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  • Let's explore Angkor of Cambodia

    The most featured treasure of Hinduism architecture, Angkor, isn’t located in India – the country of Hinduism, but in Cambodia.  The Angkor temple is considered the palace of heaven where monarchs’ souls often haunt.
  • Chaul Chnam Thmey - Cambodian New Year Festival

    Cambodian New Year or Chaul Chnam Thmey in the Khmer language, literally "Enter New Year", is the name of the Cambodian holiday that celebrates the New Year. The holiday lasts for three days beginning on New Year's Day, which usually falls on April 13 or 14th, which is the end of the harvesting season, when farmers enjoy the fruits of their labor before the rainy season begins.
  • Angkor Wat and Bayon Temple of Cambodia recognized by Global TripAdvisor Community as World’s best choice destinations.

    Angkor Wat and Bayon Temple of Cambodia recognized by Global TripAdvisor Community as World’s best choice destinations.
  • Cambodia - 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.
    The experts were determining how feasible increasing entrance fees for Cambodia’s UNESCO World Heritage site would be, but had not provided a date when they expected to present their results, authority general director Bun Narith said.
  • Cambodia - Life still slow in Cambodian beach towns

    Cambodia is a country known more for the tragedy of its past than the quirks of its present.
    While the vast majority of visitors to the country flock to the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat in the West, smaller, quieter beach towns provide just as much of an insight to the Cambodian psyche.
    Kampot and Kep are two coastal spots that visitors are slowly discovering - with an emphasis on the slow. Life here is not to be rushed.
  • Tourists increase in Sihanoukville, Angkor

    CAMBODIA - Local and foreign tourism in Sihanoukville province and Angkor Wat rose significantly last month, according to tourism officials.

    Seng Kha, deputy director of the Tourism Department of Sinhanoukville province, said the number of local tourists to the province grew from 68,816 in January 2011 to 108,400 in January this year, an increase of 57.5%.

    The number of international tourists increased nearly 51 % from January 2011’s to January 2012.

  • Cambodia's Strategic Plan for Tourism by 2020

    As planned by the Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia, with seven million visitors to be attracted to to this country each year from now on, the Kingdom will reach a more than doubled number of tourism arrivals by 2020.
  • Cambodia's former King Norodom Sihanouk dies at 89

    PHNOM PENH: Norodom Sihanouk - the revered former king who was a towering figure in Cambodian politics through a half-century of war - died at the age of 89 in Beijing (China) today Octorber 15, confirmed by Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Nhik Bun Chhay.

    "Our former King died at 2:00 a.m. early Monday in Beijing due to natural cause." he told China's Xinhua news agency over telephone. "This is a great loss for Cambodia. We feel very sad. The former king was a great king that we all respect and love."
  • Cambodia will get back Batagur (Rare Royal Turtle) after 30 years bred in Vietnam

    A large mangrove terrapin called "Royal Turtle" was transferred by Vietnamese conservationists to the Cambodian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries at a ceremony in Hochiminh City on last Friday.

    The critically-endangered mangrove terrapin (Batagur affinis) was repatriated to Cambodia after more than 30 years of breeding in the Suoi Tien Cultural Tourism Park in the City.

    The Royal Turtle was bought by Dinh Van Vui, Chairman of Suoi Tien Cultural - Tourism Co. Ltd. from an unknown resident in 1980.

  • Cambodia - life still slow in cambodian beach towns

    Cambodia is a country known more for the tragedy of its past than the quirks of its present.