Direct air links between Japan and Cambodia are on the cards this year, with Japan Airlines tipped to be the first carrier to land in Phnom Penh.
The Bayon temple, famous for its multitude of giant stone faces at Angkor Wat near siem Reap is a magnet for local and foreign tourists. Cambodia has become one of the favourite destinations for visitors from Japan. (AFP photo)
The flights are expected to be launched over the next six months after recent talks between Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen and Hideo Sawada, chairman of HIS, a Japanese tourism firm, according to the Phnom Penh Post, which quoted reports from AKP, the state news service.
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