Home to over 100 species of birds, Prek Toaal is the best location for locals and visitors from abroad to enjoy birdwatching in Cambodia.
Enjoy the attractions of Kirirom National Park, take a ride on ox carts through green tunnels, and view 40-meter high waterfalls in the jungles of Chambok. Kampong Speu is also known as the home of Aural Mountain, the tallest peak in Cambodia.
Immerse yourself in the wonders of the world heritage site of the Sambor Prei Kuk temples, visit the Kingdom's famous cashew nuts plantation, and experience a stay at one of the rural villages.
View the beautiful sunsets and mangroves of Tropang Sangkae, visit the tall and remarkable whooping cranes of Kampot province, and unwind by the shimmering blue sea of Rabbit Island.
Enjoy breath-taking views of the mountains, stroll through the mangrove forests of Chi Pat, and venture into the depths of Areng Valley. Relax at the eco-friendly waterfront resorts and appreciate the beauty of the Kingdom's untouched nature.
Ride through Koh Trong island on horse-drawn carriages, meet the river dolphins of Kampi, and plant a memorial tree to help preserve the beautiful environment of Kratie province.
Home to the Kingdom's renown Bousra Waterfall, the province of Mondulkiri is blessed with natural resources and its wildlife sanctuary to protect elephants and lush forests and home to over 10 ethnic groups practicing unique lifestyles and cultures.
Standing on a cliff 625 meters above sea level, the Preah Vihear Temple of this province is a world heritage site built in the late 9th century.
Home to Wat Bakan - one of the oldest active pagodas in Cambodia - Pursat is abundant in natural resources such as mining, fisheries, forestry, and tourist resorts.
Renowned for its unique beauty and wealth of natural resources, Ratanakiri is well known for its wildlife sanctuary to protect elephants as well as for the province's beautiful Yeak Loam Lake with shores forming an almost perfect circle.
Alongside the most famous ancient temple site in Cambodia - Angkor Wat - Siem Reap is known as the "habitat of wildlife", offering rich culture and traditions for ecotourists to explore. Take a boat tour through the jungle, enjoy a meal at the riverside restaurant and visit the unique stilt houses of Kompong Pluk.
Trek through the forest, join a tour to visit the river dolphins and enjoy a stunning view of the dynamic and powerful waterfalls of the Mekong River.
The largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, Tonle Sap Lake is famous for its fascinating floating villages and is seen as one of the world's most vibrant ecosystems.