Air pollution from vehicles and electric generators inside the Angkor Archeological Park and in Siem Reap City is soiling and darkening the monuments at the World Heritage Site, an official at the Apsara Authority, which is responsible for the park, said Friday. Options to decrease the pollution from the hundreds of tour buses and tuk-tuks that ferry visitors around the park each day, as well as generators used by hotels in the country’s premier tourist town, will be discussed and addressed over the next decade, said Im Sokrithy, communications officer for the Apsara Authority. “The air pollution is
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