Cambodia Embassy in Thailand
The diplomatic relations between Singapore and Cambodia were established on 19th December 1950. Over the past fifty seven years, bilateral relations between Thailand and Cambodia have been overshadowed by long periods of decolonization and of the cold war. In spite of this, the people of Cambodia and Thailand have experienced also moments of peace, friendship and cooperation which have prevailed most of the time.
In 2000, His Excellency Mr. Chuan Leekpai, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand, led a delegation to pay an official visit to Cambodia, at the invitation of Samdech HUN Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia. On September, Cambodia signed with Thailand on the Agreed Minutes of the Meeting on Terms of Reference of the Thai-Cambodian Economic Cooperation and Joint Development Plan between the Royal Government of Cambodia and Royal Government of Thailand at the Ministry of Commerce.
In the following year, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, His Excellency Senior Minister HOR Namhong, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, received His Excellency Mr. Asiphol Chabchitrchaidol, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to Cambodia, in a farewell call requested by the Ambassador. During the discussions, Senior Minister HOR Namhong highly valued the contributions made by His Excellency Mr. Asiphol Chabchitrchaidol in strengthening and enlarging the friendly relations and cooperation between the two countries and the outcome achieved in his endeavors.
Relations between Cambodia and Thailand were damaged by the Jan 29 anti-Thai riots in Phnom Penh, which were sparked by rumors that a Thai actress claimed that Cambodia’s world-famous Angkor Wat temples belongs to Thailand. However, in 2003, Cambodia and Thailand agreed to restore full diplomatic relations.
Thailand-Cambodia relations have, over 57 years since the day of their diplomatic normalization, experienced many ups and downs. The prospects of an improved relationship between the two sides have been furthered by the fact that they are close neighboring countries sharing similar customs, traditions, language, and beliefs. The two governments have also been aware of the importance of maintaining their good relationship.
Ambassador: H.E. Mr. UNG Sean
Royal Embassy of Cambodia
No. 185 Rajddamri Road,
Lumpini Patumwan, Bangkok 10330,
Tel: (662) 254 630
Fax: (662) 253 9859
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Location Map of Cambodia Embassy in Thailand
Cambodia Embassy is located 0.1 kilometre from GM Rest House, 0.2 kilometre from Maintenant Division of Mwa (Maen Sri Branch). It is also located 0.2 kilometre from The Park Place, 0.3 kilometre from Rangsuan Poly Clinic.
Cambodia Embassy is located near BTS Silom line; near Ratchadamri Road, 0.1 kilometre away from Sarasin Road, 0.3 kilometre away from Langsuan Road, 0.3 kilometre away from Soi Langsuan 7.
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