Good news for all vaccinated travelers planning to travel to Cambodia for a historic vacation.

According to the report, foreign tourists will soon be able to revisit Cambodia and its former Angkor Wat temple, after government officials recently appeared to resume travel with antibiotics.

Reports say the travel ban from the COVID and COVID outbreak put a damper on Cambodia’s tourism industry, pushing its revenue as high as $ 1 billion last year, which was down by nearly half. management. attracted 6.6 million people.

The Cambodian tourism agency recently announced the resumption of tourist attractions in Sihanoukville, on the island of Koh Rong, as well as in Dara Sakor, on November 30. Also, reports say that the city of Siem Reap is in the north, which is the gateway to the world. The historic and non-exclusive Angkor Wat complex will be added to the city’s restaurants in January.

Regarding entry rules, foreign tourists must present proof of immunization certificates, health insurance coverage for COVID-19, and a valid swab test before departure and upon arrival in the city. Additionally, travelers will need to spend at least five days at the airport, where they will continue to undergo tampons before they can explore other parts of Cambodia.