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Cambodia draws ire for steep Covid-19 charges on foreign arrivals

Fears have been raised among tourism players that a stringent set of Covid-19 testing fees for foreigners arriving in Cambodia will deter incoming visitors...

Myanmar, Cambodia pin hopes on China tourists for post-pandemic restart

Tourism authorities in Myanmar and Cambodia are eyeing to recapture the Chinese market once travel resumes. At the latest meeting of Mekong Tourism Advisory Group...

Mixed measures taken by CLMV nations in fight against Covid-19

Mid-April New Year celebrations were cancelled in Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia in a bid to halt the spread of Covid-19, along with existing border...

Longer stays a solution for Siem Reap’s weakening arrivals

Tourism and hospitality leaders have joined forces to launch a campaign to encourage visitors to extend their stay in Cambodia’s Siem Reap, as visitorship...

Diversification to steer Sihanoukville’s future growth: C9

A wave of Chinese investment has led to a slew of properties and developments mushrooming in the Cambodian costal village of Sihanoukville over the...

Cambodia primes up for ATF 2021

Cambodia is gearing up for ATF 2021 with the creation of the country’s largest exhibition hall. Hoy Phireak, deputy director general of tourism development and...

Cambodia turns to experiences to revive waning interest from Western visitor...

Hopes are being pinned on Cambodia’s growing collection of immersive in-destination experiences to revitalise the Western market, which is currently in decline. According to the...

The changing face of Cambodia’s tourism

As Cambodia continues its aggressive pursuit for the yuan and arrivals from China continue to rise exponentially, questions are being raised about the impact on the country’s overall tourism landscape.

Locals take the wheel

As Cambodia’s tourism landscape matures, more locals are taking the lead and devising innovative tours to give visitors a true taste of the country and help them discover outlying areas, while driving social and economic change at the same time. By Marissa Carruthers

Strong baht could drive tourists from Thailand to neighbouring countries

As travel to Thailand becomes more expensive due to an appreciating Thai baht, tourism traffic could shift to neighbouring countries, according to operators in...

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