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Smooth Road Means More Tourism for Remote Province

Mondulkiri province, in northeastern Cambodia, is known these days as a good place to trek, where wildlife and waterfalls make for good scenery, amid forested mountains of red clay, and where indigenous hill tribes still live a traditional way of life.
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Kouprey is a symbolic statue of Mondulkiri province located in the Sen Monorom provincial capital. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)
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Kouprey is a symbolic statue of Mondulkiri province located in the Sen Monorom provincial capital. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)

A road leading to an ethnic village in Mondulkiri province, Cambodia. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)
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A road leading to an ethnic village in Mondulkiri province, Cambodia. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)

So Phal, a tour guide, is seen talking to tourists inside Coffee Resort, Mondulkiri province, Cambodia. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)
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So Phal, a tour guide, is seen talking to tourists inside Coffee Resort, Mondulkiri province, Cambodia. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)

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A landscape view of Sen Monorom, provincial capital of Mondulkiri province, Cambodia. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)
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A landscape view of Sen Monorom, provincial capital of Mondulkiri province, Cambodia. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)

National Road 76, from Sen Monorom to Koh Nhek district, currently under construction in Mondulkiri province, Cambodia. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)
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National Road 76, from Sen Monorom to Koh Nhek district, currently under construction in Mondulkiri province, Cambodia. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)

Sunset view from Dos Kromom Hill, in Mondulkiri province, Cambodia. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)
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Sunset view from Dos Kromom Hill, in Mondulkiri province, Cambodia. (Nov Povleakhena/VOA Khmer)

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