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Binh Phuoc National Park reopens
  • |, TP | January 12, 2022 08:36 AM
Bu Gia Map National Park in the southern province of Binh Phuoc has been reopened again after a four-month closure due to Covid-19.

According to the management board, the national park began welcoming tourists again on January 8.


The 25,601-hectare national park was established by the prime minister in 2002.

The is site is an ideal location for scientific research activities to preserve rare animals and plants.

The highest mountain at the national park is 738 metres high, being adjacent to Dak Nong Province.

Located near Cambodia’s nature reserves, Bu Gia Map plays an important role in the preservation of endangered species such as yellow-cheeked gibbons, Sunda pangolins and black-shanked doucs.

It is home to 105 mammal species, 246 bird species, and over 70 reptile species, including rare and endangered animals.

The national park has 52 recorded plant species.

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