PHNOM PENH, 20 October 2021: Hotels, tourism, and real estate are featured in next week's virtual event – Cambodia Business Briefing. Organised by C9 Hotelworks and Delivering Asia Communications, the virtual business briefing on tourism...
PHNOM PENH, 23 July 2021: Cathay Pacific will schedule three flights from Hong Kong during July and August, mainly to repatriate Hong Kong citizens and serve student travel demand from Cambodia. According to the airline's website,...
PHNOM PENH, 31 May 2021: The day when vaccinated travellers will be able to visit Mekong Region countries with quarantine came a little closer last week when six Greater Mekong Sub-region countries gave the subject a provisional...
PHNOM PENH, 17 March 2021: The Cambodian Government has imposed restrictions on travel to Sihanoukville, Siem Reap and Kep. Travel to the three regions is now prohibited, and to enter Cambodia, you must...
SINGAPORE, 22 February 2021: Wyndham Hotels & Resorts that claims to be the world largest hotel franchising company, signs its first hotel in the southern port city of Sihanoukville, Cambodia. Howard Johnson Plaza by...
PHNOM PENH, 8 February 2021: Southeast Asia’s tourism urgently needs a kickstart before the end of the second quarter to avoid collapse, according to the ASEAN Tourism Association that represents private tourism sector organisations across the 10-country region.
PHNOM PENH,7 January 2021: It must be the worst possible time to open a hotel in Asia, but Hyatt did just that this week when it welcomed the first guests to the Hyatt Regency Phnom Penh, 6...
PHNOM PENH, 30 November 2020: Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism confirmed what trade show enthusiasts feared; the annual ASEAN Tourism Forum will skip a year. It will now take place in January 2022. The annual...
PHNOM PENH, 26 November 2020: Hyatt Regency Phnom Penh is set to open in the Cambodian capital in early 2021, marking the brand’s first venture in the country. The contemporary-meets-colonial property with 247 rooms...
PHNOM PENH, 10 November 2020: Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen says the “Kingdom is at high risk of a Covid-19 outbreak and described the situation as alarming,” according to a report by Phnom Penh Post.