Vietnamese flocked to scenic spots and beaches last weekend, leaping at the chance to travel as the communist government eases restrictions on domestic movement to revive a tourism sector devastated by the coronavirus.
An Amsterdam art centre is to serve diners in small greenhouses so that people can go out to eat again despite social distancing rules brought in due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Kampong Chhnang, once bustling with activities thanks to an abundance of tourist visits has taken a turn for the worst, no thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic.
At a nightclub, a teenage disc jockey (DJ) wearing a long black and white number 88 T-shirt and a black hat controls the music while his colleague who is the emcee speaks above the blaring hip-hop music to welcome patrons.
There was a time not too long ago when Cambodians and tourists enjoyed the open spaces and the world outside of their homes.
WITH over 90 people in the Kingdom infected with Covid-19, there are now fewer people in pubs and resorts, compared to the insane crowds that previously used to throng such places, especially the popular ones.
Situated just 40km from Siem Reap city, a newly established sanctuary allows visitors to hang out with elephants in their natural habitat. Kulen Elephant Forest, located in Siem Reap’s Prasat Bakong district, is home to 14 elephant
Situated just 40km from Siem Reap city, a newly established sanctuary allows visitors to hang out with elephants in their natural habitat.
Most people in Kampong Chhnang province’s Andong Russei village keep making pottery the traditional way. Some have been involved in the trade even before the Khmer Rouge regime.
Banteay Srei district governor Khim Finan wants to see Banteay Srei become the alternative destination to Siem Reap city, focusing on nature tourism.