PHNOM PENH Cheap Nike Shoes Online , May 18 (Xinhua) -- Cambodia has promoted a "Visitor Code of Conduct" for tourists visiting the famed Angkor Archaeological Park in the northwestern city of Siem Reap province after several recent incidents in which tourists have taken naked photos at this sacred site.
Regulated by the Apsara National Authority, which manages the site, the code tells tourists of the rules against wearing revealing clothes, touching carvings or sitting on fragile structures, smoking, and entering restricted areas at the temples Cheap Nike Shoes Free Shipping , said the code, which was posted on the website of Cambodia's state- run Agence Kampuchea Press (AKP) on Sunday.
"Any act of looting, breaking or damaging Angkor, or exposing sex organs and nudity in public area is a crime punishable by law, " the code said.
It has been disseminated following recent incidents of tourists taking nude photographs at the Angkor Archaeological Park. The latest incident took place on May 10, involving with 3 foreign tourists taking the photographs of their bare bottoms in the complex of this ancient site.
The trio Cheap Jordan Shoes , including a 19-year-old Dutch woman, a 30-year-old Italian man, and a 30-year-old Argentine man, were deported two days later after they were convicted of taking nude photos at the site.
Angkor Archeological Park, inscribed on the UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1992, is the kingdom's most popular tourist destination.
The site attracted 2.35 million foreign tourists in 2014 Cheap Puma Shoes , generating a gross revenue of 59.3 million U.S. dollars from ticket sales, according to the Apsara National Authority.
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Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said two police officers, a technician and five civilians died in the attack near a building used by the riot police. Up to 100 people were hurt in the blast but only seven of them remain in hospital, he said.
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Turkey has been plagued by a series of deadly bomb attacks in the past 18 months, carried out by Kurdish militants or Islamic State group extremists.
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