Series of educational programmes to encourage students to learn about ancient temples in Siem Reap.
TripAdvisor has ranked Angkor Wat Temple as the World’s Best Landmark for 2018.
The Apsara Authority approves more than 500 construction and repair applications inside the Angkor Archaeological Park.
More than 2,000 luxury timber saplings have been planted around the Angkor complex in Siem Reap province.
The Apsara Authority is stepping up its efforts to manage and maintain forest cover surrounding the Angkor World Heritage Site.
The Apsara Authority renews its warning that it will remove unauthorised constructions.
The Apsara Authority is planning to erect twelve cell towers disguised as trees within Angkor Archaeological Park.
The foreign letters written on the stones of the Angkor Wat temple were written during the 17th century and before the 1990s.
Apsara Authority starts a heritage education program at the Sras Srong Primary School.
The Apsara Authority denounces that land in the Angkor site was being sold off.
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.
The Heritage Protection Police at Angkor Wat detained two Russians for taking photos in “sexy clothes” at Preah Khan temple in the Angkor Archaeological Complex, Siem Reap province.
An ancient jar is brought to the Preah Norodom Sihanouk-Angkor Museum.
Some pieces of ancient pottery are delivered to the Apsara Authority by the Association of Chinese Language Guides.
Some pieces of ancient pottery have been delivered to the Apsara Authority by the Association of Chinese Language Guides and the artefacts will be kept in the provincial museum.
Repairs on an ancient sandstone statue discovered in Siem Reap province in July are 50 percent complete.
The Apsara Authority signs a deal with South Korea to restore the Elephant Terrace.
A research laboratory dedicated to preserving Angkor Wat’s Preah Pithu temples is unveiled.
Two human skulls more than 3,000 years old have gone on display in a museum for the first time since their discovery 10 years ago.