Category Archives: Attractions in Battambang

Banan Temple


Banan Temple Adapts the architecture of min 11th century and the end of 12th century the temple was first build by king, Ut Tak Yea Tit Tya Varman II (1050-1066) and then was finally build by the king, Jarvarman VII (1181-1219). The temple is located on the top of approximate 400 meter heighten mountain

Battambang Old Train Station


Battambang Old Train Station In the area around the old train station – where the time is always 8.02, according to the clock – and along the tracks just south of there, you can explore a treasure trove of crumbling, French-era repair sheds, warehouses and rolling stock, evocative of times long gone. Check out the wagons’

Battambang Museum

Battambang Museum

Battambang Museum

Two elegant – though as yet nameless – avenues, with parkland down the middle, grace the city center. One goes by the Center Cultural Français (one block north of NH5), while the other stretches west from the worthwhile Battambang Museum . Highlights include fine Angkorian lintels

Killing Caves of Phnom Sampeau


About half-way up the cement access road to the summit, a turn-off leads 250m up the hill to the Killing Caves of Phnom Sampeau. An enchanted staircase, flanked by greenery, leads into a cavern where a golden reclining Buddha lies peacefully next to a glass-walled memorial

Baset Temple


Baset Temple: Why visit it?

Baset Temple is an 11-century temple built by King Suriyavaraman I (1002-1050) on high ground near Based village, Ta Pon commune, Sangke district, Battambang Province. Baset temple built of laterite and sandstone, the temple is stylistically Klang temple. Nearby the temple is beautiful ancient ponds with meters width and 20

Kamping Puuy Bassin


Kamping Pouy Bassin is located between two mountains Phnom Ku or Phnom Ta Ngen and Phnom Kamping Pouy – in Ta Nget Village, Ta Kream Srok commune, about 35 kilometers west of the provincial town.Kamping Puoy Bassin. This gigantic civil-engineering project was central to the

Colonial Buildings


Much of Battambang’s special charm lies in its early-20th-century French architecture. Some of the finest colonial buildings are along the waterfront, especially along the two blocks of St 1 south of Psar Nat, itself an architectural monument, albeit a modernist one.

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