Tourism Ministry establishes five professional working teams for the development of the tourism industry in Preah Sihanouk.
Cambodia welcomes 4.3 million holidaymakers from January to September, an increase of 11.8 percent compared to the same period last year.
Roads to Koh Kong to be repaired in time for the Sea Festival.
Small Planet Airlines is planning a direct flight between Siem Reap and Tokyo.
Tourism Ministry says it is consolidating existing offerings to Japanese tourists.
The sixth edition of the Camfood and Camhotel expos begin in order to attract more visitors.
Cambodia now has more than 800 hotels.
The Ministry of Tourism is calling on owners of restaurants to enter a nation-wide culinary contest, announcing that the deadline to submit applications has been pushed back to the end of September.
The number of outbound Cambodian travellers has increased by 14.5 during the first half of the year due to higher incomes.
Phnom Penh and Siem Reap will each host a tourism business fair next month, an expo that will serve as a platform for local and international businesses to connect and increase their networks.
About 3 million international tourists visited the Kingdom during the first half of the year, a hike of 13 percent, according to the Ministry of Tourism.
The event attracted more than one hundred exhibitors, including tour agents, hotels and guesthouses, restaurants, and manufacturers.
The Cambodian tourism sector is set for spectacular growth in the next few years, thanks to industry networking through the Cambodia Tourism Federation (CTF) and support from the Ministry of Tourism.
Tourism officials and industry insiders say the upcoming election is not affecting the flow on tourists into the Kingdom.
Cambodia will have a direct air connection with Indonesia as soon as next year.
With the rise of living standards and incomes in the Kingdom, more and more Cambodians are seeking medical treatment abroad.
To increase transparency in the tourism industry, the government has issued a directive regulating the use of service fees.
The government on Wednesday announced they are working on a loan scheme that will help tourism students finance courses at universities and vocational centres.
The Ministry of Tourism announces a series of competitions aimed at enhancing the quality of tourism services in the Kingdom and widening the country’s tourism offer.
A new contest to find the best community-based tourism sites.