Travelfish.org and the Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs join hands to promote travel to Cambodia

For immediate release

Jakarta July 1, 2007:

Travelfish, the leading traveller’s information portal for Thailand and Indochina, joins hands with the Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to announce a partnership to further promote independent travel to Cambodia.

Their agreement allows all applicants for Cambodian eVisas to download a complimentary Travelfish travelguide to either Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh or the historic ruins of Angkor Wat.

In the last year more than 20,000 visitors to Cambodia have used the innovative eVisa service to apply for and have issued their visa to Cambodia. Now these visitors will also be able to download a complimentary guide to either Phnom Penh or Siem Reap. These guides, delivered in PDF format, are packed with travel intelligence and are an ideal addition to anyone’s travel planning portfolio. Researched by independent travel experts, these guides are far more up-to-date than traditional guidebooks and pull no punches in delivering concise travel intelligence.

The promotion, running until July 31, 2007, allows all applicants to download a Travelfish Guide free of charge. The Phnom Penh and Siem Reap travel guides normally retail through the Travelfish site for US$3.95 amd $2.95 respectively.

For more information:
Travelfish: http://www.travelfish.org
Cambodia eVisa: http://evisa.mfaic.gov.kh/