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Viet Rom Plong

Viel Rom Plong is a huge granite terrace in the forest in o’Chum commune, O’Chum district, about 14 kilometers northeast of Ban Loung provincial town. The site is a popular place to picnic.

According to the Kreung legend, there once was a boy named Rom Plong who flew his kite on the terrace. Unfortunately, the kite got stuck in a tree. Rom Plong climbed the tree to retrieve his kite, but fell from the tree and died. His body was buried in the forest. Since then, members of the Kreung hill tribe, who live in the nearby village, believe that Rom Plong’s spirit is protecting the forest surrounding the terrace, so they dare not cut it down, even to plant crops. That is how the site came to be known as Viel Rom Plong.



Phnom Eysei Patamak Or Phnom Savy

Phnom Eysei Patamak, which is also known as Phnom Svay, is about 2 kilometers west of Ban Loung provincial town. At the foot of the mountain is Wat Isana Rattanaram, where villagers living in Ban Loung come to worship. On the top of the mountain there is a large statue of the reclining Buddha reaching nirvana. It was built in 1994. The top of the mountain affords visitors a picturesque view of Ban Loung provincial twon. The temperature at the top can be cool, however, even during the hot, dry season.

Ka Chanh Waterfall

Ka Chanh waterfall is located in Ka Chanh commune, Ban Loung district, about 6 kilometers southeast of high and is fed year round by the O’Kan Teung canal.

From the waterfall the water flows into Sre Pork River in Lum Phat district. The waterfall was given its name by the Kreung ethnic minority in Ka Chanh village.

There are a number of scenic rubber plantations along the canal leading to the waterfall. The base of the waterfall, which is a lovely place for pincins, can be reached by climbing down a 72 – step wooden staircase. Elephant rides to the site are also available.


Ka Tieng Waterfall

Ka Tieng waterfall is laocted in Labang I commune, Lum Phat district, about 7 kilometers southeast of Ban Luong provincial twon. Ka Tieng is below Ka Chnh waterfall and about 3 kiloleters from it.

Ka Tieng waterfall, located in the middle of lush forest, gets its name from the Kreung hill tribe in Ka Tieng village. The waterfall is about 10 meters high. There is no access to the bottom, because it is too steep.

Cha Ong Waterfall

Cha Ong waterfall is in the forest in Cha Ong village, O’Chum commune, about 2 kilometers west of Ban Loung privicial twon. It was given its name by the Kreung hill tribe living nearby.

The waterfall gets its water from Phnom Eysei Patamak or Phnom Svay near Ban Luong provincial town. From it upper level, the water flows from a small canal before dropping 25 meters too a lower level. A mountain slop leads visitors to the bottom of the waterfall, where they can sit inside a cave and enjoy the view.


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