A new destination in the Kingdom is catching the eye of tourists in Pursat.
Traveling across the mountains and through the forests of the western province, many are heading toward Thmadar Touch waterfall, just off of National Road 55. The site is a jewel near the border with Thailand.
Sitting 153km from the provincial capital, and 50km from the centre of Veal Vong district, the waterfall still has a rustic feel to it, though this may soon change with the advent of development. However, it is still relatively hidden, so one may have to stop and ask a villager for directions.
The waterfall itself is made up of broad flat layers like a giant staircase and serves as the perfect backdrop for many photos and selfies.
In many places the water is shallow as it flows over the rocks, making it the…
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