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Battambang Museum

Can't get enough of Cambodia's ancient relics? Battambang museum offers an excellent display of sculptures and sandstone carvings, mostly items that have been removed from Cambodia's various ...

Ksach Puoy Village

Ksach Puoy village south of Battambang on the road to Phnom Banan is worth stopping off at.

Phsar Nath Market

In the centre of the town is the main Phsar (traditional market) and is geared to the locals, sporting the usual variety of fruits, vegetables, meat, clothes, sundries, food ...

Pich Chenda Resort

 Pich Chenda, Battambang is one of the premier destinations in Cambodia which is included in the itinerary of the tourists and sightseers arriving in the country. Pich Chenda, Battambang is one of the ...

Wat Gahndahl Temple

 Located on the east bank of the Sanker River, the temple is a simple and run down place. There is an unusual wall mural on the outside of the temple that features a progressing story of a bad dude that ...

Wat Pee- Pahd Temple

Wat Pee- Pahd,Battambang is one of the cultural heritage spots of the city. The Wat Pee- Pahd, Battambang brings to the foreground the rich cultural heritage which is associated with the ...

Phnom Sampeou Mountain

The Phnom Sampeou Mountain, Battambang is a very popular site of the city. The Battambang city gets lot of visitors all round the year and there are plenty of tourist attractions in Battambang, which are worth ...

Sek Sak Resort

S ek Sak, Battambang is one of the beautiful places that a nature loving traveler will like to explore. This is a natural resort which has remained a popular tourist spot for a long time. It is popularly known ...

Phnom Sam Peau Resort

It Is the natural resort located along the National Road No 57   (the former National Road No 10) at Sam Puoy commune (the high land having more than 100-meter height) in 12-kilometer distance from the ...

Ba Nan Temple

Adapts the architecture of mid 11th century and the end of 12th century the temple was first built by King Ut Tak Yea Tit Tya Varman II (1050-1066) and was finally built by the king Jarvarman VII ...