Cambodia has been open for foreign tourists for months now, but during the COVID pandemic, few have traveled to visit the world famous Angkor Wat temple complex.
Cambodia has been open to foreign tourists for months, but in this time of Covid, few have made the trip, making it possible to imagine that you alone have rediscovered the glorious temple complex.
In the 15 years before the coronavirus, international tourism to Cambodia had increased from about one million to six million people a year. Almost all of them would come to Siem Reap for the same reason that Angelina Jolie did - the magnificent temples of Angkor.
From Bangkok to Bali to Da Nang, foreign tourists are returning as entry restrictions are loosened despite Omicron Covid-19 variant’s spread
Countries in Southeast Asia are making it easier for vaccinated travellers to enter, although rules differ depending on your destination.
It’s Christmas Day, and Paul Wallimann, the owner of a popular restaurant near the iconic temples of Angkor Wat, is nervous about serving a table of 16.
Avitourism is predicted to be popular with travel-deprived ecotourists and is among the fastest-growing eco-tourism trends.
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Cambodia has been put on the travel corridor list, and its absorbing capital, where New Khmer meets Art Deco, merits a visit before heading to the beaches.
Tourism resorts across Cambodia ready to welcome tourists during holiday with COVID-19 preventive measures
At least 557 tourism resorts across Cambodia opened for both domestic and foreign tourists during the five-day holiday with preventive measures against the COVID-19 pandemic, state-run Agence Kampuchea Press (AKP) reported on Monday.
Pub Street, in Cambodia’s north-western city of Siem Reap, is still almost empty of revellers despite the area having reopened in June following pandemic closures
As the worldwide pandemic continues, Cambodia has enacted strict COVID-19 entry requirements to protect the country from a surge of infections.
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With travel restrictions in place around the world, and the coronavirus pandemic keeping would-be tourists at home, one of the world’s most famous wonders, the early 12th-century Angkor Wat and surrounding temples, has been left largely empty for months.
The shutdown of world travel has hit tourist-reliant Siem Reap hard, with visitors to Angkor Wat dropping dramatically. But inside the park it's Cambodian visitors who are the beneficiaries, as they enjoy a brief moment of tranquility at this sacred cultural heritage site.
A cross-border operation between police in China’s southern Guangdong province and counterparts in Cambodia have seized 350kg (772lbs) of crystal methamphetamine in a series of raids, shown in recently released footage by Chinese state media.