Cambodia launches new tourist port in coastal city Kep

PHNOM PENH, Jan 20 (Xinhua): Cambodia has inaugurated a US$1.2 million tourist port in the seaside city of Kep, aiming at attracting more foreign tourists to the southwestern Kep province in the post-Covid-19 era, said a transport ministry's news release.

Speaking at the event, Cambodian Transport Minister Sun Chanthol said the port, built on a total area of 3,470 square metres, can accommodate three cruise ships with a capacity of 150 passengers each and some small tourist boats.

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