Foreign tourist arrivals generated $1.4 billion in 2022

Cambodia welcomed 2.28 million foreign tourists last year, injecting $1.4 billion to the national economy. The Ministry of Tourism’s report showed that the revenue had an increase of 667 percent compared to 2021. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Cambodia pins hopes on China-Laos Railway to help boost tourism, says minister

Cambodian Minister of Tourism Thong Khon said on Tuesday that he hoped the China-Laos Railway would help bring more international tourists to the kingdom. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Cambodia and Laos pledge to boost bilateral cooperation on tourism

The Kingdom of Cambodia and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) will boost their bilateral cooperation in tourism sector. ...

Khmer Times Staff

2023 is a pivotal year for Cambodia to attract more foreign tourists

Cambodia views 2023 as a pivotal year for attracting more foreign tourists. After the devastating impacts of the Covid-19 outbreak, the year should considerably assist Cambodia in overcoming the crisis that has enveloped the tourism sector, which is regarded one of the four pillars on ...

Khmer Times Staff

Int’l tourism receipts rocket nearly eightfold to over $1.4B

International tourism receipts clocked in at $1.415 billion last year, marking a 7.690-fold increase over $184 million in 2021, albeit still a 71.2 per cent decrease from 2019’s record $4.919 billion, according to the Ministry of Tourism’s Tourism Indicators 2022 report. ...

Cambodia is banking on series of major sporting activities to draw tourists

Cambodia is pushing sports tourism as part of its Visit Cambodia Year 2023 campaign as it gears up to host the Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) for the first time in May. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Cambodia promotes tourism at world’s leading travel trade show

BERLIN, GERMANY: A delegation from Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism is at one of the world’s largest travel trade shows, ITB Berlin, to drive business from Europe into the country. ...

Marissa Carruthers

Cambodia welcomes 1st Chinese flight, tourists to Siem Reap

Cambodia has welcomed the resumption of China Eastern Airlines flights to its Siem Reap cultural province, the country’s Ministry of Tourism said in a press statement on Saturday. ...

Cambodianess staff

900% jump in foreign tourists visiting Angkor last month

The Angkor Foundation has stated that almost 80,000 international tourists bought Angkor and Koh Ker tickets last month month – generating more than $ 3 million in ticket sales compared to 2022, an increase of more than 900% . ...

Khmer Times Staff

Cambodia gears up to host Mekong Tourism Forum

About 150 tourism leaders from across the Greater Mekong Region will gather in Sihanoukville for this year’s Mekong Tourism Forum, hosted by Cambodia ...

Marissa Carruthers

PM Hun Sen urges attention to boost tourism

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday called on all stakeholders to pay high attention and do their best to boost the country’s tourism sector. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Final cash support for Siem Reap tourism workers

The Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training will make the final cash support payment to 129 tourism workers in Siem Reap province whose employment contracts were suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic. ...

Chea Sokny

PM Hun Sen urges attention to boost tourism

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday called on all stakeholders to pay high attention and do their best to boost the country’s tourism sector. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Push to promote ecotourism

The Minister of Tourism is calling on tour operators to push the Kingdom’s ecotourism communities to boost the sector as two ecotourism destinations receive the ASEAN Ecotourism Standard Award. ...

Seng Mengheng

Monkeys in Angkor posing a risk to tourists

The number of monkeys living in Angkor resort area has increased and are becoming a risk to tourists. According to APSARA National Authority, the monkeys no longer enter the forest in search of food but instead wait for food from humans and sometimes snatch food ...

Khmer Times Staff

A cruise ship visits Sihanoukville with 500 multinational tourists

Nautica, a cruise ship sailing under the flag of the Marshall Islands, in on a day-long visit in Cambodia. The cruise ship with 535 tourists of 36 different nationalities on board docked at Sihanoukville Autonomous Port yesterday  morning. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Tourism development underway in Kampong Chhnang province

The government has allocated over 600 hectares of land in Phnom Aural wildlife sanctuary in Kampong Chhnang province to a private company for development. ...

Son Minea

Trapaing Sangke community wins two ASEAN ecotourism awards

The Trapaing Sangke Community of Kampot province has received two awards from the ASEAN Community, the ASEAN Standard Tourism Community Award and the ASEAN Standard Tourism Community Guesthouse Award. ...

Tith Kongnov

PM talks tourism with Laotian Premier during visit

Launching direct flights linking Cambodia and Laos was top of the agenda during a two-day official visit by Prime Minister Hun Sen to the neighboring nation . ...

Seng Mengheng

High hopes for Cambodia’s tourism boom after comeback of Chinese tourists

Cambodia has pinned high hopes for its tourism recovery after Chinese tourists gradually returned to the Southeast Asian nation. ...

Khmer Times Staff

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