A picturesque farm stay in Koh Kong province’s Thma Bang district has become an attractive destination for many of the Kingdom’s nature-lovers, both local and expat.
Chi Phat is a community-based tourist destination in Koh Kong province’s Thma Bang district, which has been attracting both locals and foreigners since 2008.
The Kingdom has countless areas of rich natural beauty, but it seemed that only a few were well known, leading many to conclude that Cambodia’s natural offerings were few and far between.
Battambang provincial Department of Tourism officials have called for tourists to visit the La’ang Spean prehistoric site. Recent excavations at the site have unearthed artefacts dating from more than 70,000 years ago.
Chak Angre natural protected community is constructing a 379 metre-long wooden ladder to climb up the side of Phnom Tbeng mountain in Preah Vihear province, funded by a UNDP small grant.
Apart from its main function as a water reservoir which serves agriculture, Ang Trapeang Thma or Trapeang Thma reservoir also functions as a popular tourism site.
The Apsara National Authority (ANA) expects that the number of tourists visiting the Hall of Dancers at Ta Prohm Temple in Siem Reap province will greatly increase now that experts have renovated it.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts has announced the expansion of operating hours for both the National Museum and the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.
Kampong Chhnang is home to a very lucky flock of sheep that are able to spend their days peacefully ambling about a verdant green field that is surrounded by beautiful Oral mountain scenery, providing the sheep with stunning views in every direction.
Pictures and video clips of the Angkor Wat temple, its spires seemingly coated in gold, have been shared tens of thousands of times on social media, prompting a sense of wonder among those who have seen them.