Though Cambodia’s life expectancy and standard of living have both shown incremental growth over recent years, the rate at which people are developing non-communicable diseases (NCDs) is still uncomfortably high.
Worldwide, 500,000 women suffer from cervical cancer each year, 80 per cent of them from developing countries.
Kidney's play a very important role in day to day health and they perform many critical functions.
Courtyard by Marriott Siem Reap Resort flaunts a modern Khmer architectural design, an innovative lobby space, Kids Club, rooftop bar, and contemporary room design positioned to provide flexibility and choices that will allow guests to optimize and elevate their travel experience.
Angkor Archaeological Park continues to generate the bulk of tourism revenue for the country from its ticket sales, despite a hike in admission fee last year, as foreigners marvel at the iconic temple.
It is a spectacular sight strolling along The Heritage Walk mall in Siem Reap which offers the ultimate shopping and entertainment destination for local and foreign visitors.
This coming month Courtyard by Marriott in Siem Reap will celebrate their one year anniversary.
Cambodia’s financial sector is going through a sea change and poised for a healthy growth. Top corporate leaders share their views with The Post.
“At least once a year people go for their health check-up to make sure their health condition is good. But many people don’t do their financial health check,” laments Credit Bureau Cambodia (CBC) CEO, Oeur Sothearoath.
The peer-to-peer (P2P) lending model could possibly transform micro-financing and add to Cambodia’s digital financial ecosystem, which is fast gaining momentum.