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Kep tourism project

Kep tourism project

The Ministry of Tourism has announced an investment of US $3.7 million to develop

Kep's infrastructure and increase tourism. In cooperation with Vietnam and Thailand,

the initiative will lead to the introduction of a coastal tourism route: a cruise

ship will ferry customers between Kep and Ha Tien, a seaside resort in southern Vietnam.

The move is indicative of a steadily increasing number of Vietnamese tourists visiting

Cambodia. In a further bid to attract visitors, the government will begin extensive

development of Sihanoukville's international airport.

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