Welcome words by Dr. Rudolf Sárdi
Welcome to the official website of the
Tourism Representative Office of the Kingdom of Cambodia in Hungary.
This website seeks to develop a better understanding of Southeast Asia’s most rapidly changing economic powerhouse and most memorable tourism destination.
It seeks to help travelers and travel professionals gain a deeper insight into what makes Cambodia a unique, ideal, and superior destination for Central Europeans – tourists, businessmen, investors, and all those who have discovered a serious potential in Cambodia’s currently occupied position in the world.
Inaugurated in October 2015 by His Excellency Dr Thong Khon, Minister of Tourism, the Representative Office, under the leadership of Dr. Rudolf Sárdi, functions as a catalyst between the Kingdom and Hungary as regards the two-way flow of tourists and all matters related but not limited to the popularization of Cambodia as a key destination. Its goal is to attract substantially increasing numbers of Hungarian tourists and investors to Cambodia in an attempt to contribute to the country’s continued growth, prosperity, and the happiness of her people.
Our Office takes pride in promoting the attractive features of the Kingdom of Cambodia in line with the wise predictions and far-sighted policies of Lord Prime Minister, Supreme Military Commander Samdech Hun Sen.
Visit Cambodia in 2016 to experience the new, the unexpected, and the unseen.
Dr Rudolf Sárdi
Head of Mission
Short bio of Dr. Rudolf Sárdi
MA in American Studies (2016)
Ph.D. in Literary Studies (2014),
MBA in Management (2015),
MA in English Studies (2006),
One academic year in Bennington, Vermont
Clear and accurate tourism news on the Kingdom of Cambodia are presented from a Central European perspective, highlighting important events taking place in Hungary and elsewhere on the Old Continent.
Learning to discover, understand, and appreciate the wonders of South East Asia’s most exciting travel destination promotes and facilitates intercultural exchange.
Cambodian-Hungarian relations date back to the 1980s.
Learn about the necessity of boosting cooperation in tourism, trade, agriculture, and the scientific field.
Outlining Cambodia’s rich history and current socioeconomic events in a clear-cut, to the point, and objective way is pivotal to the understanding of a country experiencing development, acceleration, and unparalleled dynamism.
Getting to Cambodia from Central Europe has never been easier. International flights to Phnom Penh and Siem Reap (Angkor Wat) are complemented by a continuously broadening route network offered by Cambodia Angkor Air, the country’s flag carrier with a modern fleet and excellent services.
Just a click and you’ll be taken to the most dedicated travel agencies and tour operators, specialized in making your stay in Cambodia as wondrous as the country itself is known to many a visitor.
Squished between culinary heavyweights Thailand and Vietnam, and Cambodia is often overlooked when it comes to food. But once you’ve sampled Khmer cuisine, you won’t turn back.
Fish amok is a fish mousse with fresh coconut milk and kroeung, a type of Khmer curry paste made from lemongrass, turmeric root, garlic, shallots, galangal and fingerroot, or Chinese gingers. You just can’t resist the temptation.
In the booming world of medical tourism, Southeast Asia is making a very strong showing. Cambodia is not wrong when it believes the country can be turned into an inbound medical travel destination.