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When you travel up to the Bokor Mountain, take a short stop at Kilometre No. 10 to capture the amazing view of a large face in rock. Regarded as the Guardian of the Forest, this huge face rock was the place to pray for a safe and prosperous journey by the hunters.
You might be interested in its beautiful name and then you will be more surprised to see the real view of "Veal Sre Mouy Roy" or "100 Rice Fields". That is the rock fields which look like hundreds of paddy fields divided by hundreds of dikes. It is one of the ideal place to keep your fun posts in your camera.
500 Rice Fields is 17 kilometres from the Thansur Sokha Hotel and takes about 30 minutes by car to reach the site. The place has been hidden in the jungle for years and just open for public visit with the new constructed road.
Compare to 100 Rice Fields, the new explored 500 Rice Fields is filled more with wonders and untouched dense forest. You can spot many unique rocks, animal and furniture liked rocks scattered all over the area and Bokor icon, sroy tree, along the way to 500 Rice Fields. It is home of Nepenthes and many kinds of wild orchids, ferns, and hundred species of butterflies.
Walking through the little pathway deep into the jungle, the unparalleled mountain views will capture your sight and dig up your passion of peaceful exploration. You are invading the God's Place! The cloud is within your reach, the ground you are standing on is sparkling... you are here in the park of paradise where only God and Goddess can seek for a time of relaxation and amusement.
Popokvil Waterfall is the two tiers waterfall means "swirling clouds" in Khmer. The best period to visit Popokvil waterfall is during rainy season (May to October) where the waterfall is at its most beautiful.