Statistic Tourist 2008

Cambodia Tourist Statistic 2008 (From January - July in 2008) - Ministry of Tourism, Kingdom of Cambodia's report on January and August 2008, visitor arrivals to Cambodia was 1,398,557; an 10.1% increase compared to the same period of 2007; Siem Reap Angkor arrivals had increased with 722,944 visitors, with a share of 51.7%; while Phnom Penh and other destinations had brought in a total of 675,613 visitors with 48.3% share.

I. Total Visitor Arrivals to Cambodia in July 2008 was: 123,047Pax

Air747,290
- Phnom Penh336,885
- Siem Reap410,405
Land & Waterway452,647
- Land410,302
- Boat42,345
Same-day Visitor42,522

Total

1,242,459

statistic 2008

Mode of Arrivals

The total number of visitor arrivals in Cambodia by all mean of transportations in
Junly 2008 was 144,223, an increase of 0.6%. This consisted of flights that had been
scheduled through the Phnom Penh and Siem Reap International Airport and all the
international border check points.
  • Phnom Penh International Airport had 43,793 visitor arrivals this month, representing
    30.4%, with the decrease of 1.9%, Siem Reap International Airport dominated 39,449 visitor arrivals, with 27.4% of share.
  • Arrival by Land & Waterways, which made up about one-third of the
    total number of visitor arrivals 60,981, a 32.0% increased.
  • Visitors arriving by land comprised of 56,985 with a share of 39.5%.
  • Waterways made up of 3,996 visitor arrivals (2.8%), giving it an increase of 37.9%.

Top ten markets arrivals

From January – July 2008, South Korea visitors maintained their position, being at the top with (14.5%) of the market share. Other key markets included Vietnam (9.7%) of market share, Japan (7.2%), the United States of America (7.2%), and China (6.3%).  Visitor arrivals from Thailand (+42.6%)Taiwan, China (-21.0%) UniteKingdom (+15.2%), France (+14.0%), Australia (+25.5%). Growth from long haul market although the United States of America, the United Kingdom, France remained and Australia in the top 10 market arrivals countries.

Source:

Statistics & Tourism Information Department, Ministry of Tourism

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