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Most of the sites worth seeing are however outside the city itself, so you're going to need some form of motorized transport. By motorcycle[ edit ] An increasing number of visitors to Cambodia are buying their own motorcycles and then reselling them when they leave the country or return homeand this is a great way to see Kampong Cham. Smaller cc bikes are the ones seen driven by practically every Khmer in the city, while the larger cc bikes are more often driven by foreigners or expats. The smaller bikes are cheaper, but less suited for long distance travel and are more susceptible to theft. It's your call, though most travellers end up buying ccs.
If you choose to buy a cc, expect to pay anywhere from USD, depending on the age of the bike. Note that Vietnam currently does not admit anything larger than cc, but this will likely change in the near future. There are very few places to rent a motorcycle in Kampong Cham. Both are on the river front to the north of the bridge. By taxi[ edit ] There are plenty of motodops offering their service for travel not only within the city, but to outlying areas of the province. For a scant USD4, you can be shown the temples at Nokor Wat, the endless jackfruit fields, and other attractions near the city.
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By bicycle[ edit ] Some of the larger hotels and guesthouses such as the Mekong Hotel and Mekong Sunrise have bicycles for hire. Be sure to always lock your bike to a tree or leave it with someone trustworthy. See[ edit ] Kampong Cham isn't chock full of tourist attractions, but its colonial charm and atmosphere will endear itself to you. There are a few temples to see in the area, and one of the country's mass graves. Abandoned US Airstrip A short distance west of town. To get there take Hwy 7 to Phnom Penh for about 3 km. Just before the factory on the left hand side looks a bit like a prison there is a dirt road going to the right between street vendors and two red-white striped poles.
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Formerly used by B52 bombers. There is not much left to see apart from the pavement of the airstrip and two decaying kakpong next to it, a pillbox and the control tower probably. Leaving the airstrip on the left west will eventually lead to Mountain Pros and Srey. Going right east to the end of the strip and turning right loking will lead you back to Kampong Cham. There are occasional performances at Entrance is free, donations are reeal welcome. Performances seem to be mainly on request, and the children lookihg teenagers will be very happy to xham off their talents. A solid bamboo structure built on Koh Paen Island across the Mekong. On the other side are Cham and Khmer villages, entirely mounted on stilts.
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Some of the mausoleums are open to tourists and contain piles of bones and skulls from the Khmer Rouge's genocidal reign. Inside one of the buildings is a very elaborate series of wall paintings, depicting torture and executions of a religious naturefollowed by scenes of heaven and the afterlife. This is not always an accessible building, as a monk has to unlock it for you. He usually does, though your driver may ask you to refrain. The tourist police may ask you for money for their own purposes. If you are stingy, you can enter the temple from the other side for free. Don't miss the beautiful sunset in the old Angkorian ruins.
The visit to this site can easily be combined with a trip to Pros and Srei Mountains. Temple on a hilltop. The view of the beautiful Cambodian landscape on the way there makes it worth it! If you can make it up very early around Pros and Srei Mountains Follow Hwy 7 to Phnom Penh for about 7 km and turn right when you see the hill on the right side, a gate and a road leading to the top. This is Mt Pros. Take the road leaving to the right at about half way to the top of Mt Pros to go to Mt Srey. West of the city are a pair of "mountains", with temples on top of them. It makes an easy ride on a bicycle, but road traffic can be heavy by Cambodian standards. Mt Pros has a dull peak and is approximately 30 m tall.
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