Stay

There are few restaurant in Preah Vihear Province which you can always enjoy: Mlop Trosek Guesthouse: A favourite place in this small town, with a large, green garden and clean rooms with attached bathroom and plenty of secure parking if you come with a motorbike. The newly refurnished rooms are lighter and brighter than those near the front and also have genuine lino floors. Prices are around US$4-5. For reservation: Tel: 012 952 035 Prom Tep Guesthouse: Located north from the market th...
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Eat & Drink

There is a  small market and a couple of food stalls on the street, there are only a couple of eateries in town. In front of the taxi station you may find a couple of small restaurants offering noodle and rice dishes and fresh coffee. Dara Reas Restaurant This place is located 200m west from the roundabout and 1km south from the market. It is a larger garden restaurant that’s popular with well-to-do locals. It offers good grub concerning the so –to-say end of the world and some nice pavili...
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How to Get There

Preah Vihear can be reached by the major road from Siem Reap via Anlong Veng, with a distance of over 200 km and other access to Preah Vihear is from Kampong Thom province via National Hightway 64 about 155km South of Tbeng Meanchey. The last one is probably the easiest and fastest way to go to Tbeng Meanchey. Pick-ups go almost daily in the morning and noon to the provincial capital of Preah Vihear from Kampong Thom. While the temple is located in Cambodia, access to the temple is possibl...
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Orientation

[[Preah Vihear]] (Khmer: ខេត្តព្រះវិហារ - Khet Preah Vihear) is quite a big northern province of Cambodia. Its capital is called Phnom Tbeng Meanchey. The province is named after the temple of Prasat Preah Vihear. The Province is located in the north of Cambodia border with Thailand and The Dângrêk Mountains ranges. [[Preah Vihear]] is one of the nine provinces that is part of the Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserve. Several governments have issued travel warnings to their citizens advising not to tr...
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