Cambodia has three sites inscribed on the World Heritage list. The Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world and the largest tourist attraction site of Cambodia, was added to the World Heritage list by Unesco in 1992.
a world-class multi-dimensional tourist destination situated at the heart of Singapore’s Changi Airport, will open its doors to the world on 17 April, 2019.
Siem Reap has always been the main tourist hub of Cambodia. In recent years, however, southern Sihanoukville has been stealing the real estate spotlight.
Siem Reap to be home to a $70-million aquarium and wildlife sanctuary project.
The province of Kratie, in the country’s east, is poised to become a priority tourist destination and a national heritage site.
Siem Reap Police arrest an Australian tourist who allegedly sexually abused six boys.
A newly-born Irrawaddy dolphin calf was found earlier this week by tourist-boat operators in Kampi dolphin pool in Kratie province’s Chetra Borey district.
Tanzania to not issue new hunting permits to tourist hunting firms with disputes.
China has more than 30,000 scenic spots and tourist attractions, including 259 5A.
Despite the general consensus that the property market in Siem Reap has slowed down, many experts are bullish on the potential of the area.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Saturday said all Cambodians should visit the Win-Win Monument as it is a symbol of peace and a tourist site.
Phnom Penh Court tries two Nigerian men for trafficking over 1/2 kg of crystal meth.
Singapore prides itself as one with the highest number of expatriates, making it one of the most diverse nations in the world. As it embraces different cultures, it has also become of the most visited places for extravagant and colourful celebrations in Asia.
New real estate developments have been shooting up across Siem Reap over the past few years. Indeed, the Kingdom’s main tourist draw has seen a spate of new hotels, boutique accommodations, guest houses and apartments.
Mondulkiri Court charges a German tourist with drug use and for stealing a motorbike from a Cambodian farmer in Sen Monorom.
Manulife opens branch in Preah Sihanouk.
Public Works Ministry to repair damaged roads in Siem Reap with about $15 million.
In the second installment of ‘Siem Reap Beyond the Temples’, Agnes Alpuerto continues her journey through the unusual and lesser travelled spots of the tourist-favourite metropolis.
The world famous Confucian Temple or Nanjing Fuzimiao is now a major tourist and cultural entertainment centre in Jiangsu.
18 people are killed after a train flipped over on a popular coastal tourist route.
Environment Minister calls for more effort to preserve orchids in protected areas.
Kampong Cham Authorities are mulling the idea of turning a grotto at Kuha Kongkea pagoda into a bonafide tourist attraction.
Cambodia’s GDP will grow by 7% in 2018 and 2019, forecasts Asian Development Bank.
Hundreds of rosewood trees will be planted in Siem Reap as a natural tourist site and to preserve the rare trees in Cambodia.
Preah Sihanouk police arrest 3 Chinese, for allegedly trafficking drugs in the province.
A magnitude 6.2 aftershock rocked Indonesia’s Lombok.
Thailand plans to salvage the sunken tourist boat Phoenix before August 12.
Indonesian rescue workers and military personnel resume their search for survivors.
Sri Lanka launches a tourist-friendly tuk tuk service which initially will cover the capital.
Iga, a small city in central Japan, has long dubbed itself the home of one style of the black-clad.