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Tourist activities in Cambodia are divided into three categories:

1, Cultural Tourism:

Exploring Khmer ancient temples in Siem Reap, Preah Vihear, Kandal, and Takeo;
Tracing frescos and murals of the ancient temples in Siem Reap, Preah Vihear, Kandal, and Takeo;
Visiting Buddhist pagodas and museums in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh;
Visiting the Independence Monument and other monuments in Phnom Penh and its surroundings;
Watching kites flown in Phnom Penh;
Joining the Royal Ploughing Ceremony and Water Festival in Phnom Penh;
Participating in Khmer traditional games and dancing during the Khmer New Year’s and during the other ceremonies/ festivals; and
Visiting the indigenous peoples of the rural areas.

2, Natural Tourism:

Visiting floating villages of the Kampong Phluk Commune in Siem Reap Province;
Watching birds at the Prèk Toal ground in Siem Reap Province;
Watching wildlife sanctuaries in Siem Reap Province;
Taking boat trips along the Tonle Sap Lake and Mekong River;
Watching fishing activities on the Tonle Sap Lake and Mekong River;
Canoeing among the flooded forest at the Tonle Sap Lake;
Exploring the jungle in the northeast of the Angkor area;
Cycling around the countryside of Siem Reap Province;
Exploring mountain caves/ caverns in Kampot Province;
Trekking at the Bokor National Park in Kampot Province;
Relaxing on the Tonsay Island in Kèp City;
Visiting waterfalls in Kampot Province and Kampong Speu Province;
Swimming and diving in Sihanouk Ville, Koh Kong Province, and Kèp City;
Enjoying the pristine beaches of the Rong Island in Sihanouk Ville;
Boating among the mangrove forest at the Ream National Park in Sihanouk Ville;
Spotting sea dolphins at the Ream National Park in Sihanouk Ville;
Scuba-diving and exploring coral reefs at the bottom of the sea of Sihanouk Ville;
Sailing in Sihanouk Ville;
Paragliding in Sihanouk Ville;
Discovering islands of Koh Kong Province;
Hiking to the Chambok Waterfall at Kirirom National Park in Kampong Speu Province;
Cruising down the river from the Andong Toek to the Village Chi Phat in the southern Mountain Range of the Cardamom;
Trekking in the jungles of the Mountain Range of the Cardamom;
Camping in the jungles of the Mountain Range of the Cardamom; and
Visiting the Pong Roul Waterfall on the Srè Ambel River.

3, Eco-tourism:

Visiting the Ramsar wetland in Stung Treng;
Cruising down the Mekong River from Stung Treng to Kratie;
Spotting Mekong River dolphins at the Kampi resort in Kratie;
Trekking at the Virachey National Park in Rattanak Kiri;
Swimming in the Yeak Laom Lake, Rattanak Kiri;
Visiting the Bousra Waterfall in Mondul Kiri;
Visiting the Srè Pok Wilderness Area in Mondul Kiri;
Elephant riding in Rattanak Kiri and Mondul Kiri;
Meeting the indigenous peoples of Rattanak Kiri and Mondul Kiri provinces; and
Discovering the trails of the Mekong.