A 6,000-metre-long concrete avenue at the Kep National Park has officially been inaugurated, which will serve the tourism sector in Kep.
The inauguration ceremony took place on May 4 in the presence of Say Samal, Minister of Environment, Cham Nimol, Secretary of State at the Ministry of Commerce, and Som Piseth, Governor of Kep.
Minister Samal said that the 6,000-metre-long avenue, named “Bopha Prasidh Avenue” will be a tourist attraction for pedestrians and tourists who can enjoy fresh air and green scenery in the park.
The Minister hoped the avenue and the national park will play a key part in boosting the province’s economy and in improving the people’s living standard.
Kep National Park, established in 1993, covers an area of 66.64 square kilometres. The Park includes a small mountain range with tracks and trails which are popular with tourists. AKP-Chea Vannak