About Ghost- town Feel at Bokor Hill Station, Cambodia
History is usually a past of everything, but it is not necessary that past should always be bad. Rather it can also have airs attached to it. Ask the noteworthy Bokor Hill Station which was naturally very exciting and intriguing, but now only identifies as an abandoned French town in Preah Monivong National Park since World War II. Its height is approximately 1,000 meters, and fails to observe the picturesque southern coast of Cambodia. Formerly, presented as a resort by the then colonial French settlers it served as a cooling getaway, but, now it only lures you towards a Catholic Church, ex- regal dwellings, a once stylish hotel and casino, as well as sheer bizarre constructions providing you an idea of what happened in the bygone days. Bokor had to fight hard over by the Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese to safeguard its buildings left in a perpetual imbalances owing to the political disturbances took place in Cambodia. Its strategic location shows off mountain area disguised with clouds and fog, and inculcate the feel to meander around to accumulate an ultimate ravishing experience. Amazingly, this tourist spot enjoys the reputation of National Park d by the Cambodian government and looks very protective. Yet this recent up-gradation also ensure that no future development will ever affect the prettiness of the place, highlighted through dazzling vistas of coastline and pure jungle acting as a perfect sanctum for wild animals. Thus forms successful image for Bokor to be enjoyed by everyone.