Hundreds of tourists are visiting the Chreav waterfalls in Kampong Speu province.
Khmer Times journalist Taing Rinith shares his thought on how people can avoid COVID-19 – by considering the worst case scenario – as Cambodians look forward to a long holiday next week
Phnom Penh, Ratanakiri and Kampot set measures to protect public during holidays.
Tighter security will be expected across the country in conjunction with the holidays.
Ministry orders measures to ensure safety during the substitute public holidays.
The upcoming national holidays will increase accommodation fees and prices of other tourism services.
Did you know that the word ‘Phchum’ itself means to congregate or to meet together? It is said that Phchum Ben is the time of the year where families find quality time to spend with each other.
The government has decided to reduce the number of public holidays next year from 28 days to 22 days.
In Cambodia, where holidays and festivals abound, the three-day Bon Om Touk or the Water Festival that begins next week easily takes the spotlight.
A French seafood farmer is proposing lemon-flavoured oysters this holiday season.