Royal Government of Cambodia has recently formulated a body not only to manage the income from entrance fees to visit Angkor temples, but also to respond to suggestions and queries from visitors regarding the visit.
Called Angkor Institution, the state-run body takes over the work previously managed by a private group, Sok Kong, and starts its operation from this month onward.
Economy and Finance Minister H.E. Aun Porn Moniroth and Tourism Minister Thong Khon co-chaired the event to announce the legitimacy of the Angkor Institution lately in Siem Reap province.
Service quality and two-way communication assurance both to sustain the government income from the sector and to continuously improve the work are the key commitments of the newly established institution.
The two ministers also encouraged good cooperation and transparency of the institution.