Approximately 60 hotels in Siem Reap have been evaluated and classified.
They sure do, according to three of Siem Reap’s top female operators – Anantara Angkor Resort’s GM Sarah Moya, Courtyard by Marriott’s GM Ashley Lai, and Treeline Urban Resort’s GM Joni Aker.
Hotel and entertainment complex Prince Tian Xi Wan breaks ground in Sihanoukville.
The Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) last week approved 11 projects worth nearly $600 million.
The Gov’t approves $4 billion worth of investment projects during the first 4 months.
Preah Sihanouk Hall instructs all businesses to install wastewater treatment basins.
Myanmar is planning to implement digital marketing to develop the country’s tourism.
Cambodia now has more than 800 hotels.
Hospitality insiders discuss the main trends, including the rise of design hotels.
Vietnam has 206 investment projects in Cambodia, with a total registered investment of $3.02 billion.
Police are investigating leaflets advertising sex services with pictures of naked Chinese women distributed in Sihanoukville.
The event attracted more than one hundred exhibitors, including tour agents, hotels and guesthouses, restaurants, and manufacturers.
Sri Lanka’s medical officials will carry out an AIDS awareness campaign in tourist hotels.
A new investment consulting firm based in Phnom Penh launches.
Health Ministry will fine people who smoke in public places, with double penalties for locations such as restaurants and hotels.
Vattanac Capital Tower, one of the most recognisible elements of the city’s skyline, was officially inaugurated on Saturday.
Cambodia continues to welcome more and more foreign investments to its cradle. Restaurants, hotels, real estates and other business ventures have sprouted almost everywhere over the last few years.
The Riverside, being one of the most visited places in the capital, has been a witness of how and when restaurants, bars, hotels and massage parlors have sprouted along its strip.
President Rodrigo Duterte decides to shut the holiday hotspot of Boracay.
Cambodia is expected to welcome 6.1 million international visitors in 2018.
1,000 new hotel and guesthouse rooms will be built this year in Sihanoukville.
The seaside city of Sihanoukville, the home to Cambodia’s only deep-sea port, has seen massive investment from China in the past few years.
Authorities issue a letter, asking all residents and owners to control the disposal of trash.
Land prices in Siem Reap town increased slightly last year compared with the previous year.