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Chinese travelers account for 16.7 percent of the total foreigners visiting Cambodia during the first 10 months of 2016.
China has become the second-largest source of tourists for Cambodia, following Vietnam, according to the China National Tourism Administration.
Cambodia is a small country with a long history, and it now has become more appealing to Chinese travelers. The country with its world-famous cultural relics draws Chinese traveling in Southeast Asia.
China has become the second-largest source of tourists for Cambodia, following Vietnam, and Chinese travelers account for 16.7 percent of the total foreigners visiting the country, according to the China National Tourism Administration.
For first-timers, the ruins of the Angkor temples are very important - sometimes they are only reason - to visit the country, and Siem Reap, the gateway to Angkor in northern Cambodia, is often the first stage of their journeys.
The temples, built over the 9-14th centuries, and rediscovered by the French, are visually, architecturally and artistically breathtaking.
As the temple ruins, hidden and spread in the forests and farmland, take up an area too large to be covered in a short time, planning a visit to the Angkor temples always involves making choices, especially if the trip is short.