Tourists enjoy a boat trip in Chi Phat, Cambodia. A World Bank initiative is promoting eco-tourism in the country to make the industry more sustainable and boost nature conservation in the Southeast Asian country.
Tourists enjoy a boat trip in Chi Phat, Cambodia. A World Bank initiative is promoting eco-tourism in the country to make the industry more sustainable and boost nature conservation in the Southeast Asian country.

Emphasis will be on eco-tourism when Cambodia reopens to visitors, as operators bet on appetite for open spaces, nature and engaging experiences

  • A US$54 million World Bank initiative is helping develop eco-tourism sites, improve access and train local communities to handle visitors
  • The plan, which includes the Cardamom Mountains – Southeast Asia’s largest intact rainforest – aims to ensure the benefits of eco-tourism flow to villagers

Tourists enjoy a boat trip in Chi Phat, Cambodia. A World Bank initiative is promoting eco-tourism in the country to make the industry more sustainable and boost nature conservation in the Southeast Asian country.
Tourists enjoy a boat trip in Chi Phat, Cambodia. A World Bank initiative is promoting eco-tourism in the country to make the industry more sustainable and boost nature conservation in the Southeast Asian country.
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