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  • The Coastal Zone

    ITB Berlin 2018
    The Cambodian Coastal Zone is located in the Southwest part of the country lies approximately 435km covered Koh Kong province, Preah Sihanouk province, Kampot province and Kèp province. The coastal zone plays a significant role in agriculture, fishery, tourism, and sea transport.
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  • The Cultural Tourism

    ITB Berlin 2018
    The Siem Reap area has been receiving foreign visitors to the ancient temples that descendants have inherited from their Khmer ancestors for centuries. Designated a World Heritage site by UNESCO, the Angkor Archeological Park encompasses dozens of the ruins of temples that have their great artistic and archeological significance. Located in the northern part of Preah Vihear Province and perched on the mountain range of Dangrèk, the Preah Vihear Temple, built between the 9th and 12th centuries i…
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  • The Eco-Tourism Zone

    ITB Berlin 2018
    The Ecotourism Zone, amazingly discovered in Rattanak Kiri, Mondul Kiri, Kratie and Stung Trèng provinces, and in the richest areas of biodiversity around the coastal zone and the Tonlé Sap Lake, consists of open dry forests, semi-evergreen forests, rainforest, mangroves, mountains/ hills, rivers, lakes, small ponds, waterfalls and cascades, wet grasslands, fauna and flora, wildlife habitats/ sanctuaries, caves/ caverns, hill tribes, traditional houses, floating houses, handicrafts, etc. These a…
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  • The Kingdom`s capital

    ITB Berlin 2018
    Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital with a population of two million people, welcomes friends from all over the world, opens her arms to embrace people from around the world, and creates resplendence of their life. Phnom Penh is a political, economic, cultural and traffic center of the nation, as well as a center for international exchanges. It is well known around the world as a city of historical and cultural significance. It is also a tourist city known both at home and abroad. Among the tourist a…
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