is Cambodia gem mining town, located about 375 Km from
Phnom Penh bordering Thailand. Pailin used to be part of
Battambang but became a Municipality self-autonomous
zone in 2001. Pailin is nestled in a beautiful
mountains valleys that separates Cambodia and Thailand. Khmer
Rouge’s last stronghold in 1979.
With decades of war, Pailin is far from
the Kingdom of jewels and affluence that many Cambodian
like to believe but folktales persist, keeping the name
alive and famous. Pailin is magical and connotation by
Sihanoukville, named in honor of Prince Sihanouk during
the 1960s, known as Kampong Som in 1970s –A principal
economic deep seaport of the Kingdom of Cambodia. A
Resort Beach Town with coastal line with the Gulf of
Thailand, located about 230 Km from Phnom Penh.
Sokha Beach Resorts
Koh Pos Island
Pram Pei Chan Beach
Ream National Park
Battambang is known as the “Rice Bowl”
the second largest city,
located about 290 Km northwest of Cambodia,
bordering Thailand. The city is
situated on the banks of Sangker River.
Around 7% of Cambodia’s population live in Battambang,
mostly farming rice, tending orchards and oranges.
Battambang Orange is prized for its sweet taste!
East-West Steung Temple
home to some of the best-preserved, French colonial
architecture. The riverside town is pristine unlike
Phnom Penh, in which older sections of the city
disappeared through modernization. Battambang and Siem
Reap Province were under Thailand’s jurisdiction during
1790s and returned to Cambodia in 1907.