It is every expat’s dream to explore all the nooks and crannies of Cambodia before bidding farewell to this Kingdom of Wonder.
The Ministry of Public Works is seeking funding to build a tourist port in Kep, according to a ministry official.
The Salt Association of Kampot and Kep will be dissolved at the end of this month.
Minister of Tourism Thong Khon, on behalf of the National Committee for the Management and Development of the Bay of Cambodia, handed over two beach cleaning machines to Preah Sihanouk province on Thursday (Jan. 31).
Four administrations are urged to prevent illegal encroachment of coastal zones.
Sporting and tourism authorities are to organise the first international cycling event.
A report stating that 17 people died and 52 were injured in 534 fires in 2018.
Police in Kep province on Tuesday warned vendors at the popular crab market to refrain from using rigged scales when it comes to selling goods to tourists.
The growth in Cambodia’s real estate sector has been turning heads as of late. Housing trends in the country are changing massively. Living standards and land values are going up.
A new water treatment system, donated by Malaysian firms in Kep.
The kingdom’s leading sporting governing body has suggested modifying the schedule of December’s annual Sea Festival.
Seafood was already a big rendezvous at the French inspired La Coupole Restaurant located within Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra.
The Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology yesterday said that heavy rain has continued to fall in multiple provinces.
Four mining zones have been opened up for local and foreign companies to invest in, as two move towards operation.
A new study estimates the high cost of using the Kamchay hydropower dam in Kampot.
A former monk is detained for questioning after PM accused him of being a fake monk.
An American is arrested over the murder and attempted rape of a Cambodian masseuse.
7 cities are honored in the second edition of the country’s Clean City Contest.
The government sets February 27 as annual National Clean City Day to remind people to care for the country’s urban areas.
Battambang, Kep and Siem Reap receive the Asean clean tourism award.
As the lunch hour inches closer and the sun gets brighter, Kep’s small-yet-bustling Psar Kdam (crab market) is filling up fast.
PM appeals to authorities and the armed forces to facilitate traffic and public order on New Year’s Eve.
The festival was to celebrate Cambodia’s coastline, with PM saying Cambodia has the most beautiful bays in the world.
The Asian Development Bank funds $950,000 into an environmental infrastructure project around Crab Market (Phsar Kdam).
A recent study has found that the coconut sector in the kingdom remains largely underdeveloped and untapped.
Salt from Kep may attain geographical indication status, after producer associations appeal to the Ministry of Commerce.
The sixth Sea Festival will take place in Kep province from December 22 to 24, according to a government statement issued this week.
Kep and Pursat provinces were granted Asean environmental awards in Brunei, a first for Cambodia.
The coastal province of Kep in southern Cambodia, only 146 kilometres from Phnom Penh, is set to attract increased investment in the near future due to low land prices.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says he has rejected proposals for investment in seaweed plantations in Preah Sihanouk and Kep.