Siem Reap receives more than 110,000 tourists during the Chinese-Vietnamese New Year

Tourists and people of Siem Reap Province visit various resorts in Siem Reap Province during the Chinese-Vietnamese New Year from February 9–11, 2024, for a total of 117,677 people, an increase of 11.56% compared to 2023, about 105,481 people. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Nearly 1M domestic trips over Lunar New Year

Residents made nearly one million domestic trips from February 1-3 during the Lunar New Year holidays, indicating an increase of 6.15 per cent compared to the corresponding period in 2021. The capital was the most popular destination, accounting for about 30 per cent of this ...

Hin Pisei

Cambodian migrant workers flock back to celebrate Chinese New Year from Thailand

The influx of Cambodian migrant workers who crossed into Thailand for employment purposes has began through the O Bei Choan, Banteay Meanchey Province and O Smach border crossing, Oddar Meanchey Province to reunite with families for the Chinese New Year which started on Sunday. ...

Khmer Times Staff

City tightens rules on Lunar New Year

Phnom Penh municipal governor Khuong Sreng has announced strict measures for Lunar New Year celebrations from January 31 to February 3. ...

Mom Kunthear

Ministry issues rice wine warning

The Health Ministry has asked people to be careful when purchasing rice wine for Chinese New Year to avoid negative health effects following two deaths and more than ten cases of poisoning from rice wine consumption in 2017.Chinese New Year takes place next week from ...

Pech Sotheary

Chinese New Year parties rise

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said on his Facebook page that the number of people celebrating Chinese New Year in Cambodia is increasing.Mr Hun Sen said Cambodia now celebrates three New Year celebrations annually, including New Year’s Eve, and the Chinese and Khmer New Year. ...

Mom Sophon

New Year to boost plant sales in Phnom Penh

Sales of plants and flowers will reach a high during the Lunar New Year celebrations in Phnom Penh, which start on Sunday, as more customers than ever before buy floral decorations for their houses, flower shop owners in Phnom Penh predicted. “During the weekend many people ...

Oversupply leads to a fall in pork prices

Pig prices in Cambodia have fallen by 18 percent in the past three months due to a massive oversupply of pork in the country, an official at the Cambodian Pig Raisers Association said yesterday. The reason for the oversupply is twofold: Thailand increased its pig exports ...

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