Tourism and the environment

Tourism and Environment Sambo Prei Kuk

Since the temple zone of Sambor Prei Kuk site was inscribed on the World Heritage List, the number of local and international tourists has steadily increased. To facilitate tourists to visit the site easily and to participate in the long-term conservation, the circuit, signage, visitor display and interpretation information and also wooden stairs etc. have been improved.

In addition, the National Authority for Sambor Prei Kuk aims to strengthen the relationship between natural people and ancient temples, as well as to contribute to improving the livelihoods of the people living around and in the resort area through the creation of tourism services by selling food, souvenirs, being a guide, renting a homestay, transporting or renting bicycles for visitors.

Sambor Prei Kuk Environment and Prevention

A combination of ancient buildings such as temples, water conservancy, communication network, the traditions of the locals and nature make the cultural landscape of Sambor Prei Kuk temple stand out. The conservation work and restoring the natural landscape is to think at a high level to make it balanced. The National Authority for Sambor Prei Kuk has taken strict and regular measures to monitor and prevent encroachment, forest fires and the capture of all kinds of animals in the site area. In addition, the expert team has put in place a plan to inventory the trees in the dense forest area to study the species, variations and evolution of the forest from ancient times to the present.

Inventory of trees in dense forest area and tree care

Preventing the capture of all kinds of animals                           

Preventing the capture of all kinds of animals



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