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The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.307) – Nicobar Pigeon: The only species of Caloenus pigeon that still exists in Indochina

It is found in the Islands of Nicobar, southwest peninsular Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, Solomans and Palau. Once known to be found in...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.306) – Oxalis Adventure (Vietnam): The only travel company in Indochina licensed to organize Son Doong...

Oxalis Adventure is the leading adventure tour operator in Vietnam. They pioneered life-changing caving and jungle experiences in UNESCO-recognized Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.305) – Torp Chey (Cambodia) : The largest undisturbed Angkorian ceramic kiln discovered in Indochina

The project is being led by Cambodian archaeologist Ea Darith, Deputy Director of the Apsara National Authority, with collaboration from Don Hein, a leading...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.304) – Co Dinh chromite mine (Vietnam) : The largest chromite mine in Indochina

Chromium is the main ore for the production of chromium and chromium compounds. With an important role in metallurgy, chromium is considered the soul...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.303) – Schistura kampucheensis (Campuchia) : The endemic fish of Cambodia

It is distinguished from all other species of Schistura by a combination of the following characters: 6-11 more or less regular, continuous black bars...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.302) – Van Thuy Tu Temple (Vietnam) : The place that keeps the largest whale skeleton...

The Van Thuy Tu temple, built in 1762, is the oldest in Phan Thiet City and has more than 100 purported whale skeletons, nearly...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.301) – Vulture Restaurants (Cambodia) : A unique initiative to provide non-toxic food to help conserve...

The creation of new feeding stations, or vulture “restaurants,” and the restoration of populations of depleted wildlife species represent the next important steps in...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.300) – Rong Chen (Cambodia) : The first pyramid temple of the Angkor empire built on...

Prasat Rong Chen, or Rong Chen Temple, sits atop Kulen Mountain (Phnom Kulen) located around 60-70km north of Siem Reap and about 2 km...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.299) – Vietnam Ao Dai Museum: The first private museum in Indochina promoting the image and...

Vietnam Ao Dai Museum is built from an elaborate 10-years idea of ​​Mr Hoang. The area covers lush garden houses, an ancient small pond,...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.298) – Sarus Crane: The tallest flying bird in Indochina

It has a predominantly grey plumage with a naked red head and upper neck and pale red legs. It weighs 6.8-7.8 Kgs. It is...

The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina (P.297) – Dibamus dalaiensis (Cambodia) : The legless lizard species that is endemic to Cambodia

The 6-inch-long (15-centimeter-long) reptile, called Dibamus dalaiensis, is the first of its kind discovered in the Southeast Asian country. The animal joins more than...

Thul Rithy (Cambodia) : The creator of the first Made in Cambodia laptop brand in Indochina

“I read a lot of books. I went to a university and in a year I read nearly every book in the library,” he...

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CADT02, the first winner of 9th Cambodia Robocon 2022

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The Lao PDR-Thailand-Malaysia-Singapore Power Integration Project (LTMS-PIP) will import up to 100 megawatts (MW) of renewable hydropower using existing interconnections, marking the first multilateral cross-border electricity trade...