Kampong Cham

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Nokor Bachey Temple: it is located 2.2 kilometers from Kampong Cham provincial town. The temple was built in the middle of the 11th century during the reign of Suryavarman II and King Ouphey.

Tonle Om: It a pond about 400 by 500 meters in area and bout 300 meters east of the temple.

Phnom Pros Phnom Srey: it is located in Krala commune, Kampong Siem district, about 7 kilometers from Kampong Cham provincial town. Phnom Pros is a dull peak hill about 30 meters high. On the hill a pagoda named Wat Sovankiri Rattanak Phnom Pros. About 1000 meters north of Phnom Pros, there is another higher hill with a sharp-pointed peak called Phnom Srey.

Preah Theat Teuk Chhar: it is a group of temples in Thmo Da village, Beung Nay commune and Thmei village, Krouch commune in Prey Chhar district, about 39 kilometers from Kampong Cham provincial town. The temples were constructed in AD 1005, during the reign of King Suryavarman I.

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Teuk Chhar: next to Preah Theat Teuk Chhar temples is a canal dug during ancient times. The surface of Teuk Chha is 3 square kilometers. The water flows through three channels. The first channel is opened every day and the rapidly flowing water sounds much like a waterfall, attracting many tourists.

Nokor Knong-Krau Temple: it is an ancient site located in Prey Nokor village, Dauntei commune, Ponnhear Krek district, about 42 kilometers southeast of Kampong Cham provincial town. Prey Nokor temple was built in the 9th century. Its design resembles Sambo Prey Kuk temple.

Wat Preah Theat Thma Da Temple: it is an ancient site located in Preah Theat Thma Da village, Preah Theat commune, O'Rang Oav district, about 38 kilometers southeast of Kampong Cham provincial town. Wat Preah Theat Thma Da temple is 190 meters long and 160 meters wide.

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Phnom Han Chey (Phnom Chey Kiri): it is located in Han Chey village, Han Chey commune, Kampong Siem district, about 18 kilometers east of Kampong Cham provincial town on the northern part of the Mekong River. The top of the mountain is reached by climbing 295 steps. On the top of mountain there is a pagoda and one temple known as South Kuk temple built in the seventh century during the reign of King Isanavarman.

Phnom Cheung Prey Temple: it is located in Rovieng village, Rovieng commune, Chueng Prey district about 56 kilometers west of Kampong Cham provincial town.

Haong Waterfall: The site is a mountain that features a cliff and waterfall. - Chhrouy Chek: it is a name of the place that was built for stocking water to irrigate the rice fields. The site is about 15 kilometers from the provincial town.

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