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Mondulkiri-adventure tour


Mondulkiri-adventure tour

  Mondulkiri is a mountainous and sparsely populated province, bordered to the north by Rattanakiri and Stung Treng, east and south by Vietnam, and west by the provinces of Kratie.
It occupies a total area of ​​14,288 square kilometers and has a population of 60,811 including 14 ethnic groups. Rouge 20% and 80% of ethnic minorities. These ethnic groups include Phnorng, Stieng, Kuoy, Tompuon, Charay, Kraol, Kroeng, Ong Ra, Thmon, Cham, Chinese, Vietnamese and Lao. The Khmers are civil servants and traders, and the remains of them are farmers.

Mondulkiri province, at an average altitude of 800 m above sea level, has different climates compared to other parts of Cambodia. It can get hot in the day, and it is cold out at night-time.

Mondulkiri province is divided into five districts and 21 municipalities.
Sen Monorom was created Mondulkiri provincial town in 1962. There is a small picturesque community nestled between green hills and two small lakes. The area around Sen Monorom has many ethnic minority villages. Along the road Sen Monorom, tourists can see many people Phnong neighboring villages come to Sen Monorom to trade, and they can see the distinctive baskets ethnic groups carry on their backs to distinguish easily Khmer immigrants in market. Sen Monorom can get quite cool at night, especially early in the dry season it is recommended that you bring an extra layer of clothing for the night.
Mondulkiri province is extremely rich in various natural resources to explore, such as the majestic mountains, forest, native wildlife, pine plantation, impressive waterfalls, small rivers, riverside parks, etc. It is now planned as a destination for the ecotourism for adventurers. They can travel and see wildlife in remote areas of the province, trek up hills / mountains, ride on elephants, visit the Bou Sra waterfall and other waterfalls, and learn about the daily life of ethnic minorities. They can also taste the famous local wine called "Sra Peang".