Sophiline Cheam Shapiro was 12 years old when she witnessed the end of the Khmer Rouge regime in 1979. On the long road home from the labour camp, the group she was with encountered communist cadres
CBRE Cambodia’s latest MarketView report sees strong growth in Cambodia’s international tourism sector, with particularly strong in international arrivals resulting in growth in hotel occupancy rates
For the first time in the event’s 37-year history, Cambodia is to host the annual Pacific Asian Tourism Association Travel Mart (PTM), an annual tourism trade fair organised by the multinational
Cambodia will host in September this year the Asia-Pacific Tourism Expo, which is a platform for tourism investors and operators to communicate and seek for cooperation to expand their tourism
SIEM REAP : New Zealand will offer US$3.7 million in aid to Cambodia to support a five-year Angkor Wat preservation project.
Cambodian composer Him Sophy is in the finishing stages of rehearsals with eight young musicians who will this weekend accompany a black-and-white Russian film with Cambodian folk songs.
With all but a verdict in Case 002/01 behind them, civil party lawyers at the Khmer Rouge tribunal are already ramping up efforts to propose a new list of reparations geared towards the victims of
From Bach to Pharrell Williams to Cambodia’s own late King Father, composers from the world over will be represented this weekend in a performance by one of Phnom Penh’s only classical music schools.
Cambodia held here this afternoon at the Friendship Building of the Office of the Council of Ministers (OCM) a ceremony to officially welcome three returned ancient statues – Duryodhana, Bhima, and
Last Saturday, the Khmer Student Association (KhSA) hosted the 18th annual New Year Show in the HUB North Ballroom. The show attracted hundreds of people to experience the Cambodian culture.
PHNOM PENH, 2 June 2014: Cambodia Association of Travel Agents says good connections and airline service from other ASEAN member countries will be the main driver to push tourism forward.
Launching ceremony of the 2nd edition of the documentary book “We Visit Angkor Temples” on May 21 in Siem Reap provincial city. 5,000 copies of the book were put on sale
Cambodia has approved the first Community Protected Area (CPA) in Lomphat Wildlife Sanctuary, located in the northeastern part of the country, according to a joint press release of People Resources
Cambodia’s tourism sector generated some US$700 million as income in the first quarter of this year, according to a report of the Ministry of Tourism.
Two years after she was walked out of the city in the middle of the night to a quiet life of retirement on the outskirts of the capital, Sambo, Phnom Penh’s iconic and much-beloved elephant, might
French NGO Sipar and Cambodia Airports – partners in the fight against illiteracy – this week published the second children’s book in a Khmer-language series titled Exploring Angkor.
Naturalist Journeys, a top nature and birding tour company, announces an upcoming Cambodia Nature and Birding Tour inviting tour participants to explore beyond the icon that draws so many to Cambodia,
PHNOM PENH - Banteay Chhmar Community-Based Tourism project is a group of local villagers from the Banteay Chhmar community dedicated to preserving and protecting the cultural heritage of their local
Mondulkiri, a northeastern province of Cambodia, has recently launched its Tourism Development Strategic Plan 2014-2018 aiming at promoting sustainable development of the tourism sector, said a press
Unique audio recordings of the Reamker have been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Local and foreign tourists tour Koh Rong island in Preah Sihanoukville coastal province on Sunday. According to Koh Rong Dive Center, at least 1,000 local and foreign tourists visit Koh Rong island
PHNOM PENH, 19 May 2014: Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism says the country’s tourism sector is growing at an unsustainable rate that will cause a massive shortfall in skilled tourism-related labour.
PHNOM PENH - UNESCO in coordination with Battambang province and tourism officials held talks recently as part of the first of several conferences on sustainable tourism for the conservation of
Cambodia’s tourist arrivals registered a 4.7% growth in March according to the country’s statistics and tourist Information Department.
Under the Khmer Rouge, most Cambodians subsisted almost entirely on a diet of borbor. Day after day, the regime’s communal kitchens would serve up a thin, watery version of the rice porridge. Amidst