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Cambodia

Cambodia

Cambodia welcomes 1.6 mil int’l visitors in Jan-Oct, +991% YoY; 1.2 mil declared “holiday” as purpose of visit, 72% from ASEAN.
Lockdown Status
Open
Inbound Travel
Open
Outbound Travel
Open
Confirmed
138,176
8,241 per million
7 Day Rolling Ave
+13
+100% vs prev week
Deaths
3,056
182.3 per million
Fully Vaccinated
14,590,810
87.02% of pop.
Source: Cases - John Hopkins University (2022-12-06). Vaccine - World Health Organization (2022-11-25). Retrieved from OurWorldInData.org

Latest Travel Industry News

Policy Summary

Lockdown Status

Economy reopened, gatherings permitted.

Travel Restrictions

Tourist visas available on arrival. Unvaccinated and vaccinated travellers permitted entry.

Economy Summary

Fiscal support for the tourism industry

13 Jan 2022: The Siem Reap provincial government will cover the health examination fees for 5,117 tour guides to allow them to gain a tour guide

22 Dec 2021: Tax breaks for the tourism industry will be continued in H1 2022

4 Nov 2021: 10th round of stimulus measures extended, with wage subsidies and tax exemptions until Dec 2021

25 Dec 2020: Tax exemption for tourism and hospitality businesses and stimulus for tourism workers

1 Oct 2020: Tax exemption for tourism, hospitality, and aviation sectors; stimulus for tourism workers

31 Jul 2020: Tax break exemption for aviation and tourism businesses; stimulus for unemployed tourism workers

26 May 2020: Minimum tax payment exemption for airline; “Credit Guarantee Fund”

31 Mar 2020: Tax and fee exemptions for tourism, hospitality, and aviation sectors; tourism worker salaries partly sponsored by gov’t

GDP Growth Rate

% per year
7.1

2019

-3.1
2020
3.0

2021
5.3

2022
forecast
6.5

2023
forecast

Inflation Rate

% per year
1.9

2019
2.9

2020
2.9

2021
4.7

2022
forecast
2.2

2023
forecast
Source: Asian Development Bank. Asian Development Outlook (April 2022).

Consumer Trends Summary

Containment Policies Timeline
How to read this graph
International Travel Restrictions
  • 0 - no restrictions
  • 1 - screening arrivals
  • 2 - quarantine arrivals from some or all regions
  • 3 - ban arrivals from some regions
  • 4 - ban on all regions or total border closure
Internal Movement Restrictions
  • 0 - no restrictions
  • 1 - recommend not to travel between regions/cities
  • 2 - internal movement restrictions in place
Stay At Home Requirements
  • 0 - no measures
  • 1 - recommend not leaving house
  • 2 - require not leaving house with exceptions for daily exercise, grocery shopping, and 'essential' trips
  • 3 - require not leaving house with minimal exceptions (eg allowed to leave once a week, or only one person can leave at a time, etc)
School Closures
  • 0 - no measures
  • 1 - recommend closing
  • 2 - require closing (only some levels or categories, eg just high school, or just public schools)
  • 3 - require closing all levels

Tourism Arrivals Summary

International Tourism Arrivals

YoY % change

-15.0
Jan'20

-36.0
Feb

-65.0
Mar

-99.0
Apr

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Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan'21

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