Phnom Da is a low hill featuring a couple of well-preserved old temples and when combined with nearby Angkor Borei, it makes for a two- to three-hour boat tour. ... Read more about Phnom Da .
Looking at the dusty little town of Angkor Borei today it may be hard to believe that you are looking at one of the birthplaces of Khmer civilisation, but Angkor Borei served as the late Funanese capital from the fourth to sixth centuries. ... Read more about Angkor Borei .
The wonderful little late Angkor-period temple of Ta Phrom lies just an hour or so south of Phnom Penh. It’s in a remarkably good state of repair, has plenty of excellent carved reliefs, a picturesque lakeside setting and was built during the reign of the main man himself: Jayarvarman VII. Plus, hardly any visitors come here! ... Read more about Ta Phrom and Tonle Bati .
The Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre’s primary function is to save, rehabilitate and breed endangered, indigenous wildlife and it does this in some 6,000 acres of secondary scrub (also under rehabilitation), 40 kilometres south of Phnom Penh. ... Read more about Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre .
Despite being one of Cambodia’s most interesting Angkor-period temples outside of Siem Reap, Phnom Chisor is a sadly overlooked destination. ... Read more about Phnom Chisor .
One of Takeo’s lesser archaeological sites, but the twin brick towers of Neang Khmao are worth a stop if you’re already visiting the nearby Phnom Chisor. ... Read more about Prasart Neang Khmao .
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