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Ministry: Arrivals of foreign tourists soar in ‘23

Publication date 01 October 2023 | 21:03 | ICT

The Ministry of Tourism reported a surge in foreign tourist arrivals in Cambodia for the first eight months of 2023. Over 3.5 million international visitors were recorded, marking a 250.8 per cent increase compared to the same period last



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