• Cambodia at a glance

    Cambodia is a less developing country on its way to becoming a middle income economy. While the garment industry, construction and tourism are the key drivers of the economic growth, the agricultural sector generates approximately 35 per cent of the GDP and employs the majority of the population. Agriculture is therefore central to poverty reduction and hunger eradication in..

  • Climate in Cambodia

    Cambodia is located in Southeast Asia in the tropical zone, just 10-13 degrees north off the equator. Like most of other countries in the Southeast Asia, Cambodia is warm to hot year round. The climate is dominated by the annual monsoon cycle with its alternating wet and dry seasons. General comparison is that weather in Phnompenh is comparatively the same with Ho Chi Minh City in..

  • Cambodia's topography

    Cambodia falls within several well-defined geographic regions. The largest part of the country--about 75 percent of the total-- comprises the Tonle Sap Basin and the Mekong Lowlands. To the southeast of this great basin is the Mekong Delta, which extends through Vietnam to the South China Sea. The basin and delta regions are rimmed with mountain ranges to the southwest (the Cardamom..

  • Transportation in Cambodia

    Cambodia is still as much a country of carts, motorcycles and pedestrians as one of cars and trucks. In both the cities and the countryside many get around in carts with a capacity if 20 or so people that are pulled by motorcycles. Many Cambodian still use oxcarts similar to the one pictured in the bas-reliefs at Angkor Wat.