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Emirates flies to Phnom Penh

Posted by Cambodia Tourism on July 9, 2017
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DUBAI, 3 July 2017: Emirates recently expanded its presence in Southeast Asia with the launch of a new daily service from Dubai to Phnom Penh in Cambodia, via Yangon in Myanmar. This new service, operated with a Boeing 777 , broadens the airline’s network in Southeast Asia to 13 cities

Cambodia-Thai border road set to open mid-2018

Posted by Cambodia Tourism on June 8, 2017
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Development projects in rural Cambodia are increasingly on the rise, especially in the infrastructure space. When it comes to infrastructure development, Pursat province has been focusing on a range of construction iniatitives, with its latest big infrastrucutre spend being the construction of National Road 55. When complete, the road will

AirAsia adds new service to Cambodia

Posted by Cambodia Tourism on May 22, 2017
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AirAsia is adding Sihanoukville under its belt in Cambodia with 4 times weekly direct flights from Kuala Lumpur, that is set to commence operations on 9 August 2017. Marking as AirAsia’s 3rd route into Cambodia, the new route will be operated exclusively by AirAsia (flight code AK) and will offer

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Angkor Ticket Revenue Soars

Posted by Cambodia Tourism on May 5, 2017
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SIEM REAP, 5 May 2017: Ticket sales revenue earned from foreigners visiting Angkor Wat’s archaeological park reached USD39.25 million during January to April, this year, up 60.21% compared with the same period last year. The surge in revenue was attributed mainly to a 1 February increase in entrance fees, although

Angkor visitors floating on air

Angkor visitors floating on air

Posted by Cambodia Tourism on May 3, 2017
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A 200-metre temporary floating bridge that will take people to Angkor Wat while the original bridge is repaired should be open for use this week. Apsara, the authority responsible for protecting and developing the temple complex, says the original bridge, Spean Harl, will close as soon as its replacement is