Trekking on Kulen Mountain +Waterfalls

  • Siem Reap

Itinerary

At 7am Meet with your guide. Transfer from the hotel to the foot of Kulen Mountain which takes 50 minutes. On arrival, get water in the cool box. Begin walking up the hill. The first 2km is uphill and rocky. Trek up to mountain slope, visit the natural water spring from the Buddha foot and enjoy the panoramic view, then trek through the thick forest about 4km more… Enjoy the magnificent waterfall of Kulen Mountain, visit the the the Hindu carving of Kulen’s riverbed , where  most khmer peoples believe in the sacred mountain .
 
Visit the River of Thousand Lingas lying under the river bed, people believe it brings fertility and blessing Angkor area as the river flows from Kulen to Siem Reap. Walk 700 meters to visit the Grand Reclining Buddha. Kulen mountain remains the sacred place local people believes. From the Grand Reclining Buddha, walk another 500 meters to the water fall, where we enjoy swimming the 30 meters high water fall.

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Pricing

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Number Of Guests Price Per Person
1 USD 135
2 USD 70
3 USD 47
4-6 USD 40
7-9 USD 25
10+ USD 21
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What's included

Included:
  • Tour Guide
  • Private Driver
  • Private Transportation (Car, Van & minivan with air-conditioning)
  • Parking Fees
  • Cold water & towels
  • If you prefer a Tuk Tuk, please contact us for cheaper pricing for smaller groups
Excluded:
  • Entrance Fees
  • Evening dinner with Apsara Dance
  • Foods & Drinks
  • Tips (encouraged for excellent service)
  • Other items not mentioned
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More Info

Situated about 50km north of Siem Reap, Phnom Kulen National Park is one of the most revered destinations in Cambodia, as it features Kulen Mountain. Once referred to as the Mount Mahendraparvata – the Kulen Mountain is a cultural and historical resort that marked the origin of Khmer empire in the 9thcentury when King Jayavarman II announced independence from Java and declared himself as the ‘Chakravartin,’ meaning the universal king. Stretching for more than 13km down to the Angkor Plain, the Phnom Kulen is home to a slew of temple ruins and several centuries-old consecrated carvings as well as sculptures. Further, since most of the areas in Phnom Kulen are still untouched, this allows visitors to immerse in the cool, spellbinding attractions that nature itself offers by way of jungle-covered verdant surroundings, rivers and dazzling waterfalls. Phnom Kulen National Park. Another attraction worth seeing in Phnom Kulen is Chup Preah – a plain with refreshing streams that meander into the mountain valley. This is truly a serene spot with a big 16th century Buddhist image, in addition to a tree about 15 meters high alongside it. Equally interesting are Preah Ang Thom–a Buddhist temple that enshrines an enormous 2.5 meters high and 7-metre long statue of a reclining Buddha and the Terrace of Sdach Kamlung – with a small wrecked brick temple at its centre. Studies reveal that this spot was covered by lava for hundreds of years. Aside these, there are two impressive waterfalls that form the focal point of Phnom Kulen. 

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