Tanzania is establishing a beach management authority to improve beach tourism in the East African nation.
Six financial institutions are offering loans specially created to help students finance their education in tourism-related fields.
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.
Mediterranean tourism boom is threatening precious coastal ecosystems.
China has a cultural centre in Myanmar to promote bilateral cooperation.
PM denies granting a lease to a Chinese firm to manage Yeak Laom Lake area.
Chinese companies announce readiness to invest in internet-based services in tourism.
Indonesia’s Transportation Ministry forms a team to improve the safety of ferry transport.
The second Asean conference on the mutual recognition of tourism professionals, held in Phnom Penh, ends.
The Embassy of Nepal in Bangkok organises a tourism initiative “Business Opportunities in Nepal” at Himawari Hotel on June 13.
India’s southern state of Kerala has had a long tradition of using elephants for religious celebrations and parades.
A Yunnan official says that Cambodia and the province have enjoyed many benefits through current policies.
To increase transparency in the tourism industry, the government has issued a directive regulating the use of service fees.
Leaders of CLMV pledge to strengthen cooperation in a number of priority sectors.
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 second edition of a conference on the mutual recognition of professionals in the tourism industry across Asean member states will take place in Phnom Penh’s Sokha Hotel on June 20-21.
In a darkened theater in central Hanoi, a wooden dragon emerges from a pool to the sound of cymbals crashing in a traditional water puppet show that lures hundreds of tourists daily but is largely shunned by locals.
Tomorrow, June 12, the Philippines – one of Cambodia’s economic and tourism partners – will be celebrating the 120th anniversary of the declaration of its independence from Spanish colonisation.
The National Bank’s next macroeconomic conference will be in December.