The North-Eastern provinces hold many hidden secrets, a colourful history, wild waterfalls and some stunning scenery. Remote and spectacular temple ruins can also be found, if you know where to look.
Most well known is Preah Vihear, the hilltop Temple that is famous for being long disputed territory between Cambodia and Thailand.
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The North-East of Cambodia is literally a feast for the senses; it is rich and diverse in culture, scenery and landscape. The roads and trails are perfect for exploring by motorcycle along the network of smooth, empty tarmac roads, hardpacked laterite roads through sweeping plains and dirt trails through rice fields and forests. The Dangrek Mountain Range dominates much of the northern landscape, and forms the border between Thailand and Cambodia. It is also home to the long-disputed Preah Vihear temple, and historic remnants of the Khmer Rouge. Every day offers something special and unique and we take time to meet the friendly locals and learn about their daily life, family, and customs.