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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

Angkor Air’s Japan flights take off

Posted by Cambodia Tourism on May 3, 2017
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National carrier Cambodia Angkor Air will launch its first charter flight from Japan to Siem Reap today and is considering a regular service on the route, a senior airline executive has said. Eng Molina, general marketing manager at the airline, told Khmer Times the first direct charter flight had been

Cambodians are increasingly travelling both within their own country and abroad for leisure on rising disposable incomes and a social media-fuelled desire to explore new places, local tourism industry experts have said. Speaking yesterday at a curtain-raiser for the upcoming Cambodia International Travel Fair, to take place in Phnom Penh

After Angkor, Head for the Coastline

Posted by Cambodia Tourism on January 28, 2017
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My partner and I want to go to Cambodia in early to mid-December for about a week. We have travelled through most of Asia but this will be our first time in Cambodia. Besides Angkor Wat, what other must-dos are recommended? We love food, local culture, architecture, wildlife and history.