A two-hour wait for a train to the airport with questionable reliability. That was what Rama Ariadi found out when he tried to get to Pochentong.
PM left the country this morning to attend the 32nd Asean Summit in Singapore.
The railway line connecting the Phnom Penh train station to theairport was launched on Tuesday morning in a bid to ease traffic flow.
A total of 43 Cambodian citizens who were convicted of crimes in the US arrived yesterday in the Kingdom.
The rail link from Phnom Penh International Airport to the city will be ready for service before the start of Khmer New Year.
A third Cambodian woman was repatriated from Saudi Arabia on Monday after she worked there as a maid without pay.
Court of Appeal upholds the life sentences of two foreigners for transporting cocaine.
PM left Cambodia to attend the Asean-Australia Special Summit which will take place this weekend in Sydney.
The general manager of Starbucks Cambodia recently hosted a panel discussion with the operations services specialist, district manager and a store manager of the global coffee chain.
A Belgian man is arrested trying to traffic 1 kilo cocaine from Brazil.
A 39-year-old Australian-Vietnamese woman is arrested for transporting two kilos of heroin from Brazil to Cambodia.
Fourteen Cambodian maids flew to Hong Kong with the Labour Ministry assuring their safety.
Police are searching for a foreigner suspected to be the owner of a black box with more than 400 pieces of dried marijuana inside.
Shenzhen Airlines’ first flight to Cambodia lands at Phnom Penh International airport.
Nine Cambodians have been deported from the United States and arrived in Phnom Penh yesterday morning.
Phnom Penh International Airport’s renovated by $26 million to cope with fast growth in the number of passengers.
Malindo Air’s maiden flight in Cambodia lands in Phnom Penh International Airport, carrying more than 120 passengers from Kuala Lumpur.
A 27-year-old man was charged yesterday for trafficking nearly one kilo of cocaine from Brazil to Cambodia last week.