National park Phnom Kulen is just about 50km north of Siem Reap.

In this national park there are many interesting places and sights. These are 1000 Lingas (and Yonis) spreading out at the bottom of the Kbal Spean River, which is tributary of Siem Reap River, two beautiful waterfalls, terrace of Sdach Kamlung, Preah Ang Thom, 8 m long statue of the Reclining Budha made of sandstone, archeological sites, temples and more. Phnom Kulen is considered a holy mountain by many Khmers, and is widely visited during weekends and festivals.

The water from the warterfalls eventually flows in to Tonle Sap Lake and is thought to bless the water ways of Cambodia. The water is considered holy and Khmers like to bottle it to take home with them.

A great way to discover all the charms of Phnom Kulen is a trekking or cycling trip. These will take you beyond the crowded spots and will allow you to admire the unspoilt nature. One or multi-day trips can be organised. It is an unforgettable experience. A vast variety of butterflies, majestic tropical trees, cool streams, dinner made on a camp fire, hammock under the stars...