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Direct bus route between Phnom Penh and Bangkok Announced

August 27, 2012 by Khiri Travel |

Travel between Cambodia and Thailand just got easier. Recently, officials in both countries announced a bilateral agreement signed by the transport ministries that creates a direct bus route between Cambodia’s Phnom Penh and Thailand’s Bangkok.
In the coming months, Cambodia will issue licenses to 30 buses and 10 trucks, and Thailand will issue to 30 trucks and 10 buses.

Officials believe that the launch will boost bilateral trade and tourism, reduce logistics costs and facilitate economic growth and social development between the two countries and others in the Mekong region.

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