Map of Sihanoukville in Russian
Map of Sihanoukville
Based on data published in the official report of the Ministry of Tourism of Cambodia, the average number of Russian visitors in the country is over 10,000 a month. As is known, most Russians are limited in reading and communication skills in English.
Especially for this category of tourists, we have prepared this maps of Sihanoukville in Russian.
Unique charasteristics of our maps: convenient format, city maps, local area maps, islands maps, Russian language. Map also includes a guide, important phone numbers, useful information and vocabulary phrases in Khmer.
Distribution: Sihanoukville, Koh Kong border
Places: 3-5 star hotels, travel agencies, restaurants, shops and supermarkets, other spots
Target audiency: expats, travelers (middle and upper income groups, russian-speaking)
Advertising rates 2013* ($USD, prices do not include 10% VAT):
Map of Sihanoukville: format A2, full-color, two-sided
Next issue realised: October — January 2013
Next issue deadline: 25-th October 2013
Circulation: 10,000 copies
module 1 (full page, 98×138 mm) — $280
module 2 (1/2 page, 98×68 mm) — $150
module 3 (1/3 page, 98×45 mm) — $100
module 4 (1/4 page, 48×68 mm) — $75*Discounts and special offers are available. For more information, please contact our Sales Manager
**Actual issue date may be up to 20 days after listed date.
For advertising, please, call 0-108-74-001, or sent e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Russia’s Market Characteristics
• According to various country studies of Russian tourists, the age group most likely to travel is the 25 to 54 age. Russia has a small emerging middle class, the vast majority of whom reside in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Moscow is one of the most rich and expensive cities in the world. Sports activities, shopping, and recreation are very expensive in Moscow. At $9 a cup, even having a good coffee in Moscow will pinch an average person.
• Russian visitors are very inclined to stay in the best hotels, and usually prefer sun and beach destinations – often booked at the last minute – and are susceptible to marketing and promotions and destinations offering visa-free access or visas on arrival. Some Russians tend to stay for extended periods – even up to five months, particularly in Asian beach resorts – in order to avoid their home country’s harsh winters.
• The survey prepared by the Global Blue shopping tourism company showed that Russians and Chinese are the world’s most prolific international shoppers by a large margin. Russian & Chinese tourists account for almost 40% of global tax-free spend.