The Nepal Tourism Board, Nepal Airlines, the Society of Travel & Tour Operators of Nepal, and NRNA Cambodia joined with tour operators for a tourism promotion event on September 12 at Green Palace Hotel to promote tourism between Nepal and Cambodia. The groups also signed an MoU aimeed at increasing international tourist arrivals between both the countries and increasing their presence in terms of Buddhist tourism. Experts who signed on to the MoU include Chhay Sivlin, president CATA; Mohan Gunti, CATA adviser for international relations; Anil Lama, president of SOTTO; Bimal Kandel, director of the Nepal Tourism Board; Ravindra Shrestha, director of Nepal Airlines; In Thoeun, director general Ministry of Tourism,;and Lour Thoura, director of marketing at the Ministry of Tourism. Photos by Hong Menea
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