Battambang is Cambodia’s second largest city and the town has become a very popular destination for tourists. It’s not as busy as Phnom Penh, it doesn’t have the beaches of Koh Rong, and there aren’t the thousands of visitors who visit Angkor Wat. What you get is sleepy city with stunning architecture and a break from the large crowds of tourists.
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Prek Toal Battambang
Prek Toal is a stunning bird sanctuary, located in the northwest tip of the Tonle Sap Lake. It has three biospheres that cover 31,282 hectares. There are some important number of endangered bird species such as the huge lesser and the greater adjutant storks.
Kamping Puoy or Killing Dam was one of the many ambitious Khmer Rouge projects aimed to rebuild the great irrigation networks of the Angkorian Era. About 10,000 Cambodians were forced to work and died due to the executions, malnutrition and disease.