Ream National Park
About Ream National Park
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.
Attractions near Ream National Park
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.
One of the beautiful beaches in Vietnam which were covered with white sands and is very possible for water sports and this place is famous for its large water species.
Powdery sands, crystal clear waters and a sea full of orange starfishes.
Phnom Bokor National Park is the most beautiful and most mystical natural park in Southeast Asia. Phnom Bokor National Park was established by Royal decree in 1993. Named after its shape, Phnom Bokor is part of the Elephant Mountain range.
Popokvil waterfall is situated on Bokor Mountain – a popular destination for tourists in Kampot Province. Famous for its pleasant cool weather and beautifully landscaped hill. The waterfall’s name, Popocvil, in Khmer, means “Swirling clouds” which is absolutely appropriate as almost every time, the waterfall is covered above by a thick mist that makes it look like an amazing scene in heaven.
Where is Ream National Park
Discover more attractions in Sihanoukville, where Ream National Park is located
Sihanoukville Province or Preah Sihanouk Province is a province in southwest Cambodia on the Gulf of Thailand. The provincial capital, also called Sihanoukville, is a deepwater port city and a steadily growing and diversifying urban center on an elevated peninsula