The Cambodian government recently released a report "highlights of travel," said the country's tourism industry has been growing steadily in the last 5 years, with nearly 2.2 million visitors in 2009, up 120 % compared to 2004. Of the total number of international tourists to Cambodia in 2009, tourists to Vietnam reached a record 319,200 visitors, followed by Korea with 197,725 visitors and over 148,480 American visitors. In 2005, the tourism industry in Cambodia has served more than 1.420 million visitors, up 42% in 2004; in 2006 was 1.7 million, up 70% in 2007 was 2.015 million visitors, up more than 100 % in 2008 and served 2.125 million, up 110%. In 2008, Korea is a country where the number of tourists to Cambodia's largest with 266,525 arrivals, followed by Vietnam with nearly 209,520 passengers and nearly 163,810 Japanese visitors. Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said the tourism sector becomes the engine of economic growth of this country, and also Cambodia's commitment to become one of the attractive tourist destinations in the world. Temple Angkor Wat Siem Reap province is the attraction most tourists in Cambodia. In addition, ecotourism and cultural tourism as well as the pride of the industry "smokeless industry" in Cambodia. /.