Prime Minister Hun Sen announced that the Kingdom will not face a shortage of electricity next year because the government has taken steps to boost power supply.
Cyclo racing will be held in Phnom Penh next month in a bid to promote cyclos and cyclo drivers’ livelihoods.
It was on April 26 when Huawei rolled out their fourth leg of P30 Series debut with a live concert, broadcasting it live on Raksmey Hang Meas HDTV. The concert, hosted by Chan Keo Nimol, Chea Vibol and Thorn Leakana, gathered more than 9,000 people at Koh Pich.
Over 20,000 people descended upon Koh Pich at Home & Lifestyle Expo 2019.
Giant Moon Live Concert rolled out successfully by Huawei attracted the cheering crowd to rock the stage with their idols and zoom the moon with Huawei P30 Series on 26th April at Koh Pich lived stream on Raksmey Hang Meas HDTV.
Court summons social analyst Heang Kimsroeun over land reclamation complaint.
City Hall to hold a consultative forum with NGOs tomorrow.
Prime Minister Hun Sen met with over 4,000 athletes, coaches and sporting officials yesterday for his fourth annual meet and greet dinner with the kingdom’s sporting heroes.
Over 4,000 athletes, officials and coaches are set to meet Prime Minister Hun Sen at Koh Pich tomorrow for the fourth annual meeting between the kingdom’s athletes and the nation’s leader.
Isuzu introduces the new model of “Isuzu D-Max Blue Power”, the latest model of the world-class innovative pickup, at the “Isuzu D-Max Blue Power Concert”, reflecting a new image with durable exterior and muscular yet sleek look.
The National AIDS Authority and the AIDS Healthcare Foundation have appealed for support to help eradicate HIV/AIDS in the Kingdom by 2025.
Adrenaline ran high as American pop sensation Charlie Puth took the Koh Pich stage and wowed thousands of fans at the Phnom Penh leg of his Voicenotes world tour on Friday night.
‘One Call Away’ hitmaker Charlie Puth, on his Voicenotes tour, is set to conquer the big stage at Koh Pich tonight. Through Smart Axiata, the 26-year-old American singer, songwriter and producer will take us to his journey in music.
Have you already recovered from the mega concerts of the world’s most sought-after and multitalented artists in the capital?
The employment rate reaches nearly 100% as multiple sectors continue to improve.
Pink Walk organised by AIA Cambodia, to educate and raise awareness on the prevalence and perils of breast cancer in the kingdom.
CAMFOOD & CAMHOTEL 2018 exhibition is the largest gathering of hospitality and food and beverage industry in the Kingdom.
Phnom Penh will host the biggest gathering of the construction industry in Cambodia.
Interior Ministry says a man is going to be fined for displaying CPP stickers on a state-owned vehicle after a picture went viral.
Election campaigns kick off on Saturday morning in Phnom Penh and provinces as the political parties contesting the upcoming election promote their political platforms.
Election campaigning began this morning (Saturday, July 7) with thousands of people gathering at Phnom Penh’s Koh Pich (Diamond Island) for a Cambodian People’s Party rally.
With the election campaign period beginning tomorrow, parties are gearing up for large rallies to attract voters
A Cambodian krama has set a new Guinness World Record for the longest scarf in the world.
Cambodia broke a world record for the longest krama which surpassed 1,000 metres in length.
A new fair organised by the Cambodian Association of Travel Agents (CATA) will be held in the capital next month to promote local tourism destinations and products.
Pregnant women from poor families are to get cash help under a scheme announced yesterday by Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Taiwanese investors will raise a new building in Phnom Penh’s Koh Pich, also known as Diamond Island, valued at $100 million.
The third annual Cambodia Architect and Décor Expo 2018 kicks off to promising start.
An international beach volleyball competition wraps up at Koh Pich with 29 teams from 17 countries participating in the competition.
With a facade that looks more at home in a photoshopped picture of Paris than in the tropics, the Elysee sticks out like a sore thumb.