Cambodia set to reopen borders to China, South Korea

Cambodia is preparing to reopen its borders to international tourists, with visitors from China and South Korea among those to be targeted initially.

According to local media reports, Prime Minister Hun Sen is expected to announce a reopening to international travel imminently after Cambodia’s Minister of Tourism, Thong Khon, this week told regional airline Sky Angkor Airline Co Ltd to be ready to resume flights.

Any visitors must undergo a seven-day quarantine upon arrival.

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