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I toured the mountain station with a local English speaking guide. This was beneficial in understanding the background to the deserted areas and the new and restored. It was fascinating and horrifying to hear the stories of recreation and violence that are wrapped up in...More
This is my favorite attraction in the Kampot area, an amazing ride up the mountain and beautiful historic grounds with amazing views down to the Straits of Thailand on an unclouded day. You will enjoy!
Chinese buildt a new casino and resort up there. So there is not much left to see there, only ugly yellow buildings. The only fun part is to drive up with the scooter. The streets are nicely paved and it's easy to drive. You mostly...More
it is extreme good service for visitors, we are feeling turn back to 100 years for noble people and royal but this time for you just pay a little bit.
We rented a scooter to go to Bokor Hill station. We knew it had been "refaced".by new investment and that overall the critique was bad, but since there isnt so many things to do in Kampot, we went to see for ourselves. Indeed, its true:...More
It is not longer the beautiful abandoned place that it used to be! The Chinese investors owners of the huge casino down the road decided to forget about history and rebuild this place (with really awful cheap cement). So the place is again back to...More
I first became interested in this place when I saw it in an old movie: "City of Ghosts" with Matt Damon and James Caan. It was obvious that it had to be a real place; that is, not a movie set. So I asked a...More
Now it has been rebuilt as a luxury hotel. Very expensive and charming. Not my budget but wonderful location on a steep cliff. Friendly staff will show you the place. Maybe a bringer for honeymooners. On top of a mountain and very cool.
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Probably best to stay in Kampot and make it a day trip from there. The bus PP to Kampot is 4.5 hours one way and the ride up to Bokor is another hour, so you'd spend 9 hours in a bus if such a day tour even exists