Things to see and do - Kâmpóng Cham
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Wat Maha Leap, 20km from Kompong Cham, is one of the most sacred Buddhist temples in Cambodia as it is among only a handful of wooden wats to have escaped being destroyed by the Khmer Rouge. Beautiful decor on the pillars and ceiling.
Wat Nokor is one of the shrines around Kompong Cham definitely worth visiting. Built in the 11C under Jayavarman VII, nowadays original elements of Buddhist temple, such as sandstone and laterite, are mixed with more recent structures. Of particular ..
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The rich soil of the region of Kompong Cham provides the right conditions for hevea. This crop that is used to make rubber was widely grown here from the 1920s, and is currently enjoying a revival. Visit the Chup Hevea Plantation.