Cambodia Travel Guides


Temple of Angkor

Ratanakiri lies on the eastern border of Cambodia, bordered to the north by Laos, to the east by Vietnam, to the south by Mondulkiri and to the west by Stung Treng. The main income of the province is from gem mining and tourism. There are many rubber plantations which have the potential to bring good income to the local economy.


Wall of a Temple of Angkor

Kampot Province is lying along the coast, in the south of Cambodia. The province is bordered to the north by Kampong Speu, to the east by Takeo and to the west by Koh Kong. Kampot used to be a prosperous town thanks to the trading port. In 1959 the port was moved to Sihanoukville and hence declined the commercial activities. Kampot is well-known for the durian, water melon and the best quality black pepper.


Angko Wat from the top

Kratie Province is located to the east of Cambodia; bordered to the north by Stung Treng, to the east by Mondulkiri to the south by Kampong Cham and the to west by Kampong Thom. The Mekong River travels its way through the middle of the province. Most of the population of Kratie inhabits along the river banks. It is mostly wild forests beyond the river basin.


Jungle-clad Temple of Angkor

Mondulkiri is located to the east of Cambodia. It's bordered to the east by Vietnam Central Highlands, to the north by Ratanakiri and Stung Treng, and to the east by Kratie. Mondulkiri is a hilly and sparsely populated province. With an average elevation of 800m, Mondulkiri has a different climate compared to the other parts of Cambodia. It may gets warm in daytime while turns chilly at night time.

Preah Vihear

Angkor Wat

Preah Vihear Province is bordered to the north by Laos and Thailand, to the east by Strung Treng, to the south by Kompong Thom and to the east by Siem Reap and Oddar Meanchey. The province is heavily forested and there's virtually no decent road in existence. By far the province only receives the hardcore adventure travellers who is desperate for challenges and the illegal loggers who come for the precious tropical hardwoods.