The turbulent but less-traveled season during the Coronavirus epidemic in Cambodia More than 90 cases have been announced, and people are not feeling the need to hang out in the city. Home accommodation is a good option for this situation, but the government has not yet taken measures to close the city The country. Therefore, some people can find a quiet place with natural scenery to alleviate stress and fear. In addition, there are opportunities for physical activity and calorie burn. The Phnom Penh Post recommends 3 natural remedies for those who want to be cool in the heat and want to escape. Social contact for a while.
1. Take a walk through the forest of an indigenous village to the Ouyah waterfall, Ratanakiri province
Ouyah waterfall is located in the community forest of Langle village, Koh Pong commune, Wan Sai district, with two cascades of water rising about 40 meters high. It’s a natural habitat, not yet invaded.
They continued the three-hour trek across the ethnic Tampu before reaching the Ou’a waterfall. Along the way, tourists spend an hour walking through the village while Wales allows patrons to paddy fields and fields. Indigenous Peoples.
After two hours of walking through the forest, the sound of the water began to ring in the ears of tired travelers. Then they will find a large log cabin and have a meal before a long shower. The cool Sreng of the Our River is located in Langle village, Koh Pong commune.
Tourists can travel directly to Kampong Chhnang, by contacting Chabell on 097 829 24 13 or via Green Jungle Trekking. Tours-Cambodia at 088 454 6466.
2. Take a 2-hour drive to the Tachok River in Pursat province
The waterfall of the Tatok River between the Phnom Samkou and the Cardamom Wildlife Sanctuary requires two hours walk to get there. Reach this beautiful natural habitat.
Kang Noy Village Guide is ready to introduce guests to the waterfall where they can take a break. As well as get some food and a cold swim to replenish your post-workout energy. These steps to the natural habitat are refreshing.
Parked at Seng Meng Kry’s house, called 97, where commuters should use their own vehicles and avoid rides Rental car breaks for a moment, takes a cool drink before stepping on the 50-foot waterfall.
Because of the complicated nature of the forest, tourists should take the lead if they do not want to turn around. Passengers can experience the unique taste of the water, which Noy did not forget to introduce.
A cool breeze as the foot approaches the falls, rising 10 meters high to fill a huge natural pool for storage. Guests take a break, relax before a meal.
The walk from the Chhay Bak stream to the Tachok River can take from one and a half hours to two hours. The walk starts from Chhay Lu village, Veal Veng district, Pursat province.
For more information, please contact Kang Noy Village Guide at 081 667 407.
3. Climb more than 1,000 steps to the waterfall of Preah Vihear Mountain
The waterfall of Tbeng or Tama is located at an altitude of 600 meters, at a height of about 35 kilometers from the temple. Guests have to hike up the Tbeng Mountain, overcome the 1 345 steps, and proceed to the Tbong Tbong or Black Dam one kilometer.
The white waterfall, reflecting the natural beauty of the mountain’s walls, truly reflects the scenery.
“Most of our guests can’t carry heavy things,” said Kean Thon, a thing carrier. Can not climb a mountain. So they could hire me to do this. Because some parts of the stairs were steep, some guests were bare.
“From the foot of the mountain to the top of the hill there are 1,092 steps with three slopes. When they got to the top of the hill, they had another 25 3 steps to reach the black dome. ”
About 280 kilometers from Phnom Penh, guests must travel on National Road 6 before turning left onto Street 62 in the commune. Trapaing Russei, Kampong Thom Province.
On arrival at the foot of Phnom Tbeng, guests are greeted by several village guides or luggage assistants and they can Recruiting villagers can help with this heavy task. The luggage service, which weighs from 30 to 50 kg, costs between 30,000 and 50,000 riel.