THE ancient temple of Preah Vihear has been declared as belonging to Cambodia in a ruling by the International Court of Justice yesterday.
The International Court of Justice says Thailand must withdraw all military and police units from the area surrounding the 900-year-old Preah Vihear temple that stands on a ridge separating Thailand
Cambodia’s tourist arrivals registered a 16.9% growth in September according to the country’s statistics and tourist Information department.
PHNOM PENH/BANGKOK - The International Court of Justice on Monday afternoon unanimously confirmed Phnom Penh's sovereignty over the entire disputed promontory bearing the Preah Vihear temple on the
Crowds in the capital celebrated the 60th anniversary of Cambodia’s independence from French colonial rule on Saturday, in an event marked by the conspicuous absence of opposition politicians, who
Work is underway on the first ever feature-length English-language documentary about Battambang’s fine and performing arts school, Phare Ponleu Selpak, and its internationally lauded circus program.
A special concert will held at Angkor Wat on December 5-6 with an international cast including musicians from France and Myanmar as well as Cambodia, according to a recent Facebook posting by the
The plan to expand airports in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap inched forward yesterday as details of funding and timing were made public in a filing to the Malaysian stock exchange.
One of the paintings reflect traditional martial art boxer Proh four of the Bayon temple reflect love for art painting And the boxer's famous players Nuon Sorya.
Twenty-five young people were awarded scholarships to study traditional music and dance on Thursday, as arts organisation Cambodian Living Arts (CLA) launched a new school year.
A new art gallery and bar has opened in Battambang, bringing what its founder says is a much-needed multipurpose performance and exhibition space for the local arts scene.
A CHESHUNT man is helping to create a new home for a school in Cambodia.
Cambodia’s Information Minister H.E. Khieu Kanharith along with his spouse and the ministry’s senior officials presides over here this afternoon the opening ceremony of the Music Festival for Children
PHNOM PENH- It is probably what is still missing around Siem Reap and Angkor Wat: a full marathon of 42 km along the ruins of the majestic temples of Angkor Wat. Cambodia’s most famous architectural
The Tennis Federation of Cambodia is spreading its highly successful Junior Tennis Initiative to two schools in the greater Battambang area, boosting the number of schools and orphanages nationwide
Siem Reap’s water festival celebration has been cancelled for the second year running due to recent floods that affected many people in the province, Siem Reap governor Khim Bun Song said.
The ninth anniversary of His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni’s coronation was solemnly celebrated on Oct. 29.
The Hong Kong-based Dragonair has recently launched its new direct flights between Hong Kong and Siem Reap, home to Angkor temples, with an aim to expand its network in the region and to promote
Responsible tourism has an ugly side and you could very well be unknowingly feeding it. Picture this: You find yourself in a Third World country and you feel compelled to give something back. So, you
HONG KONG - After weeks of uncertainty as Cambodia's opposition party CNRP, led by Mr. Sam Rainsy made serious claims against CPP for electoral frauds, the country has moved towards the formation of
Chath Pier Sath’s elongated figures cling together, spanning the height of the frame, as if they’d just walked out of a Gustav Klimt painting. But rather than being surrounded by lavish gold, jewels
The makers of a $1 million Chinese film about a love story set in Siem Reap, which created a buzz at the Shanghai International Film Festival, have asked the Cambodian government for permission to
The Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra has been named Southeast Asia’s second best hotel by luxury travel magazine Condé Nast Traveller.
Cambodia’s agricultural sector is suffering due to another year of monstrous flooding, but another sector in the impoverished Southeast Asian nation has picked up the slack: Tourism has been on a
Classical dance in Cambodia is traditionally the art form of royals and deities. Troupes still tour abroad showing off the country’s cultural heritage. But back home, the industry is under threat,