Young Cambodians will now learn about tourism in grades 11 and 12, according to the new curriculum for public education that was launched yesterday. The development is aimed at enhancing quality in
Cambodia Airlines is expected to receive an initial investment of about $20 million, a sum an airline expert says contradicts the new flag carrier’s “aggressive” expansion plans, which would probably
Cambodian and Kuwaiti diplomats exchanged views on issues of Syria, Iran and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Monday, and both sides expressed desires to see peaceful solutions to
Tourists from Arab and Middle Eastern countries are top spenders in Cambodian tourism, according to a recent assessment.
Director Rithy Panh put Khmer Rouge survivors firmly back in the picture yesterday, taking home the 2013 Cannes Film Festival’s Un Certain Regard award for his autobiographical documentary L’mage
Jeff Opperman, a senior freshwater scientist with the Nature Conservancy, is taking a once-in-a-lifetime trip down the Mekong River in Southeast Asia with his wife and two children, ages 8 and 10.
One new place opening this weekend, Noodle Café, combines the fusion of traditional noodle with a modern twist.
The streets of downtown Siem Reap will be alive with the strains of Debussy and Rachmaninov on Tuesday night.
A ‘village’ of eleven traditional Khmer houses from different eras and different provinces has been carefully built as part of an uber-chic new hotel, Sala Lodges.
The circus big-top, a 400-seat venue, finally arrived in Siem Reap from France on May 11, and is now in the process of being installed and readied for performance, according to Huot Dara, co-director
Ethical Khmer crafty company Artisans Angkor has been steadily going from strength to strength since its conception in 1998. But now a trendy new Parisian concept store, Babel, is to stock its
Here's a random peek inside the home airport lounge of Cambodia Angkor Air, the national carrier of Cambodia. On a trip from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City, we booked ourselves in Business Class and
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Wednesday told landowners in the coastal province of Kep to pay their taxes on unused land and increase the amount of investment in the area to attract more visitors.
Popular Temple Town band The Siem Reapers is spreading its wings further afield, having made its Phnom Penh debut last month at FCC Phnom Penh.
CAMBODIA is a country rich in history and culture. Though still recovering from the effects of the devastating war that tore the country apart during the 1970s, the passage of time and a
PHNOM PENH - Cambodia is looking to become the transit nation of Southeast Asia, capitalizing of trade and visitors flows between Thailand and Vietnam.
There's a new kid on the Indo-Chinese bloc. Actually Cambodia is not that new to the seasoned traveller, but hardly a blip on the radar for most British tourists. Only about 100,000 of us visited last
Some 67,163 local and foreign tourists visit the coastal province of Preah Sihanouk during His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni’s birthday holiday from May 12 to 15, 2013.
Cambodia’s Information Minister H.E. Khieu Kanharith leads a delegation of his ministry’s officials and a group of Ker Damnel Khmer (Khmer Heritage) for a study tour at Koh Keo (Koh Ker) Temple in
ASEAN Bike Fest 2013 has been recently organized at the heart of Cambodia, Phnom Penh capital, following its big success from last year.
Siem Reap ranks number nine among among Agence France-Presse’s 10 tourist destinations, which was published on May 4.
Tourists preferred to visit Cambodia’s northeastern provinces, particularly Ratanakkiri, during the public holidays to celebrate King Norodom Sihamoni’s birthday, according to officials.
Buoyed by the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s decision this month to return two stolen statues, Cambodia is asking other museums to examine any Khmer antiquities they acquired after 1970, when a 20-year
Thailand-based Akaryn Hospitality Management Services (AHMS) has unveiled plans to open a destination spa and retreat on Koh Krabeay, a private island in Cambodia, in Q2 2015.
A new round of art repatriation is happening in the United States. American museums and private collectors are giving back prized antiquities following foreign governments’ claim that the treasures