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Dans KI, j'ai vu un beau temple Yirkname dans le parc national; Phnom Bokor. Le temple est situé au sommet de la montagne. C'est bien d'être au sommet de la montagne, p.c.q quand on chie, ça va vers le bas. L'auteur qui a posté cette foto a écrit en khmer '' Bokor khmer, Virhear Youan ''. On peut aussi dire '' Srok kmer, dey youan ''



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Dans KI, j'ai vu un beau temple Yirkname dans le parc national; Phnom Bokor. Le temple est situé au sommet de la montagne. C'est bien d'être au sommet de la montagne, p.c.q quand on chie, ça va vers le bas. L'auteur qui a posté cette foto a écrit en khmer '' Bokor khmer, Virhear Youan ''. On peut aussi dire '' Srok kmer, dey youan ''



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Ce n'est que la partie visible de iceberg, :-P
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Faites le calcul!!!!! Où va cet argent?? On dirait que au Srok, il n'y a pas de gouvernement pour gérer le patrimoine national.

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Sok Kong - the tycoon who ensures Vietnam controls and takes the lion's share of all Cambodia's economic assets and generated revenues - School of Vice

PHNOM PENH, April 23 (Xinhua) -- Cambodia's Angkor Wat temple, a world heritage site, had attracted 778,740 foreign visitors in the first quarter of 2014, up 12 percent compared to the same period last year, official data showed Wednesday.

The top five countries visiting the site are South Korea, China, Vietnam, Japan and Russia.

During the January-March period this year, the Angkor received some 156,300 South Koreans, up 10 percent; 101,130 Chinese, up 16 percent; 52,420 Vietnamese, up 14 percent; 49,400 Japanese, up 9 percent and 42,050 Russians, up 20 percent.

Chhoeuy Chhorn, administration chief of tourism department in Siem Reap province, where the Angkor is located, attributed the continued growth to the site's world heritage status and the country's political stability and good security.

He said the number of Chinese tourists to the site is on a steady rise thanks to the two countries' friendly relationship, broader promotion of the Angkor to the world, and more direct flight connections between Cambodia and China.

Angkor archeological park, the kingdom's largest cultural tourism destination, is located about 315 km northwest of Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia.


An entrance fee to the site is 20 U. S. dollars a day for a foreign visitor, 40 U.S. dollars for a three-day visit and 60 U.S. dollars for a week-long visit.

The 12th century temple received about 2.23 million foreign tourists last year, up 8 percent year-on-year.

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C'est pas grave monsieur le minister....kékéké...C'est un test de la part de CNN kékéké. CNN sait que Angkor Wat appartient au Yirckname; c'est une Yirckname qui collecte tous les profits...On s'excuse. Ok? T'es pu fâché là? kékéké...







Government says CNN described Angkor Wat as being in Thailand



The Cambodia Herald, June 21, 2014

PHNOM PENH ( The Cambodia Herald)- Cambodia's Ministry of Tourism says CNN International described the Angor Wat temple as being in Thailand in a posting on its Facebook page earlier this week.

In a statement on its website, the ministry said "many people, especially Cambodians, suffered a rude shock" on Wednesday when they saw the posting.

The caption reportedly said: "Thailand's Angkor Wat is only no. 6 - so what's the world's top landmark?"

The ministry said the posting was "highly unacceptable by many who had expressed disgust since CNN International is of high repute.

"The Ministry of Tourism promptly wrote to CNN International to seek an explanation and for immediate redress," it said, adding that it had received two emailed apologies.

"We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for caring and urge that you join us in accepting the mistake on the CNN International facebook page to be an innocent human error," the ministry said.


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