Phnom Kulen Temple

is a hoy mountain in Cambodia on which in 802, King Jayavarman II has been declared a god-king.

  • An exquisite mountain region of waterfalls and riverbed carvings. Hundreds of images have been carved into the sandstone floors along a shady brook.
  • The Khmer Rouge used the mountain as a final stronghold for two decades after losing power in 1979, so nothing is left from the temples which were built at the time of Javayarman II and successors.


  • You will for sure enjoy the most beautiful section of the thousand lingas river cascades, where a majestic sunlit waterfall streams through dense jungle.
  • I would like to organise there a pleasant recreation between the combined visits of Bantaey Srei and Bang Melea.