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Posted Date: Wednesday, 18-July-2012

Casinos are flourishing across Southeast Asia and big investors are keen to build more

POIPET: Circling Bangkok's Lumpini Park looking for passengers, the double-decker bus operated by Cherd Chai Tour company is one of dozens that leave the centre of Thailand's capital for the Cambodian border every morning. Read More....


Posted Date: Wednesday, 18-July-2012

Temple fees may rise

SIEM REAP, 17 July 2012: Apsara National Authority will increase entrance fees at Angkor Wat once a feasibility study has been concluded by tourism experts. Read More....


Posted Date: Friday, 13-July-2012

Aspara studying ticket cost

Ticket prices for Angkor Wat will increase after a feasibility study is conducted by tourism experts, according to an official from the Apsara National Authority, the state-run body charged with maintaining the archaeological park. Read More....

Posted Date: Friday, 13-July-2012

A resort in the clouds

Bokor Mountain, just two hours from Phnom Penh and a towering 1,075 metres above sea level, is a quintessential Kampot experience. Read More....


Posted Date: Monday, 02-July-2012

Cambodian temples that aren't Angkor Wat

At the turn of the millennium, when Cambodia was still reeling from decades of civil war, one could spend hours walking around Angkor Wat Archaeological Park without seeing a single foreigner. Read More....


Posted Date: Saturday, 30-Jun-2012

Siem Reap-based art movie inspired by travels

Hotel de la Paix, which is shortly to close its doors and re-emerge next year as a Park Hyatt hotel, has been immortalised in a Singapore-made art film, I Have Loved, directed and written by Elizabeth Wijaya and Lai Weijie. Read More....


Posted Date: Wednesday, 27-Jun-2012

Big rise in Vietnamese tourists to Cambodia

Cambodia saw a large increase in the number of Vietnamese tourists visiting the country in the first five months of this year, to about 305,000. Read More....


Posted Date: Wednesday, 27-Jun-2012

Cambodian Minister of tourism praises tour guide training​

In its speech, Cambodia Tourism Minister Dr Thong Kong praised the tourism sector as a major driver in jobs' creation, generating immediate benefits for a wide circle of local people. The UNWTO estimates that each job in the tourism sector is generating up to two jobs in other sectors. Read More....


Posted Date: Wednesday, 27-Jun-2012

Follow the crowds to Cambodia's Angkor Wat

There's one thing very difficult to find around Cambodia's Angkor Wat - solitude. The world's largest religious site attracts around 1.6 million visitors a year. Read More....


Posted Date: Wednesday, 23-Jun-2012

Mekong countries to promote tourism co-operation​

Mayors of cities in the expanded Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) will meet in HCM City to discuss tourism co-operation, product enhancement, and promotion of youth tourism. Read More....


Posted Date: Wednesday, 13-Jun-2012

Travel groups weigh Cambodia's potential ​

The Philippine Travel Agencies Association said it will explore tourism potential between the Philippines and Cambodia. Read More....


Posted Date: Wednesday, 13-Jun-2012

EU crisis to hit tourism again ​

The World Bank yesterday said developing countries should brace for a long period of volatility in global markets, which could impact tourism-reliant nations such as Cambodia. Read More....


Posted Date: Wednesday, 13-Jun-2012

Tourism post for Olympic Committee official ​

A surge in the sports-related tourism in Cambodia over the last 12 months has led to the creation of a new role in the tourism ministry for the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia Secretary-General Vath Chamroeun. Read More....


Posted Date: Wednesday, 13-Jun-2012

Flights boost tourism to Cambodia's seaside ​

Increased flight connections to Sihanoukville helped boost tourism figures in the seaside province during the first five months of the year, tourism officials said yesterday. Read More....

Posted Date: Monday, 11-Jun-2012

Angkor's temples in danger of being loved too much​

The temples of Angkor have stood for as much as 1,000 years. They have survived wars both ancient and modern, as well as a period of obscurity when they were hidden by the jungle and all but forgotten. Read More....


Posted Date: Monday, 4-Jun-2012

Koreans aim for medical tourists from Kingdom

The 24,000 Cambodians who visited South Korea during 2011 included about 100 people going for medical services, most of them high-ranking Cambodian government officials, according to Charm Lee, President of the Korea Tourism Organization. Read More....


Posted on May 23, 2012

Cambodian PM urges direct flight with India to promote business, tourism

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday called for a direct flight between Cambodia and India to boost the bilateral ties in trade, investment and tourism. Read More....


Posted on March 20, 2012

CTM First City Cyclo Tour

Cambodia Tourism Magazine conducted a Cyclo Tour in Phnom Penh City last March 17, 2012. As we all know cyclo is a trademark in Southeast Asia for transportation. In Cambodia cyclo is still used for transportation in City Capital only. You can see cyclo's anywhere in the streets in Phnom Penh. Read More....

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