Stung Treng

O’Pong Mohn Site

O’Pong Mohn Site The O’Pong Mohn Resort attracts visitors to its natural, small river setting. The spring water, which rises far away in a jungle plateau area, flows all year long and once provided ideal swimming in the past. Today, the flow is restricted due to a partially dammed pond by national road 7. Beside the […]

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Koh Khsach

Koh Khsach Koh Khsach is a favorite among tourists during the dry season, especially during Khmer New Year and Chinese New Year. The 0.5 Kilometers wide and 2 km long island has beautiful sandy riverbanks and a water surface dappled with sunlight. Foreigners enjoy taking time out and relaxing on the sand. Additionally, this sand

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Preah Theat Temple

Preah Theat TempleLocated on a hill about 3 km. away from the outskirts of Stung Treng town, the Preah Theat temple is one of the most sacred places of worship for residents and visitors alike. As such, it is an important historical site in the province. This temple was built in the 6th century during the

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O’Russey Kandal

O’Russey KandalThe trend of the people in the world today is to travel. The number of visitors increases yearly both domestically and overseas. When people want to relax, they travel to other places especially to those with natural beauty. In order to serve the needs of these tourists, many areas are being preserved and developed

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Preah Rumkel

Preah Rumkel In Preah Rumkel Commune, Thala borivath district, Stung Treng province, the first home stays were set up by several communities under the guidelines of a tourist expert. These home stays are idea for vistors who want to sample how local villagers live. Visitors can spend a night with the villagers and spend the

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Anlong Neak & Anlong Sema

Anlong Neak & Anlong SemaThere are many legends and traditions related to a dragon along the upper Mekong of Stung Treng province. Here in O’Svay commune, there is one special area that people called ‘Anlong Neak’, which means the ‘dragon’s lot area’ and is a very deep area in the Mekong. For generations, people living

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Koh Phnov

Koh PhnovKoh Phnov, which means “island of Malabar orange”, is located on the Mekong River in O’Svay commune. This island village was selected as an eco-tourism community because of its natural beauty during the dry season. Mr. Kong Vuthy, Chief of O’Svay Communities Eco-Tourism said that Koh Phnov is unique during the dry season. It

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Borey O’Svay

Borey O’Svay Borey O’Svay is located in O’Savy commune of Thala Borivath district and is one of the most popular ecotourism destinations for both local Cambodians and foreign tourists wishing to experience an authentic Khmer community.  The Borey O’Svay resembles an emerald gem rising up in the heart of a green, tropical forest lying along

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