Cambodia’s unique architecture has always been a great crowd-puller. In fact, people from all over the world come to the Kingdom’s famous Angkor Wat, Royal Palace and other sites that depict the country’s rich traditional designs.
Cambodia has three sites inscribed on the World Heritage list. The Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world and the largest tourist attraction site of Cambodia, was added to the World Heritage list by Unesco in 1992.
The Apsara Authority is pumping water into the moat and ponds at Angkor Wat.
This week, Siem Reap has welcomed two internationally high-profile alpha women who are poles apart in their work and philosophies, but who are both authors and have also both made their mark in what was once regarded as a man’s world.
Over 1,000 participants hailing from 42 countries are present at the starting line for the fourth Ultra Trail d’Angkor.
Despite the general consensus that the property market in Siem Reap has slowed down, many experts are bullish on the potential of the area.
Out with the old, in with the new. It is that time of the year again where you tell yourself that the year ahead will be different – that this time you are determined to convert into a full-blown vegan or go down a few sizes.
The 23rd Angkor Wat International Half Marathon last Sunday became a huge opportunity for people from different countries to recognise and celebrate the Angkor Archaeological Park, as well as health and wellness.
Local and international runners run through the Angkor Archaeological Park for the 23rd Angkor Wat International Half Marathon on December 2, principally sponsored by Manulife.
Cambodia’s general manager Keisuke Honda has broken his silence after the kingdom’s poor showing at the ongoing AFF Suzuki Cup.
Organisers of Angkor Wat International Half Marathon laud its continued popularity.
Runners are set to descend for the running of Angkor Wat Int’l Half Marathon.
In the second installment of ‘Siem Reap Beyond the Temples’, Agnes Alpuerto continues her journey through the unusual and lesser travelled spots of the tourist-favourite metropolis.
The government earned $85.57 million in revenue from the sale of tickets at Angkor Wat for this year’s first nine months.
Team Kara will represent Cambodia in the Asia Cross Country Rally – or the AXCR for short – when the starting gun fires in Pattaya.
TripAdvisor has ranked Angkor Wat Temple as the World’s Best Landmark for 2018.
Over 2,000 runners sign up for the annual Angkor Khmer Empire Marathon.
Cambodia earns $61.4 million in revenue from the sale of tickets at Angkor Wat during the first half of 2018.
The foreign letters written on the stones of the Angkor Wat temple were written during the 17th century and before the 1990s.
Cambodia asks to halt Thai rice products that use Angkor Wat in their branding.
Siem Reap is undeniably one of the most visited cities in the region. Who would want to miss such a historical and cultural place?
Some 1.82 million national and international tourists joined the Angkor Sankranta 2018, the sixth of its kind, in Siem Reap cultural province, a 15.14 percent year-on-year increase, Minister of Tourism H.E. Thong Khon said.
The Angkor Sankranta 2018, organised on the occasion of the Khmer Traditional New Year gained momentum in Siem Reap provincial city.
The original bridge leading to Angkor Wat will be temporarily reopened for use over Khmer New Year, say authorities.
The Apsara Authority to excavate the northern and southern ponds of Angkor Wat.
A British expat convicted of producing pornography over the promotion of a pool party is released from prison.
Deputy Prime Minister says that the Ministry of Culture should produce a big budget film documenting the Angkor temples.
Cambodia and Indonesia agree to cooperate to boost their tourism markets.
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.