Situated next to Kirirom National Park, Chambok has a lot of attractions and activities to offer to both local and international tourists who are strongly interested in nature. It is well known for its three streams, including the biggest with over 40 meters of beautiful waterfall. Tourists can take guided tours to one of those streams and enjoy the views while hiking through the forest. Beside these three waterfalls there is a unique opportunity of experimenting a bat cave and its hundreds of inhabitants.
Chambok is in the territory of Chamkar village, Chambok commune, Phnom Sruoch district, Kampong Speu province. Chambok Ecotourism Site was established in 2002 by an Environmental NGO called Mlup Baitong on 1391 hectares of land. Tourists can travel from Phnom Penh along National Road 4 at 185 Kilometer turn right at Kiri Kirirom Intersection, it is about 20 kilometers away, at the foot of Kirirom mountain, cleared on the red-gravel road, about 8 km away, we will go To the Chambok Community Based Ecotourism.
Before arriving at the waterfall, tourists must ride a cobbler or motorbike about two kilometers away and then trails hiking to see various sights.
Better put on footwear for trekking and mountain hiking, because you have to walk several kilometers through the bamboo forest and the jungle. When you get closer to the water falls, you will hear the sound of the stream, the stream of water, and the voice of many birds.
Besides its forest and mountainous landscape, its waterfalls and streams and its bat cave, Chambok offers great insights into the rural Cambodian culture, for example through traditional dance and music performances. Activities which can be enjoyed at Chambok are guided hiking tours through the forest to one of the waterfalls or streams, a bat cave visit, bird watching and animal trekking, bicycle and ox-cart riding and having a picnic prepared by a local women’s group.