Anantara Angkor Resort, a part of Minor Hotels and a peaceful sanctuary at the crossroads of Cambodia’s past and present, offers travellers a rare and captivating Temple Dining experience that marries exquisite dining and historic discovery for a bucket list experience like no other.
One of the oldest lifestyle magazines in the United Kingdom has ranked Siem Reap’s Wat Bo village number three in its 2022 list of the “51 coolest neighbourhoods in the world”, which is seen as a great triumph by the city’s governor from the land of the former Khmer Empire.
Rosewood Bangkok and Rosewood Luang Prabang re-open while Rosewood Phuket and Rosewood Phnom Penh debut refreshed programming.
Cambodia has received two prestigious awards from the World Travel Awards – Asia’s Leading Culture Destination 2022 and Asia’s Leading Youth Travel Destination 2022 Prior to the two awards, about 2 million tourists from around the world participated in the election of Cambodia as a cultural tourism destination and the leading youth tourism destination in Asia in 2022.
If the very thought of swimming along turtles, barracudas and manta rays excites you, you probably love scuba diving and snorkelling experiences. This makes Southeast Asia the perfect place for catering to this side of you.
Bamboo Airways has completed the maiden flight linking Hanoi, Vietnam and Siem Reap, Cambodia, marking a crucial step in the airline’s roadmap of expanding its international network.
With 247 guestrooms including 43 residential-style suites, the new Hyatt Regency Phnom Penh is set to become the largest internationally branded hotel in the city.
Considered the most luxurious address for those visiting Siem Reap and the temples at Angkor, Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor has just completed a comprehensive refresh. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole stops in the for the night
Raffles Hotel Le Royal is set in lush tropical gardens and is built around two inviting swimming pools – an oasis in the heart of Cambodian capital Phnom Penh. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole calls in to sample the generations of hospitality that make the property unique