Idyllic Pursat, perfect for a ‘hidden’ holiday

Publication date 17 August 2018 | 07:43 | ICT

A new destination in the Kingdom is catching the eye of tourists in Pursat. Travelling across the mountains and through the forests of the western province, many are heading toward Thmadar Touch waterfall, just off of National Road 55. The

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