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On 16th March 2017 at NMC 7th Floor building, The National Metrology Center of Ministry of Industry and Handicraft celebrated the handover ceremony of weights and Electricity Calibration Equipment which were granted by the National Institute of Metrology (NIM), China.This cermony was presided over by Her Excellency Mrs Lay Navinn, Secretary of State, Ministry of Industry & Handicraft. Taking this special occasion, Her Excellency Lay Navinn also expressed her sincere thanks to Chinese government as well as NIM, China for the kind dontation of these instruments to the National Metrology Center (NMC), Cambodia for implementing its work effectively. More importantly, she added that these instruments would significantly contribute to assist NMC to respond the urgent needs from the market demand, and to fulfill the lacking points that NMC is confronted with. On the other hand, Mr. Fang Xiang, Director General of NIM, China addressed that these instruments were simple. He presented thirteen sets of Mass and one set of Electricity Meter Calibration Equipment, sybolizing the cooperation of the two instittutions in science and technology. Also, it gave NMC the direction where to go forward. Furthermore, it presented the important lesson of why national measurement standards should be given pritority as they play a critical role in underpinning the imdustrial and economic growth of Cambodiaa nd advancement of Science and Technology. He strongly believes that the excellent bonds of friendship and cooperation between National Metrology Center of Ministry of Industry and Handicraft, and National Institute of Metrology of China will be further strengthened and developed in the years to come. with these instruments and future cooperation, NIM and NMC will jointly work for the development of metrology in Cambodia with electricity and mass as priority fields.

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Asia-Pacific Metrology Programme
Mid-Year Meeting 2015
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
22 to 26 June 2015
Hosted by Ministry of Industry & Handicraft, National Metrology Center (NMC)


Ministry of Industry & Handicraft, and National Metrology Center, Cambodia (NMC) have a great pleasure to host the 2015 Asia-Pacific Metrology Programme (APMP) Mid-year Meeting. The APMP Mid-Year meetings and related activities will be held from 22 to 26 June, 2015, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

The main agenda of this event is the meetings of the Executive Committee, Technical Committee Chairs, and Developing Economies’ Committee. Following that, a Metrology Symposium and technical workshop will be organized to bring awareness of metrology to the general public of Cambodia, and it is a good opportunity for NMC staff to increase more understanding on metrology infrastructure by sharing the expertise from the APMP experts.


Committee Meetings

The main program of the APMP Mid-Year Meeting is the meetings of the Executive Committee (EC),Technical Committee Chairs (TC Chairs), and the Developing Economies‘Committee (DEC).The EC and TC Chairs will first meet separately on 22 June, and then on the 23 June they will have a joint meeting. The EC will have a second meeting on the evening on 23 June. The DEC will meet in the afternoon of 23 June. This meeting is open to representatives of NMIs ororganizations concerned with the goals of DEC.

National Awareness Symposium: “clean water, food safety, energy efficiencies, and chemical metrology

A metrology-themed symposium will be organized to raise awareness about metrology for the Cambodians, especially executives and decision makers from government agencies, universities and industry. The symposium will adopt the theme of this year here in Cambodia is National Awareness Symposium on “clean water, food safety, energy efficiencies and chemical metrology”. The symposium will take place in the morning of 25 June at High Sky Hotel, Phnom Penh capital city.

Technical Workshop for “Electrical and Mechanical Metrology”

To obtain benefits and advantages of the presence of APMP Technical Committee chairs in Cambodia, a technical​l workshop will be organized. Currently there are four accredited calibration laboratories in NMC, and this would be a great opportunity for them to meet with the experts from the APMP Technical Committees. Some Technical CommitteeChairs have agreed to share their knowledge and experiences in their respective fields with the local audience. This workshop will be organized in four parallel sessions, in the afternoon of 24 June, also there is another technical workshops will be conducted in the morning of 26 June 2015.

Paying a courtesy call on senior leaders of Ministry of Industry & Handicraft

Prior to the meetings from 22 to 23 June 2015, it is a great opportunity for NMC, Cambodia to offer APMP members in discussions with senior government officials of Ministry of Industry & Handicraft, which will take place at Ministry of Industry & Handicraft on 25 June in the afternoon.

Laboratory Visit

A laboratory visit to NMC is planned in the morning of 24 June. Besides giving an opportunity for our APMP colleagues to view the facilities at NMC laboratories, this will also give an opportunity for NMC staff to have more in-depth technical discussion with the experts.

Sightseeing tour

To conclude the series of event, a sightseeing tour has been arranged for the participants to visit Royal Palace of the Kingdom of Cambodia and surrounding area. This will take place in the afternoon of 26 June.


The main venue of the meetings is at High Sky Hotel, a brand new 4-Star Luxury Hotel located on the banks of The Historic Mekong River offering spectacular and sensational views of The River Delta, and situated 1 kilometer from Cambodia – Japan Friendship (Chroy Changva) Bridge and 20-minute drive from Phnom Penh International Airport. High Sky Hotel offers a unique choice of Foods & Beverages options on the rooftop serving Western and Asian Cuisine with a wide selection of International Wines and Cocktails. The magnificent views of The Mekong are sensational while you indulge.

Overall Schedule

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The organizers suggested you only High Sky Hotel for your accommodation and we have secured a special rate for room stay for participants of APMP Mid-Year Meeting. You can book or reserve your room stay via Hotel’s Website below:


Participants from foreign countries who attend the APMP Mid-Year Meeting 2015 are advised to book their flight to Phnom Penh InternationalAirport.The organizing committee will meet participants at the airport and provide transportation to the hotel. Please inform us your travel itinerary and any changes to it in order to ensure that we are able toprovide you with a free transportation from airport to hotel

VISA Information

For the latest regulation concerning visa regulations, please contact the Cambodian Mission (Embassy or Consulate) in or closest to your country.

The following is a short summary of visa regulations.

Mostly, citizens from other countries need a visa to visit Cambodia, even for a short visit. Please contact the nearest Cambodian Mission to apply for visa. We shall provide personal invitation letters in order to facilitate your visa application. Citizens from some countries enjoy the privilege of visa-free and/or visa on arrival procedure.

Holders of normal passports of the following countries do not require a visa for Cambodia for up to 30 days (unless otherwise noted): Indonesia, Laos PDR, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Holders of consular, diplomatic, service, special or official passports issued to nationals of Brazil, BruneiBulgariaChinaCubaEcuadorHungaryIndiaIndonesiaIranJapan, Laos PDR,  MalaysiaMongoliaMyanmarPeruPhilippinesRussiaSeychellesSingaporeSlovakiaSouth KoreaThailand and  Vietnam do not require a visa for Cambodia.

Some nationalities are required to get visa in advance at Royal Embassy of Kingdom of Cambodia in their country such as Afghanistan, Algeria, Arab Saudi, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, and Nigeria.

Countries not Eligible for Visa on Arrival

Visa on arrival is not permitted for holders of passports from the following countries: Afghanistan; Algeria; Bangladesh; Iran; Iraq; Pakistan; Saudi Arabia; Sri Lanka; and Sudan. Holders of these passports must obtain a Cambodian visa before arriving in the country. Holders of these passports are also required to hold a sponsor letter or invitation from a company / organization / travel agent, and you are also advised to hold a valid return ticket.

Cambodian e-visa

Cambodia offers a convenient service whereby you can acquire your visa online with a credit card. Once approved, you’ll receive an email that you will need to print out and take with you to present to the immigration official upon your arrival. It’s important to note that not all land crossings are equipped to accept the e-visa, so be sure to review the list of checkpoints – both Phnom Penh and Siem Reap international airports accept e-visa. This service costs a total of $25, $20 for the visa and a $5 processing fee. The e-visa is only valid for tourist visas, not business or diplomatic visas. Please apply for e-visa via website:


Please register by filling out the registration form, and send it by email or fax to the address or number below. Participation in the APMP Mid-year meeting is free for APMP members and partners.


-Mr. KhlautOusa

Deputy Director of Department of Industrial Metrology, NMC


Mobile telephone: +85516585855

-Mr. Sophors EM

Chief of Industrial Metrology Affairs and International Cooperation office, NMC

Email: or

Mobile telephone: +85581-429-272

General Information about Cambodia

The Kingdom of Cambodia, formerly Kampuchea, is a Southeast Asian nation that borders Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and the Gulf of Thailand. The capital city is Phnom Penh.


Situated in the southwest of the Indochinese peninsula, Cambodia occupies a total area of 181,035 square kilometers and borders Thailand to the west and northwest, Laos to the northeast, Vietnam to the east, and Gulf of Thailand to the southwest. Cambodia’s geographic coordinates are 13 00 N, 105 00 E. Cambodia’s terrain consists mainly of low plains, with mountains to the southwest and north. Two dominant physical features of Cambodia are the Mekong river, which runs from north to south of the country, and the Tonlé Sap Lake. Natural resources include oil and gas, timber, gemstones, iron ore, manganese, phosphates, hydropower potential.


Cambodia’s population is approximately 14 million. Ninety per cent of residents are Khmer; the rest are Cham (Khmer Muslim), Chinese, Vietnamese, Indian, Thai, Phnorng, Kuoy, Stieng, Tamil, etc. Population density is 78/ km2.


Like most of Southeast Asia, Cambodia’s climate is hot and warm almost all year round. The climate is dominated by the annual monsoon cycle of rainy and dry seasons. The rainy season lasts from May to October, and the dry season from November to April. December to January is the coolest months, while the hottest period is in April. The average temperature is around 27-28ºC.


Khmer is the official language of Cambodia. The Cambodian language is derived from the Mon-Khmer (Austro-Asiatic) language family. Khmer is renowned for possessing one of the largest sets of alphabets; it consists of 33 consonants, 23 vowels and 12 independent vowels.

While tourists may wish to learn a few spoken phrases before or when visiting Cambodia, English is widely spoken and understood. French and Mandarin are also spoken frequently in the country; most elderly Cambodians speak French and many people in the Khmer-Chinese population speak Mandarin.


Theravada Buddhism is the prevailing official religion in Cambodia and approximately ninety percent of the population is Buddhist. Islam, Hinduism and Christianity are also embraced in Cambodia.


Cambodian official currency is Riel, but US Dollar is widely accepted around Cambodia.

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