I Guess end of wet season you expect plenty of water here. Waterfall is amazing at all levels. Bit rough for me for a swim and too muddy but it is really great to see and hear.
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Great place with the lovely views via the very nice natural jungle 🌳in Cambodia. I could see and feel to this place as like as the paradise and peaceful for tourists. Anyway, there is the waterfall with very cold water 💦, fresh air. So nice...More
The stair climb to the Reclining Buddha carved in the rock was most interesting. Beautiful trees, monks who'll take your pictures, and quiet/barefoot walking (leave your shoes near the entrance). Crispy, clean water falls where the local ladies wrapped in scarves come lay down on...More
The park is 50km from Siem Reap and the road precludes using a tuk tuk especially for the last 15km. Scenic views and at the top a fabulous Buddhist Temple and a lovely waterfall. The reclining Buddha is high up a long flight of steps....More
The reclining Buddha was definitely worth the climb to see. And the drive through the countryside to get there was really nice. The waterfall is not that well signposted so make sure you walk all the way down to see it. The staircase is a...More
When you want to take something in other than feasting on delicious foods, shopping in the markets and visiting the temples downtown, check out Phnom Kulen. It's a wayssss away (about 1:45) and costs $20 for some guy who "cleared" (definitely not paved) a road...More
Preah Ang Thom a sacred place where a statute of a reclining Buddha was carved into a huge sandstone boulder. You are not allowed to wear shoe to the temple and have to leave you shoe with the local kid (and later you need to...More