Top ChoiceNational Park in Sen Monorom

Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary

The 3000-sq-km Keo Seima (formerly called Seima Protected Forest) hosts the country’s greatest treasure trove of mammalian wildlife. Besides unprecedented numbers of black-shanked doucs and southern...

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Bou Sraa Waterfall

Bou Sraa Waterfall

Plunging into the dense jungle below, this is one of Cambodia's most impressive falls. Famous throughout the country, this double-drop waterfall has an upper tier of some 10m and a spectacular lower tier with a...

Buddhist Temple in Sen Monorom

Wat Phnom Doh Kromom

Looming over the northeast corner of the airstrip, Wat Phnom Doh Kromom has Mondulkiri’s best sunset vista, where a wooden platform lets you take in the views over Sen Monorom. Continue another 5km north to the...

Waterfall in Sen Monorom

Romanear Waterfall

Romanear is a low, wide waterfall with some convenient swimming holes, though private development threatens to change its pristine charm. Set 18km southeast of Sen Monorom, it's very difficult to find without...

Waterfall in Sen Monorom

Dak Dam Waterfall

Dak Dam Waterfall is 25km southeast of Sen Monorom, about 2km south of the Bunong village of Dak Dam. It's very difficult to find without assistance, so it’s best to take a moto (motorcycle taxi) or local guide;...

Waterfall in Sen Monorom

Monorom Falls

A 10m drop into a popular swimming hole, Monorom Falls is pretty if you can avoid the crowds and the attendant litter. From the west side of the airstrip, head northwest for 2.3km, turn left and proceed 1.5km....

Landmark in Sen Monorom

Kouprey Roundabout

This roundabout includes a statue of the kouprey, a wild ox that was once the national animal of Cambodia (but is now believed to be extinct). It is a popular photo stop for Cambodian tourists.

Waterfall in Sen Monorom

Romanear II Waterfall

The second Romanear Waterfall is known rather originally as Romanear II. It's by a pepper plantation near the main road between Sen Monorom and Snuol.