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Transportation Infrastructures of Cambodia

Transportation Infrastructures of Cambodia
It is always been said that the development’s backbone in a country is the physical infrastructure. Improvement in infrastructure, will directly affect economic and social development which includes education, health, tourism and trade. Here are some list of different infrastructures and the situation it is now in Cambodia:
Decades of neglecting and damages taken from the war, the railways of Cambodia are now under reconstruction; this also includes the Trans-Asian Railway project. They are replacing the bamboo trains with modern trains, the bamboo mats powered by go-kart or water pump engines. Two rail lines now exist in Cambodia and is located in Phnom Penh, with a total of 612 kilometers. A plan to connect it with Vietnam is now under way.
The Ports of the Kingdom of Cambodia were located in Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville. The Phnom Penh Port is the only river port that can accommodate to receive 8,000-ton ships during the rainy season and 5,000-ton ships during the summer time or dry season. It is still an important port for the international trade, and for domestic trade. This is the major entry way for trade in Cambodia.
Cambodia has 26 airfields in total, 8 of which had permanent-surface runways. Phnom Penh International Airport is considered the biggest airport in the country which is followed by Angkor International Airport in the Siem Reap, but in 2006 it is the busiest airport in Cambodia by overtaking the number of passengers of Phnom Penh International Airport.

All in all the Infrastructure of Cambodia is still developing. A lot of development that is still to undertake, but together with the economy of Cambodia, it is slowly developing, and sooner or later there is no wonder if Cambodia would be one of the top world countries.

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