Capital’s Wat Phnom a sacred icon sullied, local residents claim

Chhort Bunthang, Cultural Relations, Tourism and Education research officer at the Royal Academy of Cambodia, said that if the after dark reputation of the area was allowed to flourish, it would soon attract unsavoury elements.

“If people treat the place as somewhere they can secure the services of street walkers, it will have a detrimental effect on its value to tourism,” he added.

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