Kirirom National Park
Kirirom National Park
3.5

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PinoyBackpackr
Phnom Penh, Cambodia9 contributions
Nov 2020 • Friends
It’s has a very niceview in every cliff, i think 3-5 cliff in the main view point. It also have a breeze and a great sunset. you can camp there it has a lot of spot to chose but due to that people who stay there didn’t clean after they camp, they just put all the garbage on the side and some they burn it. So i hope there is a possibility to restore that place. But overall its a good experience I recommend when you travel in cambodia especially in kirirom.
Written 24 June 2021
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Topi a Svetlana
Chiang Mai, Thailand34 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
The pine forest is nice, but dont go there i the sunday. It is a terrible expierience. Too much poople, every animals running deep to a forest. The most beautidull place was new pagoda. Entrannce fee is 5 dollars.
Written 28 January 2020
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Randy B
Singapore, Singapore43 contributions
Sept 2019 • Friends
Visited Kirirom National park and was amazed by the view. This is a historical place which was founded in somewhere 1940s n is declared a conservation place by the King ever since.
Written 8 September 2019
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Fabio Cottini
Province of Milan, Italy6 contributions
Jan 2019 • Couples
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 so much time to visit to the park. The park itself is not so special, the "majestic waterfalls" are just small streams. On the way back, we made 15 km in the opposite direction to reach the restaurant, while the tour operator's program spoke about "picnic in the park". So returning to PP took very very long.
Not worth the money you spend.
Written 12 January 2019
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gingermeg7
Siem Reap, Cambodia207 contributions
Dec 2018 • Couples
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.

Written 12 December 2018
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Kane
Sydney, Australia104 contributions
Oct 2018 • Family
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 was some.of the best we had in Cambodia

Hosts don't speak English but guides and organisers of homestay program do.

The park itself is nice for a day or two.

Two to 3 nights here is an amazing experience. Very glad we came
Written 28 October 2018
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giulia64
Milan, Italy69 contributions
Aug 2018 • Friends
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 and the waterfalls, but also eating simple and delicious foods prepared for us.
Written 22 August 2018
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Chris Cheng
18 contributions
Jan 2017 • Friends
Such a relax place to chill out your stress and pressure, can playing some game with your buddy, swimming etc..
Written 2 January 2017
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davidU9416AH
Australia196 contributions
Sept 2016
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 stopped at a waterfall and rented a hut with hammocks and a view, ordered the cooked chicken and rice to share and chilled out. Lovely green hills, fresh air and friends - a bit like the great Aussie weekend bbq.
Written 29 October 2016
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Stephen W
Tokyo, Japan190 contributions
Sept 2016
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 were served four plates of indigestible, tough monitor lizard, some kind of rat, snake and buffalo (ok) for US$60.
Written 8 October 2016
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