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Mondulkiri is an eastern province of Cambodia, which is the most sparsely populated province in the whole country although being the largest province in Cambodia. The province is chock full of natural beauty, with thickly forested mountains, powerful waterfalls and the lush green rolling hills of the western side. Despite the growing deforestation, especially due to the valuable minerals remaining in the deep red, fertile ground, Mondulkiri has still one of the biggest successional woodlands of Cambodia.


La Eang Waterfall is located in Pouyam Village, Sen Monorom Commune, Oreang District; 26 km away from the provincial town. It can be accessed by path.Around the waterfall most of the residents do farming. During the rainy season, the waterfall is 22-25 meters in height and 7-10 meters in diameter. During the dry season, the waterfall is 28 meters in height and 8 meters in diameter. It is one of the highest flowing-down waterfalls in the Mondul Kiri province. At its base, there is a big water reservoir in which tourists can swim happily.
Bousra waterfall is located in Pich Chenda district about 43 kilometers northeast of Mondulkiri provincial town, Sen Monorom. Busra is considered by many to be the most beautiful waterfall in Mondulkiri. The waterfall is divided into three stages
The Last attraction on our list is the Dei Ey community home stay, The area is extremely scenic and is a semi evergreen and bamboo plantations. The community homestay here offers guests an opportunity to enjoy a more local and simple travelling experience.
The village is located an hour away from the closest city and it offers treks to the forest and rain forest as well as tours and trip to the waterfalls surrounding the village.the local huts and huts are beautiful and offer amazing insight into the local life.
80% percent of the population of Mondulkiri is tribal minority group’s uniquen to region, only the Jarai minority group can be found in neibouring Ratanakiri also. It‘s these unique generation who’ve made the province what it is today, a unique cultural melting pot where tribal group learn to adapt to newer traditions, and modern living techniques sometime take a step back and give precedent to long –standing ways of life. Language, appearance and tradition all vary significantly from group in the province, some people will not know of the khmer language.

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