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
Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister and Cabinet Minister Sok An said Monday that the country hoped to greet more Chinese tourists in order to broaden tourism ties between the two countries.
Hanoi, Vietnam -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/05/2013 -- World travel expert Lonely Planet have given yet another boost to Cambodian Tour companies as they list Cambodia in their recently publish. Best-value
Cambodia received 2.09 million international visitors in the first six months of the year, up 19 percent compared with the 1.75 million tourists over the same period last year, figures from the
Tuggu, a new river-side men’s and women’s clothing shop, has opened on Pokambor Avenue, next to Monument Books. Paolly Theun, the boutique’s owner, designs much of the stock himself, while other items
It’s hard to go anywhere in Siem Reap without tripping over a massage shop, but now relaxation-seeking Reapers can learn to do it themselves at the town’s first massage school which has just opened.
Soann Kann, former manager at Bodia Spa and the man who brought you Sokkhak Spa, has opened his first restaurant, Chanrey Tree, a fine-dining Khmer eatery.
For decades, both weekends and weekdays, people of all ages can be seen eating and sitting around the public garden along the riverside or at the Royal palace.
There's a new craze in town, and it’s not the latest dance. Shisha smoking, also known as hookah or hubble-bubble, is a popular trend in many parts of the world, and now in Cambodia.
Dragonair has announced that it will launch a new three-times-weekly seasonal service to Siem Reap, the closest gateway to the ancient temples of Angkor, from 29 October 2013 (subject to government
For many Hongkongers, Southeast Asian countries offer great escape during the summer holidays. However, while most travellers focus on the fun and relaxation highlighted in advertisements, few are
Tuk-Tuk rides are a must for any visitor who arrives in Asia. Few, however, drive to their hometown airport in one.
Obeying the geek within, I decided to go to Cambodia to see the temple of Angkor Wat. I admit Cambodian food was my ulterior motive as I wanted to find the missing Cambodian piece that fitted into my