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Can Tho linked with Phnom Penh by high-speed ships

20/04/2006 (GMT+7)

Can Tho Transport Company has put into operation high-speed tourism ships to serve tourists travelling on Can Tho city – Phnom Penh of Cambodia.

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The ship runs with a speed of 25 nautical miles an hour. The ship starts at Can Tho ferry, passing Long Xuyen city of An Giang province, Vinh Xuong border gate, Kaomsamnor border gate to the Mekong River and finishes at Phnom Penh port.

A trip takes seven hours and there are two trips a day. A return ticket costs US $45.

(Source: ND)

 

 

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