Night time treks to see Siamese crocs in Cardamom mountains

Publication date 22 February 2019 | 15:51 | ICT

This is Siamese Crocodile Lake in Osoam Cardamom Community Centre located in the Cardamom mountains between Koh Kong and Pursat town, a protected crocodile habitat home to 40 to 60 of the largely fish-eating aquatic reptiles.



  • Close to the edge: Hair raising pictures from Kulen Mountain

    Publication date 29 January 2019 | 14:02 | ICT

    TRAVEL: The giant overhanging rock is situated in an area known as Mahendraparvata – an ancient city of the Khmer Empire era – with views extending over the beautiful and luscious Phnom Kulen National Park.

  • Cambodia’s largest waterfall flowing between two nations

    Publication date 24 January 2019 | 09:50 | ICT

    Sitting slap bang on the Cambodian-Lao frontier, the upper Mekong waterfall is a spectacle to behold, as its turquoise-blue stream cascades over a gauntlet of limestone rocks, frothing and churning as it races downstream.

  • Close to the edge: Hair raising pictures from Kulen Mountain

    Publication date 17 January 2019 | 19:06 | ICT

    A new hair raising attraction on Kulen Mountain has finally opened to the public, with people flocking to the protruding cliff edge overlooking green mountainous forests to take photographs.

  • Mondulkiri’s highest and smallest waterfalls, metres apart

    Publication date 10 January 2019 | 11:20 | ICT

    Most people travelling to Mondulkiri province head to its most famous waterfalls Bou Sra, Kbal Preah, Romanear I & II and Monorom.

  • Tourists flock to military frontier

    Publication date 04 January 2019 | 11:28 | ICT

    A wooden staircase with over one thousands steps, built in August 2017 to transport supplies to soldiers on the site of a contentious military frontier with Thailand, has now become an unlikely tourist attraction for many in the Kin

  • Chhay Roka – a hidden wonder

    Publication date 21 December 2018 | 10:51 | ICT

    Chhay Roka Waterfall, with its beautiful wild flower strewn waterfall and its natural swimming pool, is fast becoming a popular spot for both local and foreign tourists, and its isolated location down small, winding paths means that

  • Phum Sla: The ideal getaway from the capital’s hustle-bustle

    Publication date 30 November 2018 | 11:42 | ICT

    It's time to feed his livestock, and Neuom Deuk, 37, who used to work in construction for some 20 years, gets to work feeding his chickens. He has been raising them for the past year.

  • Trekking becomes a new attraction at Angkor Park

    Publication date 09 November 2018 | 07:49 | ICT

    Raising sheets of white paper with numbers written on it, Chheav Taing Kouch a travel agent from Peak DMC Cambodia calls each one as he assembles his group prior to trekking inside the Angkor archaeological park.

  • Underwater wonderland draws divers far and wide to Budapest

    Publication date 30 October 2018 | 11:11 | ICT

    NOT every diver’s dream is to watch shimmering shoals of fish swim through coral reefs in dazzlingly blue seas.

  • Global hotspots in danger of being loved to death

    Publication date 26 October 2018 | 13:04 | ICT

    THE Philippines’ most famous resort island Boracay reopens on Friday after a six-month clean-up intended to fix the damage done by unrestrained mass tourism.