4 Waterfalls to explore in Cambodia
Southeast nation with a population of 15 million. Officially the Kingdom of Cambodia, It has an elective constitutional monarchy with a monarch.
Bousra Waterfall is one of the country’s most impressive falls. This triple-drop waterfall has an upper tier of 12m and a spectacular lower tier with a thundering 20m drop and the less popular last tier is 4m. Getting there is a 38km, 45 minutes journey east of Sen Monorom on a mostly sealed road.
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
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.