According to the report of the Protection and Management of Angkor and the Region of Siem Reap (APSARA) from January to October, 2015, the number of international tourists visited Angkor temples on their vacation rose 2% (1.67 million visitors) in comparison to the same period last year.
In October alone, the temple attracted 153,308 tourists, contributing revenue of USD 4.38 million for tourism. According to the report, China, South Korea and Japan are on the top sources for tourists in Cambodia.
The entrance fee to the Angkor temples and monuments in Siem Reap area for each foreign tourist is set at USD20 for a day visit, USD40 for three days and USD60 for one week.
The Angkor Archeological Park, inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1992, in Siem Reap province, 135 km northwest of Phnom Penh, is the main tourist attraction in Cambodia, well ahead of coastal areas and the ecotourism sites in the northeastern part of the country.