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Posted Date: Saturday, 08-Semtember-2012

UAE, Cambodia look to lift tourism

Malaysia tourism and travel agency officials have signed a memorandum of understanding at the Angkor Golf Resort in Siem Reap to boost golf tourism in Malaysia and Cambodia. Read More....


Posted Date: Wednesday, 29-August-2012

Angkor Golf Resort signs MoU with Tourism Malaysiaa

Malaysia tourism and travel agency officials have signed a memorandum of understanding at the Angkor Golf Resort in Siem Reap to boost golf tourism in Malaysia and Cambodia. Read More....


Posted Date: Tuesday, 28-August-2012

Tackling tourism issues

Tourism authorities are concerned that the role of Siem Reap’s Cambodian tour guides catering to Korean tourists is being usurped by interpreters, with the tour guides being relegated to mere porters. Read More....


Posted Date: Tuesday, 28-August-2012

ASEAN wants more investment, tourists from China

SIEM REAP, Cambodia, Aug. 27 (Xinhua) -- The bilateral relationship between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ( ASEAN) and China is very good and the regional bloc wants to see more investment and tourists from China, ASEAN Secretary-General Surin Pitsuwan said here Monday. Read More....


Posted Date: Friday, 24-August-2012

Cambodia, the next setting to a ‘Battle of the Rails’

According to a report published by English-written newspaper Phnom Penh Post, a new rail company, financed from Sino-Pacific Construction Consultancy Co. from China and Hikmat Asia Sdn. Bhd. from Malaysia, is looking to take over the 30-year rail concession given to Australian Toll Royal Railway and its local partner Royal Group of Companies. Read More....


Posted Date: Thursday, 23-August-2012

Sihanoukville ... Cambodia’s next travel frontier

Efforts of the Cambodian Ministry of Tourism are starting to pay off after years promoting the country’s beach destination of Sihanoukville as the next travel frontier in Cambodia. Read More....


Posted Date: Wednesday, 22-August-2012

Cambodia, World Vision announce partnership to combat child sex in tourism

A year ago, getting to Sihanoukville required perseverance and a certain degree of bravery. There had been no flights to Cambodia’s premier beach resort for years — at least no scheduled services — and cruise ships docking here were few and far between. Read More....


Posted Date: Wednesday, 22-August-2012

Cambodia’s new Tourism frontier

A year ago, getting to Sihanoukville required perseverance and a certain degree of bravery. There had been no flights to Cambodia’s premier beach resort for years — at least no scheduled services — and cruise ships docking here were few and far between. Read More....


Posted Date: Tuesday, 21-August-2012

Cambodian children discover thousand year old Buddhist statues

Archaeologists in Cambodia got some help over the weekend from a group of grimy kids. The children were bathing in a newly dug watering hole when they stumbled across six ancient Buddhist statues that experts are estimating to be more than a thousand years old. Read More....


Posted Date: Tuesday, 14-August-2012

Tourism to Cambodia grow in June

Tourist statistics in June showed arrivals from Thailand to Cambodia continued to improve, while arrivals from Laos surpassed the usual market leader China for the first time. Read More....


Posted Date: Monday, 13-August-2012

Tourism entrepreneurs get connected

A ninja delivers a high kick to a cow before punching it in the udder, and the cow, on its hind legs, squirts him with milk. The Cambodians on the bus around us roar with laughter. Read More....


Posted Date: Monday, 13-August-2012

Life still slow in Cambodia's beach towns

A ninja delivers a high kick to a cow before punching it in the udder, and the cow, on its hind legs, squirts him with milk. The Cambodians on the bus around us roar with laughter. Read More....


Posted Date: Tuesday, 09-August-2012

Cambodia's airports too pricey for AirAsia

While AirAsia, one of the world's largest low-cost airline, is gearing toward an expansion in the region, the company's chief executive said that serving Cambodia was expensive due to high airport fees. Read More....

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