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Gorgeous tour, with many underground sculptures. Reclining Buddha on the mountain, along with the temple, has incredible views, and the touring company takes their clients concerns, and goes beyond to make sure the customer is satisfied.
Our last destination for our visit in Cambodia was Kulen Mountain. The national park view was really a great place for relax. The atmosphere there was very romantic which we enjoyed our day very much. The waterfall so huge, we had shower there. The water...More
We booked a driver to Khulen Mountain. It was about a two hour drive from Siem Reap. There is a bathroom at the entrance. Use it! You’ll be driving up the mountain from here.
Our 1st stop was 1000 Lingas which we were very excited...More
Beautiful waterfalls, nature and temple ruins. Taking a taxi is highly recommended unless you are a very confident with a (motor)bike. If going by TukTuk be prepared to hike the last ~10km uphill.
Try to go early in the morning as the last bit of...More
With an additional 90mins trip from Siem Reap and entrance fee to the national park, we reached the park at its opening hours - 11am. The waterfall is too crowded , but worth the visit since we are so close by. For Hindus, the river...More
Kulen mountain is about 1.5 hours each way from Siem Reap. A complicated factor is that there is one way traffic: only up am and only down pm. So you have to make a day of it
Most group tours let you see the waterfall,...More
Most beautiful local attraction in Siem Reap
Kulen, it was capital Khmer had been cover jungle, secret spot of river of 1000 Linga of Shiva Images at river bank, 16th Reclining Buddha, spot of waterfall holly water though which glue over Angkor Wat via Siem...More
Going to Phnom Kulen National Park was recommended by multiple people during our visit to Siam Reap, so we are thankful for the chance to do it.
Still to this day we didn’t read why people rated it down, but will do so as we...More
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We took our 14 month old. The ride from the city is long and can be bumpy, but we just tried our best to keep him occupied. Lots of snacks and water did the trick. We also skipped the stroller and carried him at the actual... More
We took our 14 month old. The ride from the city is long and can be bumpy, but we just tried our best to keep him occupied. Lots of snacks and water did the trick. We also skipped the stroller and carried him at the actual site. Honestly, it’s not very baby friendly. Lots of uneven steps and rocky terrain. But overall still a lovely place to visit.