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Over 120 int’l delegates slated to tour ‘high-end’ coastal attractions

Publication date 29 November 2022 | 22:02 | ICT

The government is set to take more than 120 international delegates, who are in Preah Sihanouk province next month for the World-Bays Club’s 2022 World Congress, on a tour of various beaches, islands and ecotourism communities, to showcase

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