PM urges for continued collaboration for success of “Visit Siem Reap 2024”

PHNOM PENH: Samdech Moha Borvor Thipadei Hun Manet, Prime Minister of Cambodia, has called on all stakeholders to continue their close cooperation to boost the in Siem Reap province, home to the famous temples, especially to bolster the success of “Visit Siem Reap 2024.

The Premier made the appeal at the official opening ceremony of the 8th River Festival in Siem Reap provincial city this evening.

“Relevant ministries, institutions, development partners, and the private sector must continue to collaborate closely, following the ‘Dynamics of Stakeholder System' approach, to implement measures and policies aimed at achieving the goals of the special programme ‘Visit Siem Reap 2024',” he said.

Moreover, Samdech Thipadei has called upon the Ministry of Environment, the Ministry of Tourism, the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries, and the Siem Reap Provincial Administration to study and consider transforming Phnom Kulen National Park into a highly attractive destination for cultural, natural, adventure, and religious tourism, thereby further diversifying Cambodian tourism products.

Samdech Thipadei also urged all relevant ministries and institutions to devise strategies that promote gatherings such as meetings, Vipassana sessions, sports, and other events in Siem Reap, aiming to bolster the success of the special programme ‘Visit Siem Reap 2024' and coming years.

“[We] must promote the production of diverse tourism products to supply the tourism sector, thereby fostering ‘on-site exports' in line with the Pentagonal Strategy – Phase 1 of the Royal Government's 7th legislature,” he underlined.

In this regard, Samdech Thipadei has urged the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, the Ministry of Tourism, the Ministry of Commerce, and the Siem Reap Provincial Administration to study the establishment of a ‘Green Belt' area around Siem Reap with an aim is to ensure the supply of agricultural products such as vegetables, fruits, fish, and meat to meet daily needs and cater to the tourism sector, especially, to develop agro-tourism products to enhance Cambodia's tourism potential.

The cultural province of Siem Reap has been hosting the 8th River Festival from Mar. 15 to 17 under the theme “River for Peace and Development,”, to promote tourism potential of Siem Reap as well as that of other riparian provinces in Cambodia.

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