Edge of Cambodia
Edge of Cambodia

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Kampot below
Kampot below

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Yay Mao
Yay Mao

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Bokor Palace Hotel
Bokor Palace Hotel

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Touree take photo
Touree take photo

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Koh Trahl
Koh Trahl

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Fly
Fly

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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The view
The view

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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The terrace
The terrace

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Labyrinth
Labyrinth

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Ball room
Ball room

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Security
Security

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Stairwell
Stairwell

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Bokor Palace Hotel
Bokor Palace Hotel

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Family
Family

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Window View
Window View

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Turasap on the hill
Turasap on the hill

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Hot brolly
Hot brolly

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Bokor National Park
Bokor National Park

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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The Garden
The Garden

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Kampot Bay
Kampot Bay

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Chee Moto
Chee Moto

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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UFO Landing
UFO Landing

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Little Villa
Little Villa

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Kalvin Klein
Kalvin Klein

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Just Chillin
Just Chillin

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Big Rock
Big Rock

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Roam
Roam

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Water Tower
Water Tower

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Nyam Bai
Nyam Bai

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Dahlaing
Dahlaing

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Catholic Church
Catholic Church

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Rocks View
Rocks View

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Boo Selektah
Boo Selektah

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Popokvil Waterfall
Popokvil Waterfall

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Monk Photographer
Monk Photographer

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Wat Sampov Pram
Wat Sampov Pram

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Family Portrait at the Wat
Family Portrait at the Wat

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Wat Sampov Pram
Wat Sampov Pram

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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View from the Wat
View from the Wat

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Edge of Cambodia
Kampot below
Yay Mao
Bokor Palace Hotel
Touree take photo
Koh Trahl
Fly
The view
The terrace
Labyrinth
Ball room
Security
Stairwell
Bokor Palace Hotel
Family
Window View
Turasap on the hill
Hot brolly
Bokor National Park
The Garden
Kampot Bay
Chee Moto
UFO Landing
Little Villa
Kalvin Klein
Just Chillin
Big Rock
Roam
Water Tower
Nyam Bai
Dahlaing
Catholic Church
Rocks View
Boo Selektah
Popokvil Waterfall
Monk Photographer
Wat Sampov Pram
Family Portrait at the Wat
Wat Sampov Pram
View from the Wat
Edge of Cambodia

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Kampot below

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Yay Mao

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Bokor Palace Hotel

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Touree take photo

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Koh Trahl

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Fly

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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The view

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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The terrace

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Labyrinth

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Ball room

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Security

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Stairwell

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Bokor Palace Hotel

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Family

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Window View

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Turasap on the hill

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Hot brolly

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Bokor National Park

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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The Garden

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Kampot Bay

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Chee Moto

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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UFO Landing

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Little Villa

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Kalvin Klein

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Just Chillin

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Big Rock

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Roam

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Water Tower

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Nyam Bai

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Dahlaing

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Catholic Church

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Rocks View

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Boo Selektah

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Popokvil Waterfall

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Monk Photographer

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Wat Sampov Pram

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Family Portrait at the Wat

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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Wat Sampov Pram

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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View from the Wat

"City in the Clouds"
Bokor Hill (Phnom Bokor)

The old French resort at Bokor Hill sits at an altitude of 1080 metres on the southern tip of Cambodia's Elephant mountains, and about 38km from the coastal town of Kampot. Built in the 1920s as a getaway from the heat of Phnom Penh and surrounding plains, it was frequented by the French colonialists and Cambodian elite. It was anticipated that the attraction would complement the seaside resort at Kep that had been established further up the coast.

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