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At sundown in Phnom Penh, if you go up high enough, you can often see children playing on the rooftop of the White Building.
A funeral procession mourns the death of a young man who wasn’t wearing a helmet on his moto. Scenes show him, before the crash, playing drinking games with friends and scrambling for the attention of
October marks the end of the quarterly publication The Siem Reader, the popular literary magazine published by expats mainly for expats. Filled with everything from poems to short stories to film
Vann Sopheavouth, the leader of the Shadow Puppet Troupe of Wat Bo, is on a mission – not only is he taking the ancient shadow puppet art form of sbek thom to the world at large, he is also ensuring
I stood in the corner of the small office as a remote-controlled quadcopter hovered a metre in front of me. No larger than a small pizza box, it moved from side to side, the four rotors loudly
Some 158,900 Chinese visited the World Heritage Angkor Wat temple in Siem Reap province in the first seven months of 2013, up 69 percent compared with the same period last year, figures from Siem Reap
Angkor Wat Tours  29-Aug-2013
Cambodia was once of the home of the powerful Khmer kingdom, and to this day, the country dazzles with its timeless architectural treasures. Perhaps none is quite as grand as Angkor Wat, the sprawling
Destination Asia Cambodia remains in contact with all customers, affected by this incident and will provide immediate support whenever this is needed.
There are currently some 4,000 tour guides in Cambodia, said recently Ho Vandy, Co-chair of the Government-Private Sector Working Group on Tourism.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said Tuesday that the country wanted more Malaysian investors in its agricultural sector, particularly the rice industry.
SIEM REAP, 23 August 2013: Domestic and regional airlines are scrambling to deliver more Siem Reap flights to tap the destination’s popularity with tourists.
Batdambang, Cambodia  27-Aug-2013
BATTAMBANG is one of Cambodia's biggest cities, but it's a world apart from Phnom Penh's urban bustle, enjoying an unhurried pace and a reputation for friendliness.
Siem Reap, Cambodia  27-Aug-2013
SIEM REAP (pronounced See-um Ree-up) is Cambodia's most touristy town, and has sacrificed some of its charm and authenticity as a result.
The first thing you notice about Quitapenas is the arched French windows which open out onto the restaurant’s street-level terrace, where gothic-style lanterns shed light onto wooden tables and
Living in tropical climes, one might imagine there is little call for hearty French food from Alsace-Lorraine, but The Frenchy Gecko restaurant has been pulling in happy diners since its opening at
PHNOM PENH, Aug. 21 (Xinhua) -- Cambodian and Chinese top diplomats on Wednesday pledged to maintain and further heighten bilateral ties and cooperation for the mutual benefits of the two countries
PNOM PENH - About 231,000 Chinese visited Cambodia in the first six months of the year, up 55 percent over the previous year. Cambodia received 334,000 Chinese visitors in 2012, up 35 percent
MANILA, Philippines - Cambodia, known as the Kingdom of Wonder, is well-known for its many ancient temples that draw tourists from Southeast Asia and other regions.
Some 231,000 Chinese visited Cambodia in the first six months of the year, up 55 percent compared with 149,000 over the same period last year, a report of Cambodia's Tourism Ministry showed Monday.
Since its opening in Siem Reap six months ago, Phare, the Cambodian Circus has been warmly received as a welcome addition to Siem Reap’s evening entertainment options.
It was a chance purchase in a Paris flea market that led to the discovery of 54 lost traditional Cambodian songs, according to the man into whose hands it has now landed, filmmaker Rithy Panh.
Koh Pich dining, in all its barbecued, deep fried, fairy-lit forms, is a fast and shiny experience best enjoyed with as many people as possible. From burger joints and barbecue chicken to
Sometimes, Kith Eng will turn around and, from the corner of her eye, catch a glimpse of her late husband, the famed painter, human rights activist and S-21 survivor Vann Nath. It could be a tuft of
A rose by any other name might smell as sweet, according to Shakespeare, but what about a char kway?
More and more foreign tourists visit Angkor temples in Siem Reap province. In the first seven months of this year, more than 1.28 million foreign tourists have visited Angkor temples, up by over 6
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