New law to govern rise of ecotourism in Cambodia


Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism revealed that the law, now in an early developmental stage, aims to better tap into the global ecotourism trend by keeping tourist offerings competitive while at the same time protect natural resources and boost conservation efforts.

The legislation is being developed with the help of the French University of Toulouse and Acting for Life, an NGO which specialises in sustainable tourism, to identify necessary criteria to govern and support the growth of the sector.

This is an excerpt from an article published on TTG Asia. To read the whole story, visit New law to govern rise of ecotourism in Cambodia.

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