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Not everyone flies coach, and not everyone who arrives in Cambodia by air comes on a commercial carrier.
Last year was another record year for air cargo handling in Cambodia, with more cargo airlines serving the Kingdom’s airports in response to a growing demand, particularly from garments exporters.
Cambodia’s aviation sector continues to grow, with airports in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville serving both domestic and international flights.
CAMBODIA AIRPORTS, the developer and operator of the Kingdom’s three international airports, has invested heavily in developing airport infrastructure to handle a surge in passenger and cargo traffic, and to prepare for futu
With Cambodia’s three international airports welcoming a greater number of flights and a heavier flow of foot traffic, the company managing the airports has been busy expanding their retail, culinary and lounge portfolio to give pas
Few people ever notice the 2,000- square-metre food preparation facility that lies partially hidden behind a wall on the road beside Phnom Penh International Airport.
Hidden within its own private tropical garden, Villa Ni Say is a small but stunning estate in Siem Reap that offers guests luxury accommodation and an air of exclusivity.
It’s just after two in the afternoon and Sok Muygech, director of BMK Architects, is discussing the details of a new interior design project with her six employees at the company’s office in BKK1.
The first tenants have begun moving into Vanda Tower, a new 11-storey office building with a distinctly yellow paint job in the capital’s central 7 Makara district that recognises the city’s demand for highly affordable Grade B offi
The late Vann Molyvann, the doyen of modern Khmer architecture, once mused that the urban expansion of Phnom Penh should head south as that side of the city has the most favourable topography and is not prone to seasonal flooding.