Kampong Cham is the capital of the territory of a similar name and the third biggest city in Cambodia. With its Mekong River area and moderately nearness to Phnom Penh and Vietnam, Kampong Cham has dependably been an essential exchange and transportation center point. The roadway from Phnom Penh is in magnificent condition-you can arrive in just shy of two hours by street or by the shot vessels that are a primary method of transportation between towns on the Mekong River. Whichever way it's a decent fide, with perspectives of the provincial farmland or stream zone, contingent upon which way you go.
The town itself is curious and beguiling with its clamoring morning waterway scene and wide avenue roads alongside the stream. There are a couple of advantageous attractions adjacent and with it's area in transit by vessel or street to Kratie, Mondulkiri, Rattanakiri and Stung Treng Provinces; it's a pleasant bounce off point. Kampong Cham is a blend of the old and the new, with another sanctuary being inherent and around old remains and the huge ship vessels taking individuals and merchandise to the opposite side of the Mekong, appropriate beside the development of the principal connect ever worked here.