via Khmer Times, 18 October 2019: The article is lacking in details but the basic outline is already alarming. A ‘cultural park’ to be built near (or even within?) the archaeological park area?
The Council for the Development of Cambodia, a government agency that oversees investment, last week approved a large-scale tourism project in Siem Reap.
Called ‘Cambodia-China Cultural Park,’ the project will be developed by Angkor International Culture Investment & Development (Cambodia) Co., Ltd with a capital of $27.5 million.
According to CDC, the project will be developed in Sla Kram commune in Siem Reap, home to the Angkor Archaeological Park.