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Phnom Penh City

Phnom Penh is the capital and largest city of Cambodia. Located on the banks of the Mekong River.

  • Street 240

    Street 240

    Street 240's tree shaded avenue harbors a unique collection of quality boutiques and souvenir shops, offering Cambodian silks and silk fashions, Southeast Asian art, handicrafts, curios andfurniture. There are a few restaurants, bars, wine shops, bookstores, and travel agencies interspersed along the way.

    After visiting the Royal Palace, stroll around the corner to explore Street 240. Most of the shops are concentrated along the couple of blocks between Street 19 and Norodom Blvd. At the corner of Street 240 next to the Royal Palace, the Council of Ministers building sits distinctively, particularly photogenic in the late afternoon. Before heading up 240, consider taking a short detour through the park to Wat Botum to see the towering white 'Buddha Relic Stupa'. As you are walking up Street 240 from the Palace area note the well preserved colonial era villas on the south side of the street.


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  • Toul Sleng Genocide Museum (S-21)

    Toul Sleng Genocide Museum (S-21)

    Prior to 1975, Toul Sleng was a high school. When the Khmer Rouge came to power it was converted into the S-21 prison and interrogation facility. Inmates were systematically tortured to extract confessions, after which they were executed at the killing fields of Choeung Ek. S-21 processed over 17,000 people, less than a dozen of whom survived.

    The building now serves as a museum, a memorial and a testament to the madness of the Khmer Rouge regime.


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  • Silver Pagoda

    Silver Pagoda

    The Silver Pagoda, also known as the Preah Vihear Preah Keo Morokat (the Emerald Pagoda) to Cambodians, lies within the grounds of the Royal Palace, which is situated near the banks of the Mighty Mekong.

    Originally a wooden structure, the palace was initially constructed in 1892 during the reign of King Norodom, but rebuilt to its present grandeur by King Norodom Sihanouk in 1962. The king spared no effort to make this a true embodiment of brilliant Khmer art. More than 5300 pcs of 1.125 kilo silver tiles are used to cover the floor of the Silver Pagoda, and the silver pieces collectively weigh over six tons.

    The staircase leading into the pagoda is marble, and inside, two breathtaking representations of the Buddha hold court. The Emerald Buddha is in fact made of Baccarat crystal, and dates back to the 17th century. A small glass case nearby enshrines a sacred Buddha relic brought from Sri Lanka in 1956 by the Venerable Loeva Em of Wat Lanka. However, the second statue of Buddha is the one that catches the eyes of visitors. Its 90 kilo gold body is studded with 2086 diamonds; the largest of which a 25 karats brilliant piece can be found on the Buddha's crown. Cast in 1904 by King Sisowath at the request of his elder brother King Norodom, it represents Maitreya Buddha, the future Buddha.

    There are a total of 1650 items on display at the temple. They include cast gold headdresses made especially for the royal dancers, many solid gold Buddha statues in different forms, gifts from royalties and dignitaries from around the world and a myriad of jewels and precious antiques.


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Sihanoukville ​Beach

Preah Sihanouk province is Cambodia's most famous beach town. Better known as Kampong Som to locals, it is about 230 km southwest of Phnom Penh.

  • Koh Rong

    Koh Rong

    It is situated west of the provincial coast. It offers the fantastic strand of beach on its southwest, stretching about 5km. It has freshwater resources on the island and a bustling fishing community with basic supplies including fresh water, fish and crab.


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  • Koh Sang Saa

    Koh Sang Saa

    In Cambodia’s untouched Koh Rong Archipelago, two pristine islands lie side by side. They are known locally as Song Saa – Khmer for ‘The Sweethearts’.

    Song Saa Island is as seductive as the name implies. Think intimate. Think luxurious. But above all think harmony – with all the elements of nature that make this place so special.

    The resort spans the islands of Koh Ouen and Koh Bong, connected by a footbridge over a marine reserve we have established to safeguard the islands’ reefs and marine life including turtles, seahorses and exotic species of tropical fish.

    It features luxury Over-Water, Jungle and Ocean-View villas built with sustainable materials and with the deepest respect for the natural environment.

    At the resort’s heart is a world-class restaurant and lounge, spectacularly positioned just off the island’s shoreline and surrounded by sea. A short stroll on the boardwalk will leave you perfectly positioned to take in dramatic sunsets, seascapes and starry nights.

    From the moment you set foot on Song Saa’s exquisite islands, we hope you won’t have a care in the world. For this reason, we provide a simple Always-Included pricing policy: one price, per villa, per night. The only exceptions to this are motorised water activities, some adventure and conservation experiences as well as treatments at the resort’s sanctuaries.

    Other features include:

    • large infinity edge swimming pool
    • spa and wellness sanctuaries positioned in the rainforest and along the shore
    • yoga and meditation centre on the shoreline, ideal for yoga at sunrise
    • water-sports such as kayaking, snorkelling, and boating
    • fascinating ecological program to experience the area’s flora and fauna
    • an exclusive island boutique featuring designer labels from around the world, luxury body care products, and local art works.

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  • Independence Beach

    Independence Beach

    Independence Beach is a white sandy beach named after the 7-storey Independence Hotel in the area. 

    The Independence Beach is calm and quiet and the perfect place to relax.


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Rattanakiri

Rattanak Kiri is the mountainous northeastern frontier province of Cambodia that borders Laos, Vietnam, Mondul Kiri and Stung Treng.

  • Lumphat

    Lumphat's Wildlife Harmony

    Lumphat Wildlife Sanctuary is the part of  Ratanak Kiri wildlife sanctuary. It has an area of 2,225 square kilometers, and charms tourists with its picturesque forests and tranquil surroundings. It’s also a haven for a wide range of wildlife, including some endangered species.

    Lumphat Wildlife Sanctuary contains mountains, forests, and lowlands. It provides ideal shelter for large mammals such as elephants, bantengs, gaurs, tigers, and wild buffalos, as well as bears and smaller carnivores and primates.

    The Forest has roughly a dozen large wild animal species. There are around a hundred bird species here, including waterfowl.

    Besides providing shelter to a diverse range of wildlife, the Sanctuary is also home to more than 100 indigenous families, mostly from the Phnong minority. They make their living entirely from the park’s natural resource, utilizing natural resins, vines, rattans, herbal trees, and forest products.

    Tourists wishing to visit Lumphat should contact the park rangers of Phnom Prik national park. They will guide them around the site. If visitors want to see more, they can camp here for up to one week.


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  • Katieng Waterfall

    Katieng Waterfall

    Three kilometers from Ka Chanh waterfall is the 10 m high Katieng waterfall. The cascading falls are surrounding by trees that provides welcome shade to the visitors. 

    The falls are best viewed from below. At the base of the falls are naturally scattered large boulders that visitors can climb. Also available are elephants for scenic tours of the surrounding forest. 

    Unique Kreung handicrafts, souvenirs and other products are to be found here. These include the ‘back-strapped baskets’, natural fabrics, gourd vessels and gongs. 

    The waterfall is to be found in Katieng village, in Lbang I commune of  Lum Phat district. Distance from Ban Lung town is around seven-kilometers.


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  • Yeak Laom Lake

    Yeak Laom Lake

    Yeak Laom Lake is located about 5 kilometers southeast of central Banlung. This beautiful lake is a crater formed after a volcanic eruption over 4000 years ago; the diameter of this lake is about 800 meters and it bears about 50 meters of clear water.

    At one end, there are two wooden platforms for tourists to view the lake up close, but some people cannot resist a dip to feel the warmth of the water for themselves.

    A path surrounds the lake, providing a leisurely track for trekking. A walk around the lake takes around forty minutes. Midway along the track, at the western end of the lake, there is a small visitor center which exhibits and sells local handicrafts such as musical instruments, crossbows, baskets, scarves and handbags made from hand-woven cloth.

    Wild pigs and rare birds including eagles can be seen around the lake and tourists may also spot rarely seen large brightly colored butterflies; some with wing spans of up to 20 centimeters.

    The Cambodian term ‘ Yeak Laom ’, translated into English means ‘giants’ and ‘surroundings’. Thus, the legend of the lake, often recited by local raconteurs, goes as follows: 

    In ancient time, there was a very powerful giant king who had the most attractive daughter. Both her hair and body emitted a fragrant aroma so the giant king named her ‘Neang Sak Kra Oob’ which means ‘fragrant hair girl’. When she grew up, a strong, handsome man came to woo her. Their love for each other soon grew up strong but this lovely couple was afraid that the giant king would eventually discover their secret love so they both decided to flee into the deep forest.

    Soon after, the giant king learned of his daughter’s situation and he was both deeply shocked and distresses. First he expressed pity for his daughter. Then he assembled a battalion of troops to search for his beloved daughter. His entire kingdom and the jungle were checked by his gigantic army of soldiers but they could find no sign of her even as they finally reached the thick forest where a pond is located today.

    The giant king suspected that his daughter might be in the forest so he deployed his massive forces to secure the perimeter of the forest. Suddenly, he ordered all his troops to pull out of the forest and dig there surrounding ground very deeply to find his precious daughter. They all dug with vigor but the soldiers eventually became exhausted and their efforts were to no avail. Finally, the giant king reluctantly ordered all his troops to return to his kingdom.

    The giant hold dug by the giant king’s troops, including the uprooting of trees, in an unsuccessful effort to find the King’s daughter, has left this deep pond in the Ratanak Kiri area. That is why the local people call this site “Yeak Laom Pond”.

    But there is a slightly different version from that previously mentioned. This version declares that there was a giant commander who had tried to arrest the giant king’s daughter and separate her from her lover. When the troops of the commander surrounded the mountain where they were hiding, this lovely couple thought that there was no way to escape.

    Because their true love, both of them decided to wish to disappear into the ground. They both started to pray to the spiritual power, Preah Eisey, and to all of the gods, ‘with your respectful magical powers protecting this area in perpetuity, please, we will sacrifice our live by making the sink down ’. Suddenly, the mountain area quickly sunk into the ground including the giant king’s daughter and her lover. This is why this plateau top has become a deep pond and is the reason the local people call this pond ‘Yeak Laom’.

    Another ancient folktale claims that the story of the origin of this ‘Yeak Loam’ name is completely different and likely more believable. The recalls that ‘Yeak’ in the language of the ancient minority living there meant the ‘owner or the chief of the villagers’. The word ‘Loam’ was the name of the person who was a former chief of that area. So, there for the words ‘Yeak Laom’ is a respectful reminder of the sacred and spiritual nature of their ancient leader that used to rule the local minority people in happiness and harmony a long time ago.


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Siem Reap

Siem Reap is the capital city of Siem Reap Province in northwestern Cambodia, and is the gateway to Angkor region.

  • Angkor Wat - Heritage of Humanity and World Wonder

    Angkor Wat - Heritage of Humanity and World Wonder

    Angkor Wat which literally means ‘City Temple’ is a Hindu temple complex built to replicate the heavens on earth.  Constructed for King Suryavarman II in the early twelfth century, it is the best-preserved temple and is the only one to have remained a significant religious centre since its foundation; first Hindu, dedicated to Vishnu, then Buddhist. The temple is the epitome of the high classical style of Khmer architecture.  This magnificent temple combines two basic plans of Khmer temple architecture; the temple mountain and the later galleried temple, based on early South Indian Hindu architecture. Constructed within a moat and an outer wall 3.6 kilometres (2.2 miles) long with three rectangular galleries, each raised above the next, it is designed to represent Mount Meru, home of the devas in Hindu mythology. 

    At the centre of the temple stands a quincunx of towers. Unlike most Angkorian temples, Angkor Wat is oriented to the west and this has scholars divided as to its significance. The temple is admired for the grandeur and harmony of the architecture. The extensive bas-reliefs and the numerous guardian spirits adorning its walls serve as evidence of the strong Khmer religious beliefs.

    Constructed: Early – Mid 12th century C.E., Religion: Hinduism, King/Patron: Suryavarman II, Style: Angkor Wat


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  • Banteay Prei

    Banteay Prei

    Constructed: Late 12th - Early 13th century C.E.
    Religion: Buddhist
    King/Patron: Jayavarman VII
    Style: Bayon

    Small, untouristed temple near Neak Pean. Similar to Ta Som in architectural/artistic style and scale. Some of the apsara and Buddhist-themed lintel carvings are in pretty good condition. Oddly small doors and windows. Quiet, meditative spot.


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  • Prasat Prei temple

    Prasat Prei temple

    Prasat Prei temple is small, untouristed temple ruins in a forest near Neak Pean. Remains of a gopura, the central tower and halls, and the vestiges of a library and surrounding wall. Some apsara and lintel carvings. A quiet, peaceful location.

    Constructed: Late 12th –Early 13th century C.E./Religion: Buddhist/King/Patron: Jayavarman VII/Style: Bayon.


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Battambang

Battambang is the rice bowl of western Cambodia, home to some spectacular rural scenery and within easy distance of both Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

  • Prek Toal

    Prek Toal

    From Siem Reap you can make a daytrip to Prek Toal to see the impressive water bird spectacle, the pristine flooded forest, the traditional fishing and the traditional floating community. In the dry season (November – March) thousands of endangered species of birds, such as storks, adjutants, pelicans and ibises come to the area to breed in the sanctuary.

    Around the core area lie several fishing villages comprising 1200 families living in houses floating on a bamboo rafts or in houseboats, an adaptation to the ebb and flow of the lake.


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  • Prasat Snung

    Prasat Snung

    Prasat Snung consists of three separated stupas made of brick in Snung pagoda’s area, Snung commune, Ba Nan District, about 22-kilometre (14 mi) distance from the provincial town. Based on the style of the gate, the temple is similar to other temples in 12th century.


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  • Watt Ek Phnom

    Watt Ek Phnom

    Watt Ek Phnom, a modern pagoda, sits next to some 11th century Angkorian ruins built as Hindu temples under Suryavarm I. The river road drive to Ek Phnom from Battambang passes through some absolutely beautiful countryside.


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Preah Vihear

Preah Vihear province, which borders Thailand and Laos to the north, is home to three of the most captivating temples

  • Steung Ksach Resort

    Steung Ksach Resort

    Is the natural resort, locates along the river of Sen at Thmey Village, Kampong Pra Nak Commune, Tbeng Mean Chey District in three-Kilometer distance from the provincial town by a trail. The resort has served the local visitors especially those who live in the provincial town of Preah Vihear with their leisure activities usually like swimming and boating during the national festivals. Preah Vihear Province has 228 ancient temples included:
    - 108 temples in Ku Len District.
    - 16 temples in Sang Kum Thmey District.
    - 55 temples in Cham Ksan District.
    - 18 temples in Chheb District.
    - 11 temples in Ro Vieng District.
    - 11 temples in Chey Sen District.
    - 09 temples in Tbeng Mean Chey District.


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  • Ba Kan Temple

    Ba Kan Temple

    The Ba Kan located at Ta Seng Village, Ranaksei Commune, Sang Kum Thmey District in 105-Kilometer distanced from the provincial town by the National Road No 12 (64), then turning right more 30Kilometers. Ba Kan is the cultural site. Nowadays, the temple has no tourists to visit yet.


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  • Preah Vihear Temple

    Preah Vihear Temple

    The Preah Vihear Temple is a Khmer temple situated at the top of Poy Tadi, a 525-metre (1720 ft) cliff in the Dangrek Mountains located in the Preah Vihear Province of northern Cambodia.  The temple gives its name to Cambodia’s Preah Vihear province and is 140 km from Angkor Wat, approximately 320 km from Phnom Penh. 

    Preah Vihear Temple has the most spectacular setting of all the temples built during the six-centuries-long Khmer Empire.  The Temple is composed of a series of sanctuaries linked by a system of pavements and staircases over an 800 metre long axis and is built with a clear view of the plains from where it stands. Dedicated to Shiva, this temple is unusual among Khmer temples in being constructed along a long north-south axis rather than having the conventional rectangular plan with orientation toward the east. However, although the structure of this temple is very different from the temple ‘mountains’ found at Angkor, it is believed to have been built to serve the same purpose as a stylised representation of Mount Meru, the home of the gods. 

    Through the energetic efforts of the Royal Government of Cambodia under the wise, brilliant leadership of Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo HUN SEN, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Preah Vihear Temple has been listed and declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO on July 8, 2008.Constructed: Late 9th - mid- 12th centuries C.E./Religion: Hindu (Shiva)/King/Patron: Yosovarman I and Suryavarman I & II


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Kratie

General information The province is subdivided into 5 districts; Chhlong, Kratie, Prek Prasab, Sambor & Snoul. - Area : 11,094sq km - Population

  • Phnom Sopor Kaley

    Phnom Sopor Kaley

    It is a historical and cultural tourist spot located at Chambok commune, Prek Prasob district along the north side of the Mekong River, 45 km to the southwest of the provincial town. 

    To get there, take the River Road 15 km west of Chhlong and cross the Mekong River by ferry to Chambok village. Visitors can go to the foot of the mountain through a laterited road about 800 concrete steps up to the top of the mountain. Tourists can enjoy the views of rural and from areas and the Mekong River.

    According to a legend, Sopor Kalei mountain took the name after crocodile Sopor Kalei, who was defeated by Nen Thun. When it died, it turned to be the mountain called Sopor Kalei.


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  • Kampi Picnic

    Kampi Picnic

    Kampi is a natural attraction in Kratie Province that is situated alongside the Mekong River, approximately 16 km from Kratie City and 1 km north of Kampi Dolphin. A small archipelago, Kampi attracts visitors with beautiful streams where visitors can bathe and swim. Kampi is a seasonal attraction and can be visited only during the dry season from January to May.

    All sorts of Khmer food are sold at Kampi, including the famous local food is Chak Chreng dish (Chak Chreng is a species of snail living only in Kampi area).

    Accommodations and food are arranged by the local community. 

    Kampi is a very popular picnic area for Khmer families on weekends and at Khmer New Year.


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  • Vihear Sarsar Mouy Rouy

    Vihear Sarsar Mouy Rouy

    Vihear Sarsar Mouy Rouy is a pagoda well-known for its history and as a place of pilgrimage for residents of Kratie. Vihear Sarsar Mouy Rouy, meaning 'Temple with 100 columns', was first built in the 16th century by King Chann Reachea. The pagoda included 100 wooden columns to commemorate the memory of his daughter Vorakpheak. 

    The pagoda is located in Sambor town, 36 km from Kratie. To get there, take the old N R 7 along the River bank 24 km to Sandan village and continue northward 12 km by the River road to Sambo. 

    HISTORY OF VIHEAR SARSAR MOUY ROUY

    In the 16th century, King Chann Reachea reigned over the country and lived in the former capital City of Oudong. He had a daughter named Vorakpheak. Once the daughter was ill, he commanded his servants to invite the head of Buddhist monastery at Neak Sen pagoda (located at Chrouy Banteay commune Prek Prasop district) to cure his daughter’s illness. While the head of the monk was absent from the pagoda, Nen Thun his favorite student who learnt white magic spell secretly, and then he was magically transformed into a crocodile called “Crocodile Nen Thun”. When the teacher returned, Nen Thun had become a crocodile and could not turn to be a human being.

    Then he always took his teacher on his back to cure the king’s daughter. One day, a mighty crocodile called Sopor Kaley, that wanted to challenge with Nen Thun, stopped Nen Thun while he was carrying his teacher on the way back from the palace.

    The two crocodiles then started fighting. As Nen Thun could not find way to save his teacher, he decided to swallow his teacher into his stomach to keep safe for a while. The fighting lasted 3 days and 3 night, and finally Sopor Kaley was defeated and then died and suddenly turn into a mountain presently called Sopor Kaley. When Nen Thun threw out his teacher from his stomach, he was alredy dead. Nen Thun was very sorry and determined to kill he king’s daughter because he thought that she was the cause of his teacher’s death. Nen Thun  swam quietly and suddenly swallowed the king’s daughter who was playing at the Royal Palace port. 

    King Chann Reachea commanded his confidants to follow Nen Thun until they reached the place now known as Sambor caught crocodile (Nen Thun) there and cut open the crocodile’s stomach to get the king’s daughter out. 

    The king decided to bury her corpse in Sambor and build a 100-column pagoda to dedicate to the spirit of his daughter.


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Kep​ Province

Kep City is a municipality in Cambodia with the status of a province. Kep is just a few kilometres from the border with Vietnam

  • Koh Ton Say Resort

    Koh Ton Say Resort

    Koh Ton Say is natural resort located in southeastern Kep town. The resort has two beaches suitable for swimming.


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  • Phnom Sar Sear

    Phnom Sar Sear

    Phnom Sar Sear is a fabulous natural and cultural resort situated at a distance of 14 km. from the provincial town of Kampot. 

    Phnom Sar Sear consists of three small mountains spread across a total land area of approximately 1.5 square kilometers. The mountain rises to a height of around 40 meters. Tourists can visit the mountain caves here. Among the caves, the cave of Phnom Ach Pro Chiev and particularly, the cave of Phnom Dam Rey Sar, are the most well known ones. Here, you will find a great architecture of Viel Sre inside. 

    On the mountaintop of Phnom Sar Sear, you will find a colorful stupa built in 1964 by the princess Rasmey Sou Phoan. The stupa is a holy worshipping place where it is believed the cremated ash of the Buddha are kept. On the mountaintop are sweeping views of rice fields, forests, local villages, islands and the vast sea. The mountain is also a worshipping place for people who come here to pray.


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  • Veal Lumher,Kep City

    Veal Lumher,Kep City

    Veal Lumher is a lovely little site tucked away in Kep Village of Kep Commune. Veal Lumher refers to the Koh Puor or the Puor Island. It has become as one of the most favorite destinations for the tourists who are looking for spending a few days far away from the crowds of more 'touristy' places. Arriving here is easy and convenient.

    If you are traveling from the provincial town, a 0.5 km journey will take you to the Veal Lumher in Kep City. A maximum of 3 minutes' ride and you will find yourself at one of the most beautiful corners in the land of Cambodia.


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pailin Province

Pailin is a province on the northern edge of the Cardamom Mountains in western Cambodia, 25km from the border of Thailand.

  • Stung Kuy Eco-resort

    Stung Kuy Eco-resort

    Stung Kuy Resort is located at the northwest of Pailin city. It is 22 kilometers away, in Phnom kuy village Sala krao District, and Sala krao district is close to Kam Reang district that is part of the Battambang province,

    The Stung Kuy is the  place of natural tourist, water fount is from Thailand that flowing across along both countries, and also flowing through the Mong Kol Borey's river that is part of Banteay Meanchey Province in the flood season the water is flowing on the road inside the crystal water, and the natural evergreen landscapes is along the river bank, and in the dry season the water inside Stung Kuy is very cold and clear crystal, and we could see some small rocks and rocks water is falling and flowing through, and so beautiful natural evergreen plants, some plants growing along the river bank.


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  • Wat Rattanak Sopoan

    Wat Rattanak Sopoan

    About 50 meters from the foot of Phnom Yat is another pagoda, Wat Rattanak Sopoan. On the walls of the fence surrounding the pagoda is a bas-relief depicting the story of Churning of the Ocean of Milk ( Ko Samutra Teuk Dos), which is similar to the wonderful base-reliefs on the wall of Angkor Wat.


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  • Goh-Ay Mountain

    Goh-Ay Mountain

    Goh-Ay Mountain in Pailin City is really a wonderful and nice place to visit. The location of the Goh-Ay Mountain is very calm and soothing.

    People visiting Cambodia have the opportunity to swim in the river which flows down from the Goh-Ay Mountain. If you want have a good view of the area and want to be adventurous, the dry season is the best time to visit. 


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Mondul Kiri Province

To the south of Rattanak Kiri is Mondul Kiri, the most sparsely populated province in Cambodia, despite being the largest in land area.

  • Leng Khin Waterfall

    Leng Khin Waterfall

    The Lèng Khin Waterfall is located in Pouyam Village, Sèn Monorom Commune, Oreang District; 26 km away from the provincial town. It can be accessed by path.

    Around the waterfall, most of the residents do farming. During the rainy season, the waterfall is 22-25 meters in height and 7-10 meters in diameter. During the dry season, the waterfall is 28 meters in height and 8 meters in diameter. It is one of the highest flowing-down waterfalls in the Mondul Kiri province. At its base, there is a big water reservoir in which tourists can swim happily. Besides, there are many big trees providing cool shade for them.

    Its main points of interest are a spectacular waterfall, dramatic mountainous forest, impressive undulating hills, and fresh air.


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  • Tree Ocean (Samuth Chher)

    Tree Ocean (Samuth Chher)

    Tree Ocean (Samuth Cher) is located in the northwest of Sen Monorom district, Mondoulkiri Province near Phnom Doh Kromom Pagoda “The Ocean of Trees” or Samut Cher lookout is a nice place for a great view over the hills and forests of Mondulkiri.

    That’s why called Ocean Tree? It is not full of water, but it is full of trees. When we view from the top of the hill, the tree seem waving like ocean water


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  • Chrey Yos Waterfall

    Chrey Yos Waterfall

    The Chrey Yos Waterfall is located in Laoka Village, Sokhdom Commune and Pouloung Village, Romanea Commune, Sèn Monorom District; 6 km from the provincial town. It can be accessed by the red pebble path.

    There are more than 328 families living in the Chrey Yos area of 250.403 ha, whose main occupations are farming.

    This resort is managed by the provincial executive committee. It is partly supported financially by the DANIDA Organization of Denmark.

    The resort is flanked by two streams, Trék having a size of 5 m during the rainy season and a size of 1.5 m during the dry season and Tra having a size of 4 m during the rainy season and a size of 1 m during the dry season.

    Its main points of interest are a spectacular waterfall, dramatic mountainous forest, impressive undulating hills, and fresh air.


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