Battambang Travel Guide

Battambang or Krong Battambang is the capital city of Battambang province in north western Cambodia. Founded in the 11th century by the Khmer Empire, Battambang is the leading rice-producing province of the country.

Phnom Banan

Phnom Banan

Phnom Banan is some 22 kilometres to the south of Battambang, but worth a visit if you’ve time to spare. Like Ek Phnom, Banan is also originally 11th century-built, though it saw a Buddhist ...

 
Phnom Sampeau

Phnom Sampeau

Just 12 kilometres southwest of Battambang, a strange protrusion is the site for a pretty hilltop pagoda complex from which gorgeous views across Battambang’s green fields and distant hills can be ...

 
Bamboo Train Rides

Bamboo Train Rides

Forever under threat of extinction, this unusual, and thrilling, way of catching a glimpse of the gorgeous Battambang countryside is known locally as a norrie, or nori, or nory. It’s a “train” ...

 
Wat Somrong Knong

Wat Somrong Knong

About 4km north of Battambang, Wat Somrong Knong was built in the 19th century on the site of a pre-Angkorian temple complex. The Khmer Rouge used the temple grounds as a prison and it's believed ...

 
Wat Ek Phnom

Wat Ek Phnom

Hidden behind a colourful modern pagoda and a gargantuan Buddha statue is this atmospheric, partly collapsed 11th-century temple 11km north of the Battambang's river ferry pier. Wat Ek Phnom measures ...

 
Kamping Puoy Lake

Kamping Puoy Lake

Kamping Pouy Bassin is located between two mountains Phnom Ku or Phnom Ta Ngen and Phnom Kamping Pouy - in Ta Nget Village, Ta Kream Srok commune, about 35 kilometers west of the provincial town.This ...

 
Battambang Provincial Museum

Battambang Provincial Museum

Can't get enough of Cambodia's ancient relics? Battambang museum offers an excellent display of sculptures and sandstone carvings, mostly items that have been removed from Cambodia's various ...

 
Battambang Winery

Battambang Winery

Cambodia’s first and only winery, the Chan Thai Choeung (or Banan) Winery, is located 14 kilometres outside of town on the banks of the Sangkar River and is open for visits and ...

 
Wat Kor Village

Wat Kor Village

Wat Kor Cultural Village is away from Phnom Penh at Wat Koh village in Battambang province, there is the “homeland” for many Khmer traditional houses, most of them built from 1920 – 1056. An ...

 
Prasart Stueng

Prasart Stueng

A final temple you’ll see in Battambang guides is Prasart Steung in Snoeung village, and a great little temple it is too, though it’s some way out of town on the Pailin road. A visit here could ...

 
Khor Sang House

Khor Sang House

Khor Sang House is one of a clutch of surviving traditional Khmer houses in Wat Kor Village, with floors worn lustrous by a century of bare feet. Decorated with old furniture, family photos and old ...

 
Battambang Phare Circus Show

Battambang Phare Circus Show

Born out of the ashes of the Civil War and Khmer Rouge era, Phare Ponleu Selpak is an extraordinary initiative that aims to provide a channel and a future for young Cambodians through the arts. One ...

 

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