Trekking along a riverbed of a thousand lingas and learn about amazing sculptures. Next up, we continue the adventure by visiting the bat caves. And Preah Ang Thom, the largest statue. Our final stop, swimming at the stunning and cold waterfall.
Phnom Kulen is considered as a birthplace of Khmer Empire City. It is a super nice natural sightseeing destination in Siem Reap. The landscape is so beautiful along the way there and it owns a comely view along the stream of Thousands Linga carving riverbed, where is believed that if you bath or wash your face there, you will get the best of luck.
As you know, Cambodia is known as a Buddhism country where 80 percent of the whole populations are Budhhists. After a few more minutes on the path, we reach our second stop. We view a 16th-century Buddhist monastery-notable for a giant reclining Buddha and well known as Preah Ang Thom pagoda-the largest in the country. Meanwhile, we also see a big Buddha footprint.
The water that flows along the streams through the jungle becomes the beautiful waterfalls, which has three levels. This is a pretty and popular place that is really peaceful and relaxed. What makes these waterfalls so popular are, people every age can swim or dive there because it has one deep level and two ordinary levels. After walking around, it is time for you to refresh your energy by bathing with the cool waterfalls.
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