Cambodia Earns Nearly $94M from Angkor Tickets in 10 Months

Siem Reap , Nov. 1 – Within the first ten months of 2018, from January to October, over 2 million international tourists purchased Angkor tickets, increased by 7.7% compared to the same period in 2017.

According to Angkor Enterprise’s report released on 1 November 2018, Cambodian generated $94 million in revenue from the tickets.

Of the $94 million, the government allocated $4.14 million to fund Kantha Bopha’s Children Hospital to continue operating free treatment.

The ticket to Angkor Park is categorized into 3 types: the ticket fee for a single day visit is $37; a 3-day pass costs $62 (valid for up to 10 days) and a 7-day park allowance is $72 (valid for up to 30 days.; $2 from each ticket sold will be donated to the hospital.

In 2017, Cambodia earned nearly $108 million from over 2.5 million tourists, and that $4 million was donated to the Kantha Bopha Children’s Hospital.