Bokor Hill Station and National Park
Bokor Hill Station is home to various building which were constructed by the French in the early 1920s. A hotel, casino, church, royal residence and other structures span the mountaintop. Once an elegant getaway for officials and tourist, the ruins of the old building and the new building resurrected from the ruins has made the Bokor Hill Station a top destination of locals and tourists from Kep, Kampot, Sihanoukville, Phnom Penh and other nearby parts of Cambodia.
With its altitude of about 1048 meters above sea level, Bokor Hill Station makes a cool and windy getaway from the tropical heat of Cambodia. It is about 37 kilometers from Kampot and takes about an hour and a half to reach the top.
Bokor National Park
Bokor Hill Station sits on the Bokor National Park, which is a 1580-square kilometer area of protected rainforest near the Cardamom Mountain Range and the Kirirom National Park. It is also home to many rare animals including leopards, black bears, sun bears, gobbons, deers, Indian elephants and many more. There are approximately 300 species of bird living in the Bokor National Park.
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