As Cambodia has achieved a level of political stability, the country is now being exposed to an increase in ecotourism, albeit quite small. Koh Kong province is the leader for ecotourism in Cambodia through the establishment of ecolodges like Tatai Ecolodge. The Koh Kong region spans 11,136 square kilometres and includes one of Southeast Asia’s largest tracts of virgin rainforest. Threatened species call this area home, including Asian elephants, tigers, Siamese crocodiles, pileated gibbons, and tigers. Entry into this area by foreigners was forbidden for many years and, now that it can be explored, it is important to do it responsibly.
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