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Beyond Angkor Wat: get out into the country, see real Cambodia and spread the...

Angkor is Cambodia’s tourist cash cow, but there is much more to see than the temples.

6 ways to live the lavish life in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Today’s moneyed elites can enjoy luxury pastimes fit for royalty in this town that serves as a gateway to Angkor Wat, seat of the Khmer kingdom.

Culture close-up on a river cruise from Cambodia to Vietnam

On a river cruise through Cambodia and Vietnam, passengers dip into the culture.

The Cambodian Version of Cirque du Soleil Must Be Seen to Be Believed

After you’re templed-out at Angkor, "Phare", the Cambodian Circus, will make your heart sing.

12 of the best hotels to enjoy in Cambodia’s Siem Reap

Did you know that this tourist magnet is home to some of the swankiest, most luxurious hotels on the face of the planet?

Cambodia’s Bayon temple restoration to resume

The Japanese and Cambodian governments have allocated $1.5 million to fund phase five of the Bayon temple restoration project, a Unesco official said on Tuesday.

There’s a world of difference between neighbours Vietnam and Cambodia

With more than a thousand kilometres of shared border, and with centuries of overlapping history, Cambodia and Vietnam are not unlike two children from the same family.

Cambodia–Vietnam Friendship Monument

Bombed and burned, this monument represents the often controversial ties between Vietnam and Cambodia.

Chinese tourists to Cambodia exceed 1 mln in 7 months, up 72.6 pct

Almost 1.1 million Chinese tourists had visited Cambodia in the first seven months of 2018, up 72.6 percent over the same period last year, said Cambodian Tourism Ministry's latest report released Monday.

Foreign Correspondents Club

Originally a meeting place for foreign correspondents and war reporters, the FCC remains an atmospheric spot for sunset drinks in Phnom Penh.

Welcome to ‘Tourism Vacation Town’: China to build $1.2bn holiday hotspot in Cambodia

Vast project follows a similar $3.8bn project, raising concerns about Beijing’s dollar diplomacy in the region.

Cambodia’s First Reptile-themed Cafe Slithers into People’s Hearts

As customers sip on their lattes and hang out with the reptiles, "they will love them like I do," the 32-year-old told AFP while stroking the scaly neck wattle of an iguana.

Mystery over Brit who died in Cambodian hostel as family are still not being...

Ten months on, Natalie's family are still waiting for answers with the case remaining a mystery.

5 Reasons for Millennials to Explore Cambodia

Let’s face it, we all want to travel.

Cambodia’s famed Angkor earns nearly 79 million USD in 8 months

Revenue from ticket sales to foreigners visiting Cambodia's famed Angkor Archaeological Park reached 78.7 million U.S. dollars in the first eight months of 2018, up 13.8 percent over the same period of last year, said a press release on Saturday.

Everything you need to know about Cambodia from jungle temples to the hidden magic...

We've put together a guide to the best things to see and do in Cambodia from amazing temples to exploring capital Phnom Penh

This New Luxury ‘Wandering Hotel’ Will Pop Up in Locations From Italy to Brazil...

Lee Marshall meets the charismatic Frenchman behind 700,000 Heures, a radical new project that will offer guests some of the world’s most exclusive travel experiences.

Chinese tourists to Cambodia reach nearly 1 mln in H1

Some 931,763 Chinese tourists visited Cambodia in the first six months of 2018, up 75.8 percent over the same period last year, the Tourism Ministry's latest report showed on Wednesday.

Work on 1st int’l tourism seaport begins in SW Cambodia

Cambodia on Wednesday broke ground for the construction of the first international tourism port in the coastal province of Kampot.

Top 5 heritage boutique hotels in Laos and Cambodia you should check in to

The two countries boast some of Indochina’s most enchantingly spectacular lodges, the backdrop to much of the region’s rich history.

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Cambodia Allows Ceremony for Murdered Union Leader, But Blocks March

Cambodian authorities this week gave permission for trade union members to commemorate the 2004 murder of their former president Chea Vichea, forbidding participants to march, however, and warning against the involvement of former opposition party members now banned from political life.
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Ranking the World’s Democracies

The Economist Intelligence Unit labels Cambodia an "Authoritarian regime".

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