via Khmer Times, 30 March 2018: Some of the preliminary figures are suggesting that despite the increased revenue, tourists are staying for shorter periods.
“We cannot say this is affected by the new prices, as we can see number of tourists to the park and income from the sector is high from the government’s figure,” he said.
“But we are in the sector. We have seen our sales, especially for bookings for tourists, are mostly in the short-stay categories.”
- Cambodia’s Angkor world heritage site earns nearly 40 mln USD in Q1 (Xinhua, 01 April 2018)