel 1961.
Dengue Fever’s gig at FCC Angkor on Saturday night notched up an attendance record at FCC Angkor, with an even bigger audience than anticipated of more than 550 punters.
Flight of the Gibbon, Thailand’s leading zipline eco-adventure canopy tour operator, will open its first zipline canopy tour inside the Angkor World Heritage Site this month, and a ribbon cutting
Refurbishments are underway at the Royal Bay Inn Angkor Resort, which has been taken over by Shinta Mani’s management company HMD Asia, and is being rebranded as the Shinta Mani Resort when it
About 200 people celebrating World Environment Day on Wednesday gathered in front of the National Assembly to submit a petition asking the government to stop the destruction of Cambodia’s forests.
The government announced Monday that it will open a new passport office in the northwest province of Battambang, the first such office outside Phnom Penh.
Some 111,217 national and international tourists visit Preah Sihanouk coastal province last month, up by 6.39 percent if compared with the same period of last year.
Cambodia Angkor Air will launch routes to China and the South Korean city of Seoul by August while it eyes additional destinations to Singapore and Malaysia, according to a senior official with the
Cambodia has no shortage of NGOs happy to take time and money from well-meaning foreigners, but, for the donors, choosing a worthwhile organisation to support can appear to present a challenge.
Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, June 5 (IBNS) Ministers and tourism authorities of Myanmar, Cambodia, Indonesia and the Secretary of Tourism of the Philippines have expressed their intention to collaborate with