World Vision Cambodia in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism on Wednesday launched a new nationwide child-safe tourism campaign, aiming to prevent child sexual exploitation in the tourism sector.
In an effort to prevent children from being sexually exploited by tourists, World Vision, the Ministry of Tourism and the anti-human trafficking police launched a nationwide Child Safe Tourism
For years, Leang Seckon dreamed of having a home near Angkor that would be an extension of his art.
A Chinese developer with a “family-like” relationship to Prime Minister Hun Sen’s bodyguard unit has accelerated construction at its $5 billion resort – ostensibly cancelled by royal decree in 2010 –
The Angkor Sangkran celebration will again be a feature of Khmer New Year’s observances in Siem Reap. This is the second year the Sangkran will be held, but this year it will be bigger, more exciting
SIEM REAP, 17 March 2014: Officials acknowledge construction of the new Siem Reap International Airport terminal has been delayed for a third time due to a hold-ups in design and layout approval.
Women have been playing a vital role in the tourism sector, said H.E. Thong Khon, Cambodian Minister of Tourism, at a celebration of the 103rd anniversary of International Women’s Day held here late
Two cruise ships – Volendam and Europa 2 – with almost 2,000 multi-national tourists on board dock at Preah Sihanouk International Seaport on Mar. 8 for a one-day visit there.
Tourists often travel to Cambodia not just to see its sights, but to do good deeds too. Cambodia is a fertile field for charity; thanks to its bloody recent history (read about the Khmer Rouge and
Speaking at a government forum with private sectors in Phnom Penh, Hun Sen said the original idea from the Japanese side is reasonable and could lead to an increased number of tourists from Japan.
The country’s aviation authority says a US$100 million project to expand passenger terminals at Phnom Penh and Siem Reap international airports is underway.
Cambodia forecasted to receive 4.7 million foreign visitors in 2014, an estimated rise of 12 per cent from 4.2 million in 2013, China's Xinhua news agency quoted its Minister of Tourism Thong Khon as
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen expects the country to welcome 8 million foreign visitors by 2020.
Global day tour company, Urban Adventures has extended its range of free travel apps with the release of new city guides for Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, which provide travellers with in-the-know
A Chinese team of 100 casts and crews on Tuesday began to film an episodic drama series titled " Love is Brave' in Cambodia to help promote its attractive tourism destinations and culture to the
With nearby Cambodia's tourism market eclipsing 4.2 million in 2013, the stage is set for growth this year.
Expansion plans will double passenger capacity at Phnom Penh and Siem Reap airports in Cambodia, according to a local aviation official.
Low overland bus fares increased travel between Thailand, Laos and Cambodia by around 10% last year.
PHNOM PENH- Siem Reap International Airport, the air gateway serving Angkor Wat temples continue to register the highest passengers growth rates in Cambodia. Last year, the airport welcomed over 2.75
Cambodia attracted about 1.83 million visitors from its ASEAN member countries last year, up 21 percent from 1.51 million in a year earlier, a report of the Ministry of Tourism showed Sunday.
American-based non-profit organisation, Cambodian Child’s Dream, founded in February 2009, is cooperating with local authorities to develop an area of natural beauty in the Bakong district.
Cambodia’s closed 2013 with a healthy 17.5% increase in tourist arrivals according to the country’s statistics and tourist Information Department.
This year’s giant puppet parade will be artistic director Jig Cochrane’s last – having worked on the project since its inception in 2007, he will be handing over the reins from next year to student
One of the most outstanding exhibitions staged during last weekend’s Our City Festival of Art, Architecture and Ideas was the work of Siem Reap computer artist and techno geek Bruno Levy.
‘Killing fields’, unfortunately, are the words that come to mind when thinking about Cambodia.