Ta Prohm’s ‘Hall of Dancers’ set for tourists

Publication date 15 November 2022 | 20:36 | ICT

The Apsara National Authority (ANA) expects that the number of tourists visiting the Hall of Dancers at Ta Prohm Temple in Siem Reap province will greatly increase now that experts have renovated it.

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