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  • 1 East Baray and East Mebon

    Archaeological and historical sites

    KHM - Siem Reap

    The water reserves of Yasodharapura, the city of King Yasovarman I, came from the East Baray (9C-10C). This now-dry reservoir covering almost 15 km2 was supplied by the Siem Reap. At its centre: East Mebon, a pyramid-shaped hilltop temple decorated w..

  • 2 Roluos Temple Group

    Archaeological and historical sites

    KHM - Siem Reap

    Haliharalaya, the capital of Indravarman I, who reigned in the 9C, is the site of what is today known as the Roluos Group. Preah Ko, the king's ancestral temple, Bakong, his main temple, and Lolei, in the heart of the water reservoir, heralded the be..

  • 3 Phnom Krom

    Archaeological and historical sites

    KHM - Siem Reap

    The hilltop temple with three towers (dedicated to Vishnu, Shiva and Brahma) which stands on the summit of Phnom Krom is one of the projects initiated by Yasovarman I (9C-10C). See also his main temple at the top of Phnom Bakheng. A strenuous climb r..

  • 4 Phnom Kulen

    Archaeological and historical sites

    KHM - Siem Reap

    There is a fine view of the surrounding area from Phnom Kulen, which also boasts a Khmer site that played an important role in the history of the country and its independence. In the jungle are waterfalls and numerous Angkorian buildings. Danger of m..

  • 5 Beng Mealea

    Archaeological and historical sites

    KHM - Siem Reap

    The isolated ruins of the immense Beng Mealea complex, built in the 12C on the model of Angkor Wat, were discovered in the late 20C. Through the part-tamed jungle, you can glimpse striking sculptures purpose-built footbridges. Danger of mines outside..

  • 6 Koh Kong Province

    Nature and gardens

    KHM - Krong Koh Kong

    Located in the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Kong Province has recently become a favorite ecotourism destination: the unspoilt beaches of its coast and islands, the tropical forests and waterfalls of Koh Kong Conservation Corridor, remote and well-preserved ..

  • 7 Koh Kong Conservation Corridor

    Nature and gardens

    KHM - Koh Kong

    Well preserved thanks to the remoteness of its location in the Koh Kong Province, Koh Kong Conservation Corridor boasts sites of great beauty: the Cardamom Mountains and its lush forest, waterfalls, beaches, mangroves... home to plant and wildlife, i..

  • 8 Koh Kong Island

    Nature and gardens

    KHM - Alatan

    The seven beaches of the western coast of Koh Kong attract bathers and divers, thanks to their clear waters and a heavenly lagoon... The interior of the island, covered by thick forest, is not accessible to the public.

  • 9 Ream National Park

    Nature and gardens

    KHM - Sihanoukville

    A paradise of butterflies, birds of prey and mussel beds on the Preak Toeuk Sap estuary: white-bellied sea-eagles, grey-headed fish eagles, milky or painted storks... Ream National Park, also known as Preah Sihanouk, protects the virgin forest and co..

  • 10 Tek Chhou Falls

    Nature and gardens

    KHM - Prek Chha

    A popular family destination in the Kampot area, where children can enjoy the pleasures of the rapids. The Tek Chhou waterfalls consist of gentle cascades and placid rapids... ideal for a relaxing dip.

  • 11 Popokvil Falls

    Nature and gardens

    KHM - Kampot

    These two-tiered waterfalls within Bokor National Park (officially Preah Monivong National Park), challenge you to dive from 18m up. A track leads to the lower waterfall, 14m high. Best visited during the rainy season. Guide recommended.

  • 12 Koh Tonsay, or Rabbit Island

    Nature and gardens

    KHM - Kep

    Koh Tonsay (Rabbit Island), just a short distance from Kep, boasts one of the most beautiful beaches in the province. It is shaded by palm trees and lapped at by transparent waves, and the hammocks and bamboo platforms are great for a siesta. Accommo..

  • 13 Angkor Borei

    Archaeological and historical sites

    KHM - Takeo

    Angkor Borei reveals very little of the brilliant past of Vyadhapura, former capital of the kingdom of Funan and one of the cradles of Khmer civilisation. The museum, on the other hand, contains rare pieces. The nearby sacred hill, Phnom Da, is worth..

  • 14 Koh Ker

    Archaeological and historical sites

    KHM - Beng Mealea

    Koh Ker is the "dissident" capital, built in the 10C by a member of Angkor's reigning family (later Jayavarman IV) to the north of the country. For some time inaccessible, the 42 main temples can now be visited thanks to recent de-mining. B..

  • 15 Prasat Preah Vihear

    Archaeological and historical sites

    KHM - Choam Ksant

    It took 200 years and seven kings to build the Angkorian mountain temple of Preah Vihear around the year 1000. Perched atop the cliffs of the Dangkrek mountains, it offers fabulous views over lowland Cambodia. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • 16 Sambor Prei Kuk

    Archaeological and historical sites

    KHM - Kompong Thom

    The group of pre-Angkorian temples at Sambor Prei Kuk are the reason for Kompong Thom province's renown. The 100 or so buildings are thought to be the ruins of Isanapura, 7C capital of the Chenla kingdom.

  • 17 Phnom Santuk

    Religious buildings

    KHM - Kompong Thom

    An example of the continuity of the popular religious fervour that mixes eras indiscriminately: Phnom Santuk, the sacred mountain of Kompong Thom province, boasts pagodas and large cement buddhas reclining next to ancient buddhas carved into the rock..

  • 18 Prasat Kuha Nokor

    Religious buildings

    KHM - Kompong Thom

    Visitors must enter a modern wat to access Prasat Kuha Nokor, a temple dating from the reign of Suryavarman I (early 11C). It is well preserved, and the sculptures provide an interesting example of Khmer art.

  • 19 Wat Nokor

    Religious buildings

    KHM - Kompong Cham

    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 ..

  • 20 Wat Maha Leap

    Religious buildings

    KHM - Kompong Cham

    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.

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