Coming to power in 1993, the new Kingdom of Cambodia is a constitutional monarchy, with the government headed by a democratically elected prime minister, elected for a 5-year term, and a National Assembly composed of 122 representatives holding legislative power, also elected for a term of 5 years. King Norodom Sihanouk has been the Head of State and reigning monarch since 1993 with Hun Sen as Prime Minister since 1998.
- Private Angkor Wat & Royal Temples Excursion
- Afternoon Tour of Angkor Wat
- Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda & Independence Monument Half-Day Tour
- Phnom Penh Full-Day Guided Trip
- Private Excursion to Ancient Temples, Takéo Silk Village & Mount Chisor
- Small-Group Mekong Sunset Tour
- Sunrise Angkor Temple Photo Excursion
- Flight of the Gibbon Zipline Tour at Angkor Park
- Tonlé Sap Lake Tour with Sunset Dinner Cruise
- Angkor Temples Private Small-Group Tour
Economy of Cambodia
Almost 90% of Cambodia’s population live in rural areas, so it’s hardly surprising that agriculture is the primary industry of Cambodia. Rice, rubber, cassava, sweet potatoes, corn, soybeans, and tobacco are the main products. Cambodia also manufactures cement, rubber, cigarettes, and garments. Though rubies are mined for export, it is tourism that is the top foreign exchange earner.
After 4 years of promising macroeconomic performance, Cambodia's economy slowed in 1997-98, following the regional economic crisis, and foreign investment declined. Even given political and economic stability, the task of long-term economic development after decades of conflict remains huge.