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Motorycling tourists from Thailand visit Siem Reap

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Siem Reap Deputy Provincial Governor Khim Finan welcomed motorcycle tourism outfit Bigbike of Thailand who visited Cambodia on their “Ride for Solidarity Thailand-Cambodia” motorcycling tour on November 24. SIEM REAP PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION

Motorycling tourists from Thailand visit Siem Reap

Siem Reap Deputy Provincial Governor Khim Finan welcomed motorcycle tourism outfit Bigbike of Thailand who visited Cambodia on their “Ride for Solidarity Thailand-Cambodia” motorcycling tour.

The provincial administration of Siem Reap said that Cambodia and Thailand had cooperated in almost all sectors with each other and after the Covid-19 situation improved, economic activity on international borders had also improved.

In cooperation with the provincial administration, the tourist club association initiated the programme to promote tourism and make it easier for land-based tourists to cross the borders between the two countries, including motorcyclists.

According to the provincial administration, the head of Bigbike of Cambodia-Thailand thanked the administration and police personnel for facilitating and warmly welcoming the riders to Siem Reap province.

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