Boutum Sakor National Park
About Boutum Sakor National Park
Botum Sakor National Park is the country’s largest national park covers a designated 171,250 hectares that is under the administration of the Cambodian Ministry of Environment. It consists of a range of different habitats, from rolling hills and lowland evergreen forests to mangroves along the coast and tidal rivers.
Attractions near Boutum Sakor National Park
Koh Rong is the second-largest island of Cambodia. The island has an area of approximately 78 km2 (30 sq mi) and 43 km (27 mi) of its entire coastline of 61 km (38 mi) are beaches of varying lengths and coloration - from white to beige to rose-colored sands. Bays, protruding capes, and impressive sandstone rock formations contribute to the island's scenic panorama. The southern coastline, exposed to the weather and open sea, is particularly spectacular, whereas the eastern coast, which faces tow
Peam Krasaop Wildlife Sanctuary boasts a unique mangrove ecosystem consisting of 23,750 hectares and has around 10,000 people living within its borders. The area is influenced by inter-tidal levels and water from highland areas. Although Peam Krasaop Wildlife Sanctuary is protected under the Ramsar Convention there are concerns about the destruction of mangrove forests and the clearing of coastal swamp forest due to excessive shrimp farming.
Koh Rong Sanloem is an island off the coast of Cambodia. The closest port is Sihanoukville. There is an old lighthouse, Military beach, Military base, Jungle tracks, some waterfalls, mangroves, and some pretty good dive sites around the island. Koh Rong Samloem Island is surrounded by colorful marine life and corals. Around the island, you can find some pretty good snorkeling spots as well.
The Kbal Chhay Waterfalls at Sihanoukville is situated on the Prek Tuk Sap River located about 30 minutes away from Sihanoukville. These falls can be best viewed during the wet season in Sihanoukville. It was one of the top attractions in Sihanoukville province.
Officially called as s Preah Sihanouk Ream National Park which was established in 1993 by the Cambodian government began to take action for the protection of the country's threatened natural resources. The national park's biological value is defined by its combination of rivers, forests, mangroves, estuaries, beaches, coral reefs, wildlife, and marine life.
The Kirirom National Park is located in Kampong Speu in southwest Cambodia in the Cardamom mountain range. It offers excellent cold weather and it is situated above 700 meters from the sea level. It is surrounded by cliffs, pine trees, wooded hills, Buddhist shrines, and splendid views of Cardamom mountains. It is a popular day-trip destination for tourists visiting Phnom Penh, who enjoy the waterfalls, lakes and many species of birds and animals.
Where is Boutum Sakor National Park
Discover more attractions in Koh Kong Province, where Boutum Sakor National Park is located
The most southwestern province of Cambodia, Koh Kong has a long undeveloped coastline and a mountainous, forested, and largely inaccessible interior which includes part of the Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia's largest national park, and a section of Kirirom National Park.