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We booked a private, one-day tour from Phnom Penh, with Tourism Cambodia. Good car, good driver, good english-speaking guide. We were disappointed, however, because we took 3.5 hours to go there (2 hours on program), and even more to return, so that we didn't have...More
All good for a day out everything you could possibly need for a good day out. Hammocks, shade, good friends, nature’s wonders and Khmer food. A place to relax in the cooler temperatures together with friends.
We spent two nights in the Chambok homestay with 2 adults and 3 young kids.
This is a genuine homestay. Not much by way of facilities.
It was an amazing experience. With genuinely friendly.people all through the village. The food in the community run restaurant...More
we were a group of 5 italian guys, we stayed in the cambok homestay for ecotourism for 2 night. we would never forget the sky, the night, people smiles in the village and the children. we spent two days in the nature visiting the village...More
A good day away from the hustle of city life. Always the roadside vendors and beggars, but some great fresh produce and flowers available on your way there and in the park also. Roads are understandably patchy...so take it easy and all is good. We...More
Beautiful wooded hills. Great escape from chaos and dirt of Phnom Penh.
Avoid the expensive restaurants at the top near waterfall serving various 'forest meats'. These restaurants are popular and crowded particularly on holidays but expensive. Probably fine if stick to roast chicken but we...More
Awesome place to escape from the hectic highways. There are several picnic spots, a waterfall, some religious spots and viewing spots.
There are a couple mountain lodges, and a campsite on top of the hill. Really nice to get some food. Or check out the...More