While not exactly an archaeology story, the fact that most tourists who visit Cambodia go to Angkor makes this a relevant one to post here.
Cambodia earns $2.5bn from tourism
Bangkok Post, 15 April 2014
Sok An, head of the Office of the Council of Ministers, said the number of foreign tourists to Cambodia has been steadily increasing from only around 120,000 in 1993 to more than 4.2 million in 2013, most of them visitors to Cambodian cultural heritage sites such as the Angkor Wat temples.
Last year’s income from tourism accounted for around 16% of the nation’s gross domestic product and provided jobs directly to about 400,000 people, Sok An said.
Full story here.