The ambitious plan to attract 10 million travellers is complicated by broken contracts and uncertain pandemic recovery.
Communities around Southeast Asia’s biggest lake are feeling the effects of droughts and rising demand for land.
Siem Reap is welcoming few foreign tourists weeks after Cambodia opened its borders to vaccinated travellers.
Tourism has helped Indigenous communities improve their lives and protect the forests. COVID-19 has put both at risk.
Commercial surrogacy was banned in 2016, but trade has continued as government discusses formal legislation.