Discover the temples just outside of KampongCham, Cambodia

Kampong Cham is the capital of the Cambodian province of Kampong Cham. The town is the third largest city in Cambodia and is located on the Mekong River. The city has a population of around 64,000 and has an airfield, a cotton-textile mill, a rice mill. It is also known for its agricultural-machinery and vehicle-repair facilities. By the River at Kampong Cham Mark tours the sandstone ruins of the Wat Nokor temple. Sculptures, intricate decoration, and even distinct wildlife characterize this emblematic Cambodian landmark. Afterward Mark introduces an eco-tourist village supported by AMICA. The AMICA project helping the village, Chaung Kok, stay economically viable in its semi-isolated state teaches the locals marketable trade skills such as scarf weaving.