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
Siem Reap provincial authorities hold a meeting on security enforcement for people and tourists on Aug. 13 in Siem Reap city under the presidency of its provincial Governor H.E. Khim Bunsong.
Cambodia’s major tourism associations have successively extended congratulations on the success of the general elections on July 28 and called for peaceful resolution to avoid the political turmoil in
Cambodia’s tourist arrivals registered a 20.1% growth in June according to the country’s statistics and tourist information department.
SIEM REAP, 15 August 2013: Dragonair, a Hong Kong-based subsidiary of Cathay Pacific, will launch a new three-weekly service to Siem Reap starting 29 October.
Last Friday the Center for Khmer Studies said goodbye to its class of 2013 Summer Junior Residents, who have been based at their Wat Damnak campus for the last six weeks.
Pumpkin and feta pizza and fresh juices feature on the menu of new café The Hive, which opened in premises formerly housing Snappy.
On Saturday night, Siem Reap provincial governor Khim Bun Song and other authorities led an inspection team that walked around the Old Market, Pub Street and some night markets to determine what
The experimental eco village project that rehoused some riverside squatters is planned with the notion that homestay revenue will help sustainability, reports Thik Kaliyann.
Hanoi, Vietnam -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/13/2013 -- Medical tourism is of course not a new concept. For years tourists from developed countries have been jumping on planes and heading out to less well off
Tourists from 11 countries will be able to arrive at two airports in the southern Indian state of Kerala without visa from the 66th Independence Day of the country on August 15.
In medical tourism, Southeast Asia is a key and fast advancing market. Cambodia and Vietnam now want a share of the action that Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia have.
“I just want to roast coffee and drink coffee,” the Kiwi owner of Feel Good, a newly opened café in Daun Penh district, tells me with a grin.
With slurp-worthy noodles on every corner, top-notch international chefs, and late-night dining aplenty, Phnom Penh is a city for foodies – you just have to know where to look. Whether you’re an
PHNOM PENH: Malaysian companies have been urged to venture into Cambodia's agriculture sector especially in paddy planting and opening up rubber estates.
PHNOM PENH - Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister and Cabinet Minister Sok An said that the country hoped to greet more Chinese tourists in order to broaden tourism ties between the two countries.
Sometimes an airplane crosses the sky,” says the narrator in Rithy Panh’s film The Missing Picture, as the camera hovers above a lone clay figurine, lying in the grass. “Is it observing us? Will it