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
Google representatives say people around the world will soon be able to go online and view close-up pictures of Phnom Penh’s streets and even the temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park in Siem
The Whiffenpoofs of Yale University performed a sell-out show on Tuesday night at the Victoria Angkor Resort and Spa, singing a mixture of gospel, jazz and pop classics.
When thinking of museums in Cambodia, it’s usually ancient carvings and Khmer sculptures that come to mind. But there’s a new museum in town, and it doesn’t have even the slightest connection to
After a year of renovations, the long-awaited Park Hyatt Siem Reap finally opens on Monday, boasting 108 rooms and suites, two swimming pools, a revamped café-deli and a new-look bar lounge. Insider
Phnom Penh International Airport’s navigation system will be upgraded today with the instalment of a new satellite-based system that aims to improve efficiency and reduce fuel usage, an aviation
People around the world will soon be able to go online and view close-up pictures of Phnom Penh’s streets and the temples of Angkor Wat, Google representatives announced in Phnom Penh.
Wearing a school uniform dotted with earthy stains, the 8-year-old runs across the school yard at her remote school, her black, sleek ponytail bounces as she keeps slipping out of her shoes. At first
Global Internet giant Google on Tuesday took another step into Cambodia with the launch of its Google Maps Street View image-collecting project in Phnom Penh.
Tourism is one of the major sectors supporting the Cambodian economy. Last year, the country attracted 3.58 million foreign tourists, generating 2.2 billion US dollars in revenues.
Cambodian Minister of Tourism Thong Khon said Tuesday that the July 28 national elections would not affect international tourist arrivals thanks to the country's sound security condition and political
A delegation of Chinese trade officials from southwest China's Chongqing Municipality is visiting Cambodia to explore trade and investment opportunities and further enhance bilateral economic ties.
To launch its new Siem Reap service, Thai AirAsia will sell discount fares for travel 1 October, this year to 5 August 2014.
Despite being open for just seven months, Mie Café is already causing a stir among Siem Reap foodies.
Earthbound Siem Reap expats will shortly be able to fly high – and relatively cheaply – due to Bangkok Airway’s monopoly on the Siem Reap-Bangkok route being smashed with the entry into the market of
Reapers Reapers looking to pick up an unusual or highly original keepsake need look no further than Wa Gallery at FCC Angkor. Filled with candy-coloured Buddhas, stingray jewellery and vintage Afghan
A new boutique hotel with an at-one-with-nature ethos has opened near Wat Preah Enkosei – set back from the River Road, Natura Resort’s nine rooms seek to blend in with their leafy environment.
Although Siem Reap is known as the land of smiles, the growth of the culture, civilization and power, the real estate sector in the province for the first six months of 2013 has not increased a great
SONG SAA, Cambodia — Approaching this modest outcropping of sand, rocks and tropical foliage off Cambodia’s coast, a local resident might assume the thatched-roof huts on the shore belong to yet
PHNOM PENH, 18 July 2013: Cambodia’s tourist arrivals registered a 25.3% growth in May according to the country’s statistics and tourist information department.