Minister says companies offering ‘zero-dollar’ tour packages are damaging the sector.
This year’s Cambodia Travel Mart, to be held in the capital in October, will attract 6,000 participants from 60 countries.
Cambodia aims to attract more than 300,000 Japanese tourists a year by 2020.
The Minister of Tourism calls for cooperation between the public and private sectors.
National Sport Lottery Co. Ltd inaugurated its Kampong Chhnang branch yesterday with officials claiming it would contribute to the promotion and development of sport in the kingdom.
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).
This year’s Cambodia Travel Mart will be considerably larger than the previous one.
NagaWorld hosts a special reward ceremony for the Kingdom’s medal-winning athletes.
The 5th Khmer Empire Marathon race concludes with over 3,000 runners pound Siem Reap streets to raise money for charity.
During the first four months of 2018, Cambodia welcomed more than 647,000 Chinese visitors, an increase of more than 79%.
The government has launched an eco-label programme to categorise beaches in the kingdom, hoping to attract more tourists.
The Cambodian Association of Travel Agents (CATA) celebrated its 22nd anniversary under the theme “Bun Phum CATA” at Raffles Hotel Le Royal.
Leaders of government speak on the role of women in Cambodian society.
The purchase of tickets to the Unesco-listed Angkor temple complex will be available online.
An inter-ministerial committee is established to organise the upcoming River Festival.
Yunnan’s tourism pledge to boost Cambodia’s appeal as a tourism destination.
For the year 2017, we expect to receive 5.6 million foreign tourists. This will be the first time we experience double digit growth in traveller volume in almost 10 years.
The Tourism Minister asks Ji Xiangqi for guidance in drafting a master tourism plan.
The first direct flight between Japan and Cambodia bumps up the number of Japanese tourists visiting the kingdom, helping the government edge closer to its goal of 300,000 by 2020.
NagaCorp Ltd., through its wholly-owned subsidiary NagaWorld Limited, which owns, manages and operates NagaWorld, announces a soft opening ceremony for its new Naga2 and NagaCity Walk.
The kingdom will surpass its goal of attracting 2 million Chinese holidaymakers by 2020.