Eco-tourism plans for Kampot’s national park approved

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Tourists viewing the scene from Bokor Mountain. KT/Valinda Aim

Five small eco-tourism plans were submitted to the Ministry of Environment and have been approved.

The eco-tourism plans are for Monivong Bokor National Park, located at Sangkat Prek Tnaot, Kampot. They were approved in a review meeting on October 25, that was chaired by the Secretary of State of the Ministry of Environment, Net Pheaktra, with relevant experts and officials from the Ministry of Environment and representatives from the Kampot Provincial Administration.

It was reported that officials from the Ministry believed that the small-scale eco-tourism development project will contribute to the growth of the tourism sector in Kampot. The eco-tourism projects will also create more job creations and improve the livelihood of people in the area.

Secretary of State Pheaktra emphasized that eco-tourism is an important of Cambodia’s tourism. It will also contribute to the conservation of the environment. Eco-tourism is also an important part in promoting the tourism sector during the pandemic.

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