Cambodia diversifies tourism products to lure more visitors to Angkor

The Cambodian government said it has mapped out a plan to address the decline in tourists at the world-famous Angkor Archaeological Park in Siem Reap.

According to a latest report of Angkor Enterprise – a public administration, which is under the technical supervision of the Ministry of Tourism and under the financial supervision of the Ministry of Economy and Finance, about 2.2 million foreign tourists bought passes to the temple complex in 2019, a 15 percent decline over the same period in 2018. Income from ticket sales reached 99 million USD.

Top Sopheak, spokesperson at the Tourism Ministry, said the ministry has worked with relevant authorities and reached a solution.

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