Kep City. The smallest province of Cambodia gets another international recognition, this time from ASEAN as one of the most clean cities of the region in an event celebrated in Chan Mai, Thailand on January 26, 2018. Last September ASEAN mentioned also Kep as for Environmentally Sustainable Cities Award. Today, Governor Khem Satha went around the province in a gesture of congratulation for everybody involved in the campaign to keep a safe environment and clean place, making Kep a friendly tourism destination. The Kep Sea Festival of last December played also a big role in this chain of successes where Don Bosco teachers and students participated also with a civic spirit of care for the province where the school has its headquarters. The four coastal provinces of Cambodia (Koh Kong, Kompong Saom, Kampot and Kep) are becoming places of high interest for national and international visitors. It opens the doors of opportunities for Don Bosco students and teachers. Currently, Don Bosco Cambodia has two presences in the coastal area: Don Bosco Sihanoukville and Don Bosco Kep, offering skill training in subjects such as hospitality, tourism, electricity, secretariat and media communication, topics that become of great help for the local development.