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Two new projects set for Kingdom’s tourism

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Tourists visited Bayon Temple last week. Hin Pisei

Two new projects set for Kingdom’s tourism

Cambodia plans to implement another two projects in the tourism sector in the framework of the Mekong-Lancang Cooperation, according to Ministry of Tourism secretary of state Hor Moniroth, who said the two projects are founded on cultural and natural heritage, with an aim of quality in recognition and tourist satisfaction to strengthen tourism service provision for Chinese tourists.

His remark was made during leading delegations from Mekong-Lancang member countries including China, Cambodia and Vietnam to meet CPC Hainan Provincial Committee standing committee member Tong Daochi for the official opening of the 2018 Sanya Forum for Lancang-Mekong Tourist Cities Cooperation.

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