Sihanoukville International Airport sees a sharp increase in the number of passengers.
According to the latest semi-annual report from the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC), the construction sector is set to be one of the biggest contributors to the Kingdom’s forecasted 7 percent economic growth this year.
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Cambodia is home to some of the most beautiful and storied temples, mountains, waterfalls, not to mention the tangible emblems of the kingdom’s history itself. Evidently, these places have gained tremendous popularity.
Tourism Ministry in discussions with the Asian Development Bank over a $30-million loan to fund infrastructure in coastal provinces.
At least 10,500 runners from 78 countries joined this year’s Angkor Wat International Half Marathon in Siem Reap province on December 2.
To help develop world-class human resources in the tourism industry, the World Youth Tourism and Hospitality School officially opened on November 26.
Cambodian and Thai citizens to cross the border without a passport during Sea Festival.
Cambodian outbound tourism saw a 30 percent rise during this year’s three-day Water Festival, while long haul destination tour packages to Europe, Australia, US, and Dubai have also started to attract locals, said tour operators.
Indigenous people in Mondulkiri are enjoying a second source of income.
The ministries of tourism of Cambodia and Bulgaria sign a MoU to boost cooperation and the exchange of information.
The Apsara Authority has formed a committee tasked with relocating vendors and parking spaces around Preah Pithu temple in order to restore public order in the area.
With the apparent rise in number of Cambodians travelling to Japan for tourism, the Embassy of Japan and the Japan National Tourism Organisation organised the Japan Travel Fair at Aeon Mall Sen Sok City on November 11 and 12.
The Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) has approved 170 investment projects during the first nine months of the year, 25 more projects than during the same period last year.
Tourism Ministry establishes five professional working teams for the development of the tourism industry in Preah Sihanouk.
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The speedy development of Cambodia’s real estate sector has been a key factor in the country’s constant GDP growth of around 7%. Indeed, growth has hovered at this level for nearly a decade.
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The growth in Cambodia’s real estate sector has been turning heads as of late. Housing trends in the country are changing massively. Living standards and land values are going up.
Jordanians are flocking to the Syrian capital Damascus for the first time in years.