The New York Times has released their starter kit for escaping into the world – their renowned list of the “52 best places to go in the world”.
While Angkor Wat is world-famous, only a handful of hardy travellers know of the existence of the Banteay Chhmar temple.
Minister of Tourism Thong Khon leads a blessing ceremony for happiness in front of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap province.
The 22nd Angkor Wat International Half Marathon concluded around the temples of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, with an estimated 10,000 runners.
Revenue from ticket sales to foreigners visiting Cambodia’s famed Angkor archaeological park reached USD95.6 million in the first 11 months of 2017, up 72 percent compared to the same period last year, said a statement…
Angkor Wat of Cambodia came out on top of the list of the best UNESCO world heritage sites
The six winners of various categories of Miss Earth 2017 said that they have been overwhelmed by the hospitality, beauty and architectural wonders of Cambodia and NagaWorld, during their weeklong stay in the country.
A research laboratory dedicated to preserving Angkor Wat’s Preah Pithu temples is unveiled.
The Apsara Authority bans food vendors from setting up on the grass in front of Angkor Wat.
A floating bridge made of polythene air bags is attracting local tourists to Angkor Wat, as the original bridge undergoes repairs.
You may have heard about an impressive recent archaeological find near Angkor Wat: but did you know that Singapore and Cambodia have a strong working relationship in archaeology?
The Khmer Empire Marathon wraps up with over 3,500 runners from 53 countries attending the race around the historic Angkor Wat.
PM Hun Sen has called on international committee responsible for safeguarding Angkor Wat to extend coverage to the Sambor Prei Kuk.
Following a spike in Angkor Park ticket prices, the government has seen revenues rise.
A tour operator in Siem Reap said yesterday it would reduce work hours for elephants during high temperatures following the collapse and death of an elephant which had been ferrying tourists in 40 degree heat.