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Ministry says 1M int’l tourists expected in 2022

Publication date 19 May 2022 | 22:18 | ICT

Cambodia is expected to welcome one million international tourists and tally eight million domestic trips by end-2022, according to new estimates from the tourism ministry – which have been met with mixed reactions amongst industry experts



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