Here some of the ways to arrive to Cambodia from any corner of the Planet.
Cambodia has only three operating airports in its territory that are connected to international destinations. Most Cambodian regions have an older airport that is out of service since war times. With the Cambodian development, it is possible that we will have more operating airports in the future, but as for now, you can arrive to the following ones:
Phnom Penh International Airport
In the past it was called “Pochentong Airport” – now the name remains only for the big Avenue in front. It has direct connections with:
- Guangzhou (China)
- Hong Kong
- Osaka (Japan)
- Vientiane (Laos)
- Kuala Lumpur
- Ho Chi Minh City
The distance between the Airport (at the west of the capital) to downtown (Royal Palace) is 11 kilometers through the Russian Federation Boulevard until the riverside. Be aware of heavy traffic at 6:00-8:00, 11:00-13:00 and 17:00-20:00. Read More…
Let us try to make here an interesting list of those places beyond the Angkorian temples in Cambodia. It is a country with hidden paradises and adventures, full of wonderful peoples.
The Sambor Prei Kuk Temples
They are in Kompong Thom. The most important pre-Angkorian temples belonging to the Chenla period. They are enlisted to become UNESCO World Heritage. Read More…
If you want to understand many things of the Cambodian mentality and old traditions that still around, Tum Teav is a film you should watch. Although it is seen as an old story where mothers determine the husband for their daughters upon social and economic considerations, the true is that such practice continues present in modern Cambodia.
- Experts predict little impact for ASEAN after Brexit.
- Cambodia has its own economical agreements with UK that would gain more meaning in the coming months… it could be of benefit.
- British tourism could be globally reduced in the coming months due to economical upheaval in UK after Brexit. Between January and February 2015, Cambodia welcomed 30,000 British tourists.
Still too early to evaluate how the Brexit will affect the Cambodian economy. However, the event is currently in the heat of speculations from around the world in this unprecedented moment in the history of the European Union. Brexit, a short expression for Britain Exit [EU], was the referendum of the United Kingdom on its continuity as a member of EU, where 48.1 % voting to remain and 51.9 % winning the leave.