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Pailinville

Pailin is Cambodia gem mining town, located about 375 Km from Phnom Penh bordering Thailand. Pailin used to be part of Battambang but became a Municipality self-autonomous zone in 2001. Pailin is nestled in a beautiful  mountains valleys that separates Cambodia and Thailand. Khmer Rouge’s last stronghold in 1979.

Pailin Town

Visitor Attractions:

  • Yat Mountain
  • O’Tavoa Fall
  • Phnom Kuy
  • Pailin River
  • O’Eb Fall

With decades of war, Pailin is far from the Kingdom of jewels and affluence that many Cambodian like to believe but folktales persist, keeping the name alive and famous. Pailin is magical and connotation by nature.


sihanoukville

Sihanoukville, named in honor of Prince Sihanouk during the 1960s, known as Kampong Som in 1970s –A principal economic deep seaport of the Kingdom of Cambodia. A Resort Beach Town with coastal line with the Gulf of Thailand, located about 230 Km from Phnom Penh.

Visitor Attractions:

O'Chheuteal Beach

  • O'Chheuteal Beach

  • Sokha Beach Resorts

  • Hawaiian Beach

  • Independence Beach

  • Victory Beach

  • Koh Pos Island

  • Kbal Chay

  • Preak Treng

  • Pram Pei Chan Beach

  • Ream National Park

Battambang

 

Battambang is known as the “Rice Bowl” of Cambodia, the second largest city, located about 290 Km northwest of Cambodia, bordering Thailand. The city is situated on the banks of Sangker River. Around 7% of Cambodia’s population live in Battambang, mostly farming rice, tending orchards and oranges. Battambang Orange is prized for its sweet taste!

Visitor Attractions:

Rice Fields

  • Ba Sat Temple

  • Wat Ek Phnom

  • Wat Ba Nun

  • East-West Steung Temple

  • Ang Kum Ping Pouy

  • Som Pov Mountain

  • Sek Sark Fall

  • Peach Chenda Fall

  • Doung Tung Mountain

  • Phnom Kdaung Mountain

Battambang is home to some of the best-preserved, French colonial architecture. The riverside town is pristine unlike Phnom Penh, in which older sections of the city disappeared through modernization. Battambang and Siem Reap Province were under Thailand’s jurisdiction during 1790s and returned to Cambodia in 1907.

Kampong Chhang

PHNOM PENH-PROVINCE
1 Bantey Meanchey 350 Km
2 Oddar Meanchey 445 Km
3 Siem Reap 315 Km
4 Preah Vihear 325 Km
5 Kompong Thom 170 Km
6 Stung Treng 455 Km
7 Kratie 350 Km
8 Rattanakiri 610 Km
9 Mondolkiri 220 Km
10 Kompong Cham 125 Km
11 Prey Veng 90 Km
12 Svay Rieng 120 Km
13 Kandal 15 Km
14 Takeo 90 Km
15 Kampot 150 Km
16 Koh Kong 280 Km
17 Kompomg Speu 50   Km
18 Kompong Chhnang 91 Km
19 Pursat 190 Km
20 Battambang 290 Km
  MUNICIPALITY
21 Phnom Penh
22 Sihanoukville
23 Kepville
24 Palinville

 

 

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