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Mondulkiri

Mondulkiri is an eastern province of Cambodia, which is the most sparsely populated province in the whole country although being the largest province in Cambodia. The province is chock full of natural beauty, with thickly forested mountains, powerful waterfalls and the lush green rolling hills of the western side. 

Despite the growing deforestation, especially due to the valuable minerals remaining in the deep red, fertile ground, Mondulkiri has still one of the biggest successional woodlands of Cambodia. Except being in Sen Monorom, you'll find deep pure jungle, with a huge variety of flora and fauna. You may also find gigantic and beautiful waterfalls, where you can take an empowering shower, such as the impressive Bou Sraa. 

Sen Monorom is the provincial capital and doesn't show up as a typical Cambodian town, while it is the only town the province has to speak of. With approx. 7500 inhabitants, 20 guesthouses, 12 restaurants, 3 bars and no post office it is often compared to American Wild West frontier towns. Concerning the quietness and beauty of Sen Monorom people from other parts of the country move here and therefore the land price doubled from 2006 to 2007. 

The town of Sen Monorom is the best base camp for travellers who want to explore the surrounding areas. A quiet but beautiful town nestled into the hills; it has a lot of potential to develop into a centre for non-intrusive eco-tourism. At present, it's very undeveloped, which gives you a feeling of going somewhere off the beaten tourist trail. Add to that the communities of hill tribe people, who are not affected by mass-tourism, as they are in neighbouring Thailand, and you have an area that is very attractive to the adventure traveller. 

Also interesting is the variety of languages being used: Khmer, hill tribe languages, Vietnamese and Lao. 80 percent of the population in Mondulkiri is made up of ten tribal minorities, with the majority of them being the Chunchiet from the tribe of the Phnong. The remaining 20 percent are Khmer, Chinese and Muslim Cham. Most of the population lives off the land, planting rice, fruit trees and a variety of vegetables. Others grow, coffee, strawberries, rubber and cashew nuts. 

More and more houses are built in the typical Khmer style. Visiting the hill tribes you still can find the traditional Phnong houses. In the houses you can find traditional gongs and big jars, whereby the last ones are said to be more than a thousand years old. There are various sorts of gongs used for different occasions. Jars and gongs are among the most valuable possessions in an indigenous community, whether in traditional, spiritual or material terms. During the Khmer Rouge Regime those objects were buried in hidden places in the jungle and in many cases they still wait in the ground.

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Bou Sra Waterfall
Busra waterfall is located in Pich Chenda district about 43 kilometers northeast of Mondulkiri provincial town
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Chrey Thom Waterfall
Chrey Thom Waterfall is located at Sen Monorum District in 43-kilometer distance from the provincial town
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Chrey Yos Waterfall
The Chrey Yos Waterfall is located in Laoka Village, Sokhdom Commune and Pouloung Village, Romanea Commune
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Lek Pok Bras Waterfall
The Lek Pok Bras Waterfall is located in Romanea Commune, Sèn Monorom District
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Lèng Khin Waterfall
The Lèng Khin Waterfall is located in Pouyam Village, Sèn Monorom Commune, Oreang District
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Memang Gold Mines Area
One of the popular tourist attractions in Mondulkiri, the Memang Gold Mines Area, Mondulkiri is visited by...
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O Taing Laing Waterfall
Taing Laing Waterfall, Mondulkiri is visited by thousands of tourists from all over the world
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Pahlung Village
Pahlung Village It's possible to go on an elephant trek at this small village. It's a good idea to come out here...
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Phnom Kraol Cultural Resort
The Phnom Kraol Cultural Resort is located in Orayes Village, Sre Sangkom Commune
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Phnom Nam Lear Sanctury
Phnom Nam Lear Sanctury is 80 km (4h) From Provincial Town. Description: Natures & Wildlife PreservesLocation
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Phnom Prich Sanctury
Phnom Prich Sanctuary, Mondulkiri is one the popular tourist attractions in Mondulkiri
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Plantation of Pinetrees
On the highlands in Sen Monorom district, about 6 kilometers from the provincial town
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Pou Lung Village
The Pou Lung Village, Mondulkiri is one of the main tourist attractions in Mondulkiri
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Riverside
Riverside Locates at Koh Nhek District in 150 kilometers distance from the provincial town
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Rum Near Waterfall
Rum Near Warerfall is located at Sen Monorum District in 10.5 kilometer distance from the provincial town
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Sen Monorum Waterfall
Sen Monorum Waterfall is located at Sen Monorum District in five-kilometer distance from the provincial town by...
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Phnom Dos Kramom Resort
The Yok Sros Phlom or Phnom Dos Kramom Resort is located in Dos Kramom Village
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Nov 18, 2017
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