PUSAT TOUR ITINERARY
TRIP PICKS UP FROM PHNOM PENH
DAY-1: PHNOM PENH – PUSAT – VEAL VEANG
Pick up from lobby at 8::00am in PHNOM PENH
- 7:30am – 2:30pm (7h): Drive to PUSAT in 197km on national street N:5 (This street is under construction so we drive slowly). (Included the time on the way).
- 2:30pm – 3:30pm (1h): VISIT : KOH SAMPOV MEAS.
- 3:30am – 5:30pm (2h): Drive from PUSAT – VEAL VEANG in 103km on National street N55.
- STAY ONE NIGHT AT VEAL VEANG.
PHOTO GARLLERY OF PUSAT ATTRACTIONS
DAY-2: VEAL VEANG TOUR – BACK TO PHNOM PENH
Pick up from lobby at 8:00am in VEAL VEANG
- 8:00am – 8:30am (30mn): Drive from VEAL VEANG to PHNOM 1500 in 35km on national street N55.
- 8:30am – 9:30am (1h): VISIT : PHNOM 1500 – Enjoy the SIGH-SEEING and Take the PHOTOS.
- 9:30am – 9:50am (20mn): Drive to THMOR DA TOCH WATERFALL
- 9:50am – 12:00pm (2h and 10mn): VISIT : THMOR DA TOCH WATERFALL – SWIMMING and ENJOY THE PICNIC LUNCH.
PHOTO GARLLERY OF PHNOM 1500
- 12:00pm – 2:30pm (2h and 30mn) : Drive to VENERABLE SITE OF NEAK TA KHLEANG MOEANG (ORKNHA KLAENG MEUNG SHRINE) in 162km on national street 55.
- 2:30pm – 3:00pm (30mn): VISIT : VENERABLE SITE OF NEAK TA KHLEANG MOEANG.
- 3:00pm – 9:00pm (6h): Drive back to PHNOM PENH in 197km on national street 5 .
- DROP AT HOTEL END!
PHOTO GARLLERY OF VENERABLE SITE OF NEAK TA KHLEANG MOEUNG
NOTED: WE ARE FLEXIBLE, WE DON’T LIMIT THE TIME FOR YOUR TRIP, WE ONLY SET ESTIMATED TIME BY FLOLLOWING OUR EXPERIANCE!
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Pursat (Khmer: ពោធិ៍សាត់, Poŭthĭsăt, pronounced [poːsat]; lit. “Floating Banyan”) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. It is in the western part of the country and borders clockwise from the north: Battambang province, the Tonlé Sap, Kampong Chhnang province, Kampong Speu province, Koh Kong province, and Thailand. It lies between the Tonle Sap and the northern end of the Cardamom Mountains. The Pursat River bisects the province, running from the Cardamoms in the west to the Tonle Sap in the east. The fourth largest province of Cambodia in area, Pursat ranks only 14th in population. The region is accessible by National Highway 5, by boat, rail and by numerous smaller roads. The capital, Pursat town, lies 174 kilometres north west of Phnom Penh by road and 106 kilometres south east of Battambang. Pursat is home to Wat Bakan, considered to be among the oldest active pagodas in Cambodia and revered as one of the most holy sites of Cambodian Buddhism. The province also hosts the annual River Run Race, an event that includes 5 km and 10 km races that generally follow the path of the Pursat River for men and women, including those requiring wheelchairs. Since its inaugural race in 2007, the event has grown to the second largest of its kind in Cambodia
Venerable Site of Neak Ta Khleang Moeang – Pursat
Neak Ta Khleang Moeang is the main historical site in Cambodia and located at Snam Preah Commune, Ba Kan District, about 6 kilometers south of Pursat provincial town. The site is the sacred place prayed and worshipped by tourists who come from the near and far areas. This venerable site has a statue of Neak Ta Khleang Moeang respected and worshipped by the Cambodian people. The statue is newly made in 1993 and put at the right place because the ancient statue is completely damaged by the civil war. Neak Ta Khleang Moeang, Pursat is one of the famous tourist attractions in Pursat which attracts large number of visitors every year. It is one of the historical sites, which has great significance to the tourists. If you are a history aficionado and would like to explore the historical sites and places of cultural interests in Pursat in Cambodia then do visit the Neak Ta Khleang Moeang, Pursat. Neak Ta Khleang Moeang, Pursat is one of the main historical sites in Cambodia. Pursat is a rural town located on the western side of Cambodia. It is also the fourth largest province in Cambodia, stretching from Thai border eastwards to the Tonle Sap Lake. I also include the Cardamom Mountains. There are a few attractions in Pursat and it is mostly the beauty of the natural surroundings that beguile the tourists to this place. Neak Ta Khleang Moeang, Pursat is a must visit in the itinerary of the tourists out on sightseeing in Pursat as the place is one of the famous historic sites in Cambodia. It largely appeals to the people who take interest in the past and the historical background of the province. It is located at Snam Preah Commune, Ba Kan District. Apart from a tourist attraction, it is also a religious center and a site sacred site which is frequented by pilgrims and worshippers who come here from near and far areas. Neak Ta Khleang Moeang in Pursat is one of the most esteemed sites that which has both historical and religious importance. It also houses a statue of Neak Ta Khleang Moeang which is worshipped by the Cambodian people. The ancient statue was completely damaged by the civil war and was replaced by a new statue.
Sampov Meas Island
Koh Sampov Meas or it’s often called Sampov Meas Island or Koh Sampov Meas Garden is located in In front of Pursat hospital, far ~1km away from the first concrete bridge (In the middle of Pursat River), Pursat City, Pursat province. Koh Sampov Meas is in the category of the sight or landmark. Things to do, as well as the attractions of Koh Sampov Meas for tourists such as food and more. For the trip to the location of Koh Sampov Meas, it is easy because it is not necessary to walk and cross the river or take a boat. For parking, tourists can park directly at the location. For a relaxing seating area, Koh Sampov Meas is not yet set up a seating area for tourists. Besides Koh Sampov Meas has food ordering or food stations and canteens, but for the restaurant is not exist. For accommodation, Koh Sampov Meas is not available yet such as bungalow, guesthouse, and hotel. The island’s appearance seems strange to other islands because it looks like floating boats on the middle of the river, which should attract the interest of tourists to visit there. And there is also a natural garden. But the special thing is that when the waters up, the island seems to float up in the water. The name “Koh Sampov Meas” has a legend of history. Residents living there said, “At first, a large ship passed through and was caught up in the river, and then it became a small island that is now called Sampov Meas Island.”
Kam Pong Luong Resort
Kam pong luong is a natural site located on the Tonle Sap in Kampong Luong commune, Krakor district, about 35 kilometers east of Pursat provincial town. The site is a sand cape suitable for swimming during the dry season. During the rainy season, especially during Pchumben, many cambodians gather there to play Chaol Teuk Leak (a traditional Khmer game, played by throwing water on one another) on the river. The game can be dangerous, however, because it is often played while in small boats. There are four other sites that Pursat residents prefer to visit. They include: -Kampeng: located in Pro Ngil village, Por Ngil commune, Kravanh district, about 20 kilometers from the provincial town. -Phnom Dak Preah: located in Roleap village, Roleap commune, Pursat district, about 10 kilometers from the provincial town. -Koh Sampeou Meas: located in front of the provincial hall in the middle of Pursat Island. It covers 2 hectares. Preah Theat: located in Sre Sdok village, Sre Sdok commune, Kan Deang district, about 20 kilometers from the provincial town.
Floating Village of Lake Tonle Sap – Pursat
Floating Village of Lake Tonle Sap is heading east from Pursat town, about one-third of the way to Kampong Chhnang town is the town of Krakor. Just a few kilometers to the north are Lake Tonle Sap and the floating village of Kampong Loo-uhng. It?s a complete village on the water populated mostly by Vietnamese fishermen. You can arrange for a small non-motorized boat to show you
Veal Veang shares a border with Battambang Province to the north, Thailand to the west, Koh Kong Province to the south and the Pursat districts of Phnum Kravanh and Bakan to the east. The northern end of the Cardamom Mountains cover the eastern edge of Veal Veang to the Thai border. According to the 1998 Census, Veal Veang district is made up of 5 communes and 20 villages. However, the population of the district was not enumerated in the census due to security concerns, From 1979 until the end of the 1990s, Veal Veang was one of the last remaining strongholds of the Khmer Rouge. The legacy of the Cambodian civil war and over 30 years of Khmer Rouge occupation has left many parts of the district heavily contaminated with landmines. As mines are cleared and roads improved, logging both legal and illegal threatens the remaining forested areas. Veal Veang is also home to around 300 families of the few remaining ethnic minority Pear people
Phnom 1500 – Veal Veang
Phnom 1500 is located in Veal Veng District, Pursat province and far about ~150km away from Sampov Meas Island. Phnom 1500 is in the category of the Mountain, Natural tourism site. Things to do, as well as the attractions of Phnom 1500 for tourists such as Seeing mountain view, Viewing sunset, Viewing sunrise, Having picnic, Trekking and more. For the trip to the location of Phnom 1500, it is easy because it is not necessary to walk and cross the river or take a boat. For parking, tourists can park directly at the location. For a relaxing seating area, Phnom 1500 is not yet set up a seating area for tourists. Besides Phnom 1500 has canteens but for the food ordering or food station and restaurant are not exist.
For accommodation, Phnom 1500 is not available yet such as bungalow, guesthouse, and hotel.
Thmor Da Toch Waterfall
Tmor Da Toch Waterfall or it’s often called Phnom 1005 Waterfall is located in ekpheap Village, Thmor Da Commune, Veal Veng District, Pursat province and far about ~170km away from Sampov Meas Island. Tmor Da Toch Waterfall is in the category of the Waterfall, Natural tourism site. Things to do, as well as the attractions of Tmor Da Toch Waterfall for tourists such as Having picnic, Swimming, Seeing mountain view and more. For the trip to the location of Tmor Da Toch Waterfall, it is easy because it is not necessary to walk and cross the river or take a boat. For parking, tourists can park directly at the location. For a relaxing seating area, Tmor Da Toch Waterfall has a seating area for tourists, and there is also order food directly from there. Besides Tmor Da Toch Waterfall has food ordering or food stations but for the canteen and restaurant are not exist. For accommodation, Tmor Da Toch Waterfall is not available yet such as bungalow, guesthouse, and hotel. If we were to travel there, we certainly have traveled along the slopes of the mountains which makes the tourists get a lot of new experience. Please note that there are no road signs to make it easy for tourists to travel to visit there yet. Therefore, tourists who wish to visit there need to ask villagers on the road to avoid losing the way. Visitors will see the water flowing on the slopes of the rocks, seemingly as stairs, which provide easy access to tourists to swim or bathe with a panoramic view of the forest. In addition, have a look at the forest with a sound of wildlife crying. The waterfall has 2 levels, the upper floor is a water bath, because it has water flowing on the slopes of a rocky stone, seemingly as stairs. For the lower floor of the waterfall is about 10 meters high for those who want to swim.
PUSAT TOUR FROM PHNOM PENH
Price for Transportation by private Ac car and Mini Van
- Driver food and accommodation
- Parking fees/ tolls
- Cool waters and towels
- All entrance fees pay by your own account
- Your meals and hotel pay by your own account
- English speaking tour guide (if you need professional English tour guide please inform to us we will arrange with driver for you)