11 major restaurants have volunteered to move for a project to improve the site.
Apsara Authority reiterates all political parties not to use Angkor Wat to garner support.
Apsara Authority has taken immediate action to safeguard wildlife at Bakong temple.
Restoration of relics previously found in excavation pits in Angkor Wat has begun.
APSARA National Authority is planning to distribute 110,000 seedlings in Siem Reap to promote greenness.
Visits to the 3rd floor of the central tower at Bayon temple are temporarily prohibited.
Apsara Authority is taking legal action against two men who posed as its officials.
The Apsara Authority to deepen eight ancient ponds and fill them with water.
Villagers in Siem Reap hand over two ancient pieces of pottery found in land.
An Apsara Authority group answers a question surrounding King Jayavarman VII’s statue.
A 23-km bicycle trail is to be on around the Angkor Archaeological Park.
Elephants in the Angkor area are being transferred to Bos Thom community forest.
The public is called to stop reposting old pictures of garbage at the Angkor Wat.
Apsara Authority officials have unearthed an ancient head of a Bodhisattva statue.
Actions are taken against who consume food or alcohol at the Angkor Wat moat, Prohm Kel temple and Trapaing Ses pond.
Construction of canals surrounding forest areas in Angkor Park to be started.
Over 60,000 tree saplings are planted in Siem Reap province’s Angkor area.
Events held to plant a total of 4,000 trees in Preah Vihear and Siem Reap.
Legal action is warned against who advertise Angkor Archaeological Park land for sale.
The Apsara Authority is planning a campaign to have 40,000 new trees planted.
The Apsara Authority is planning a campaign to have 40,000 new saplings planted.
Archaeologists with the Apsara Authority have uncovered the upper portion of the submerged northern foundation of the Ak Yum temple after the water level at West Baray lake receded due to hot weather.
The Apsara Authority is pumping water into the moat and ponds at Angkor Wat.
The Apsara Authority has banned visitors from eating food in the World-heritage temple complex.
The Apsara Authority has received the Smoke-free Heritage Award from the Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance.
Public boards on the prohibition against buying and selling land in Angkor area.
The Apsara Authority has been installing boards informing the public on the prohibition against buying and selling land in Siem Reap province’s Angkor area, following recent Facebook posts of land sales in the world heritage protected site.
More than 100 of stele-like stone labels identifying the various temples, in Khmer and English, are to be installed on the Angkor sites by the Apsara Authority.
The Apsara Authority has started a pilot project to treat contaminated water,
An Apsara Authority committee to relocate vendors around Preah Pithu temple.