Bokor Mountain

Bokor Mountain, Kampot, Cambodia
-[[Bokor Mountain]] is located 42 km from the provincial town. It was erected by French colonists in 1922 during the reign of King Sisowath. Bokor was a resort location for affluent French colonists who needed a change of atmosphere.The Bokor Hill is 1,075 meters high, and promises good weather and magnificent views. Big trees casting shadows over the water and rocks shaped as animal figures hold particular interest for tourists. The mountain overlooks Kampot Town, Kep Beach, Preah...
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Kampot

Kampot, Cambodia
Kampot is located in the Southwest of the country, 80 kilometres coastal strip with the Gulf of Thailand. The main attraction of this province is base of the abundant Elephant Mountains and the famous Bokor Hill Station, Kep Beach, Rabbit Island, Bokor Hill Station, and countryside tours are perhaps the most popular day tours out of Kampot with tour operators offering very competitively priced tours. The colonial and quietness town compared to Sihanouk Ville and Koh Kong province.Climaticall...
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