Koh Kong is the most southwestern province of Cambodia. It is one of the biggest provinces in the whole country and often confused with its beautiful offshore namesake Koh Kong Island and Central Cardamoms Protected Forest.
A grand monumental edifice, Angkor Panorama Museum with site area of 6,115m2 and parking lot of 12,000 m2, located in Siem Reap, Cambodia, was inaugurated on 4th of December 2015.
Located a few hundred meters North of the Phimeanakas set in a peaceful jungle environment is the Preah Palilay, a Buddhist temple oriented towards the East.
Wat Phnom Hill is the only hill in Phnom Penh and Wat Phnom Temple is also one of the most important temples in this city.
Kbal Spean is an ancient Khmer site in Phnom Kulen National Park, a remote place located at considerable distance from Siem Reap and the main Angkor monuments. The site stretches out over a length of about 150 meters through the jungle along the Stung Kbal Spean river, known as the “river of a thousand lingas”.
Phnom Sampeou is one of the most popular attractions in the whole of Cambodia. The hill rises sharply from the flat surrounding countryside about 14 kilometers south of Battambang, affording a great view of Battambang and the rest of the countryside.
About 22km from Battambang, Phnom Banan is the best preserved of the Khmer temples in Battambang.
Srah Srang, the “Royal bathing pool” is a large pond East of Angkor’s capital Angkor Thom. An attractive and quiet spot, the water reservoir measuring 700 meters long and over 300 meters wide is filled with water to this day.
About 35 km northeast of Siem Reap, Banteay Srei district offers plenty of things to see and do, as well as to experience the authentic homestays for the traveller wishing to extend their stay and explore more of the local area.
Visiting Kep's Crab Market and tasting some culinary highlights are one of the most tourists's favorite things to do in Cambodia.