It was early evening, and Jay Miller was standing in front of his nearly open gastropub, Alchemy, surveying the front courtyard. A full cocktail was in his hand – the first made behind the bar.
PHNOM PENH Cambodian intends to make sweeping changes to its immigration regulations that will allow foreigners to stay for up to three years on a single visa in an effort to boost long-stay tourism.
PHNOM PENH Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism forecasts around 300,000 Japanese tourists a year will visit the country by 2020.
SIHANOUKVILLE If I had to vote on it, trade shows would win. I enjoy the cut and thrust of the shop floor, the networking and catch-up time with trade show friends, the predecessors of today’s
The most awaiting event "The 3rd Thansur Bokor International Half Marathon & Bike Race" of the year on Bokor Mountain.
Tourist visits to Siem Reap province increased slightly during the first half of the year as foreign tourists lined up to see the country’s pre-eminent tourism attraction, Angkor Wat, and Cambodians
Bassaka Air has said it plans to continue serving the Cambodian domestic market, bucking analyst predictions that the airline would abandon this increasingly competitive air space once it secured a
PHNOM PENH Cambodia’s tourist arrivals increased 2.6% during January to June this year, according to the statistics and tourist Information Department.
When he first stepped foot into Cambodia for the first time eight years ago, Tan Teck Kee, a former police officer in the Singapore Police Force for 12 years, encountered an eye-opening experience in
It is a dream of many to live right by the ocean, to throw open the windows and gaze out at miles and miles of aquamarine waters and the misty horizon, to jog along the beach and inhale only the
When Mario Galán moved from his hometown of Puerto Vallarta to Mexico City to study interior design at university, he found some casual work as a dishwasher and kitchen hand. Although Galán had no
Tomorrow evening promises an unusual concert performed by 17 world-class musicians, hand-picked by Cambodia’s most highly awarded musical composer, Ung Chinary.
SIEM REAP Cambodia’s top tourist attraction, the UNESCO World Heritage Angkor Historical Park, intends to almost double entrance fees, effective from 1 February 2017.
PHNOM PENH Cambodia will apply new visas shortly that will allow senior travellers to retire in the country on one-year visas without needing to apply for a work permit.
SIEM REAP The Sokha Convention Centre in Siem Reap is scheduled to open this September on a site next to the town’s largest hotel project.
A new form of mixed accommodation, referred to as the condotel, has officially been declared open for business in the upmarket BKK 1 area of Phnom Penh.
Throughout the 1960s, a group of Chinese émigré artists travelled through Southeast Asia on a modern-day backpacker’s route: to Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar and Cambodia – including Angkor
After years of ups and downs, Frenchmen Sebastien Adnot and Nono McKay hope their new jazz club will be the hub that allows the genre to flourish in Phnom Penh.
The four countries that make up the CLMV region – Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam – received a combined total of 10 million foreign tourists during the first five months of 2016 and are expected
Deep in the lush forest of Kirirom mountain lays a resort that is slowly building itself into its own community.
Phnom Penh City Hall’s new building has massive offices occupying most floors, bringing to mind impending important meetings that would decide the fate of the capital city – if it follows the city’s
Korean barbecue meets Swiss fondue at new Korean restaurant Saranghae Cambodia.
When Christian De Boer announced his surprise resignation from his role as general manager of Shinta Mani in March, rumours swirled as to what this Siem Reap mainstay was going to do next. “He’s going
Tourism officials from four Southeast Asian countries met in Yangon on Saturday to discuss ways of working together to promote tourism in the Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam (CLMV) region.
PHNOM PENH Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism has outlined a plan to build more tourism vocational training centres due to be operational by 2019.