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Road to Ta Moan temple has been paved

By Khmerization
Source: CEN
Cambodian military officials inspecting the road to Ta Moan temple.
The
21.8 kilometres long road from the Kork Morn Roundabout in Banteay
Ampil district in Oddar Meanchey province to Ta Moan temple on the
border with Thailand has been completed and the paving has begun by the
Cambodian Army Engineering Unit.
Lt-Gen.
Khvan Seam, commander of the Cambodian Army Engineering Unit, said the
paving has commenced on 15th December and will be completed in the next
three months. He added that the road was constructed in 2009 and was
laid with gravels. He added that Prime Minister Hun Sen has tasked
Oknha Kith Meng’s CTN to raise fund to construct a 500-metre long road
from the foot of the mountain to the Ta Moan temple compound.
However,
the cost of the construction of the 21.8 kilometres long road from Kork
Morn to the foot of the mountain is the responsibility of the
government.
 
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