A 6,000-metre-long concrete avenue at the Kep National Park has officially been inaugurated, which will serve the tourism sector in Kep province.

The inauguration ceremony took place on May 4 in the presence of H.E. Say Samal, Minister of Environment, H.E. Mrs. Cham Nimol, Secretary of State at the Ministry of Commerce, and H.E. Som Piseth, Governor of Kep province.

H.E. Say Samal said that the 6,000-metre-long avenue, named “Bopha Prasidh Avenue” will be a tourist attraction for pedestrians and tourists who can enjoy fresh air and green scenery in the park.

H.E. Minister hoped the avenue and the national park will play a key part in boosting the province’s economy and in improving the people’s living standard.

Kep National Park, established in 1993, covers an area of 66.64 square kilometres. The park includes a small mountain range with tracks and trails which are popular with tourists.

Source: Agence Kampuchea Press

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