What we say:
A 10 to 15-minute bicycle to the west of Banlung will deliver you to Phnom Svay.
Set atop the hill is a small but active temple. Pass that by and continue up the hill for perhaps another 500 metres and you'll reach a small reclining Buddha. While the Buddha itself isn't all that unremarkable, the views are, offering expansive views over the surrounds.
Both from behind the reclining Buddha and half way between it and the temple are panoramic views of Banlung.
If you have your own motorbike or even bicycle, this is a good sunset spot.
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Last updated: 4th June, 2012
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