The construction project of a tourism seaport at Koh Tonsay in Kep province is now 75 percent complete, said an official of the Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MPWT).
It took already over a year since the groundbreaking ceremony and the construction continues despite the COVID-19 pandemic, underlined Mr. Ros Sophorn, Director of MPWT’s Waterway Infrastructure and Port Construction Department.
The seaport project is part of Kep Tourism Master Plan and the maritime transportation connectivity project between seaport in Koh Tonsay and a tourism seaport in Kampot province which is under construction.
Once built, the port will not only serve tourists, but also become a pier for light cargo ships.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press