Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday doubled down on his May pledge that the annual Water Festival and accompanying boat races – held only intermittently and in truncated fashion since tragedy hit the
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday delivered a familiar, and traditionally futile, annual appeal to the transportation industry not to raise fares over Pchum Ben.
PHNOM PENH Small Planet Airlines, a Lithuanian leisure airline, is seeking approval from Cambodia’s civil aviation department to operate flights out of the country to South Korea and China.
PHNOM PENH Spring Airlines, a Chinese budget airline, is holding talks with the Cambodia government to open a commercial pilot training school in the country.
PHNOM PENH Cambodia’s tourist arrivals improved 3.4% during January to July, this year, according to the Statistics and Tourist Information Department.
BANGKOK The Thai Cabinet ratified, last week, an agreement between Thai and Cambodian civil aviation authorities that removed restrictions on airline seat capacity between the two countries.
PHNOM PENH Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism is preparing a draft law to govern ecotourism that when approved could support environment protection.
HONG KONG China’s Spring Airlines steps up international flights from Guangzhou to Cambodia by adding a Phnom Penh service.
Creative production company Bambu Stage will turn a fresh lens on the temples of Angkor tomorrow when it premieres its second show of the year, Temples Decoded. The program delves into the mysteries
The popular analogy that Cambodia is the Wild West of Asia became a little more real last month when Jack Saloon opened its swinging double doors in the capital’s Tonle Bassac neighbourhood.
In January 2014, a pair of devout vegans from Britain hit the road on a mission to “find, eat and write about the best vegan food in the world”. They dubbed it Vegan Food Quest.
While scant details have been revealed, Sokha Hotel’s expansion plans for the peninsula of Chroy Changvar is now shaping up with more light being shed on the nature of the project and, most
The development of Thai Boon Roong’s 500-metre high Twin Trade Center will begin late this year, according to project insiders, who say the developer has secured funding to kickstart the construction
The Apsara Authority has turned to Facebook to allay fears surrounding the sudden emergence of blue-green algae in the waters around the Angkor Thom historical site that have sparked concerns about
Multidisciplinary artist Kong Vollak has made a career out of printmaking, carving his sharp designs into stone, copper and aluminium. Next week, though, he will serve as curator of his own group
The Ministry of Tourism is preparing a draft law for eco-tourism with the hope that it will keep Cambodia’s tourism industry competitive while protecting the Kingdom’s natural resources and promoting
SIEM REAP Apsara Authority says it will intensify efforts to introduce solar power to serve the Angkor Archaeological Park to help protect the environment.
The government is conducting an audit of NagaWorld in Phnom Penh to assess its tax liabilities on non-gaming operations after finding “discrepancies” last year that prompted the first-ever government
Just days since a Singaporean developer announced it had shelved The Bay, its $500 million mixed-use development, citing marketing conditions and an oversupply of condominium units, another
SIHANOUKVILLE Sihanouk provincial authorities plan to recruit 30 lifeguards to help make the province’s seven beaches safer for swimmers.
PHNOM PENH Cambodia and Malaysia will sign a Memorandum of Understanding on tourism, this October, for training and community-based tourism.
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