Bousra Waterfall

Bousra Waterfall, Sen Monorom: Address, Bousra Waterfall Reviews: 4/5

Bousra Waterfall
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Lidia Soky Sony
3 contributions
Aug 2020
Amazing wild nature. One of the most beautiful water falls in Cambodia. Big space, area to rest, meet with family and friends, good parking.
Just should have more conscience of keeping clean this fantastic area and not drop plastic and rubbish everywhere, they are bins but still people drops where they want and very dangerous because bottles of glass near the walking water area.
Written September 3, 2020
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Mary J
19 contributions
Nov 2020
A beautiful place to visit. Make the effort to get under the waterfall and enjoy being wet and seeing natures beauty up close. While the waterfall itself was awesome, the cultural village with it was quite disappointing. The zip line was closed with no indication if it was ever opening again.
Written November 2, 2020
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Angkor Best Driver
Siem Reap, Cambodia638 contributions
Feb 2016 • Friends
On 13th Feb 2016 we went to the natural water fall in mondulkiri . the first we leaved from Ratanakiri province to Mondulkiri province on the way nearly reach Modulkiri province around 10km we turned right side to the Bor Sra water fall in the forest . the road not still fine but still climbing the hill & mountain , please careful for your driving if you want to go visit the water fall , they charge for our car entrance 5000 real , we feel fresh & happy when we arrived the Bor Sra water fall because we neet with natural waterfall & River inside the natural , we can't forgot the our safety-Happy trips to Bor Sra water fall , thank you
Written February 22, 2016
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FlyingSparrow
Canberra24 contributions
Apr 2014 • Friends
This waterfall exceeded our expectations. You have to pay a couple of thousand riel to enter, but the waterfall itself is beautiful. It's a pity that so many people throw their rubbish away in beautiful places like this; there were many plastic bottles and other bits and pieces lying around. Please take your rubbish with you!
Written April 26, 2014
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Mark K
Melbourne, Australia76 contributions
Aug 2019 • Friends
A fair distance from Sen Monorom but worth it.
This place has been developed and has good paths and toilets.
A very picturesque place, vendors selling food, souvenirs, etc
I purchased local black pepper its very good and very cheap

Written August 6, 2019
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Jerre_Stead
Bali, Indonesia47 contributions
Sep 2018 • Solo
Beautiful little stop if you are in the area. It is 2.50 to enter the park and around .50 to park a motorbike if you drive. The walk down to the falls is very easy and on a nice cement stairs path. There are many many local food and drink stands but I would suggest bringing water and snacks ahead of time as thy can be a little more costly at tourist spots like this. The bottom of the falls can be really crowded on a busy day and you may also not want to wear nice shoes as it is typically a little muddy.
Written September 8, 2018
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DavidJ298
Phnom Penh, Cambodia512 contributions
Jan 2018 • Family
Worth a visit. Impressive and it’s cool you can hike wherever you want. What’s not cool is you can hike wherever you want - someone is going to fall to their death. Lots of vendors selling local food and crafts. An occasional monkey. Bathrooms are not good. Lots of trash.
Written January 4, 2018
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Francois
Montreal, Canada31 contributions
Dec 2016 • Friends
The waterfall is very impressive. A must do is to go on the right side (looking downstream) and go down the hard to find path all the way down the 2nd waterfall. You will come across a wooden ladder (which is due for maintenance, sketchy) and some wooden paths (some planks are rotten/broken) that lead down. The view from below is so beautiful, even more so then the top view where everyone takes pictures. We did this without even paying because the pay entrance (2.50$ US) is on the left side at the first waterfall base. The picture is from the left side, 1st waterfall. If you can, go on a weekday to avoid the crowd, all though mostly locals on holiday (we went December 31st and it was full!).
Written January 1, 2017
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PhilipL1957
Emu Plains, Australia147 contributions
Apr 2016 • Family
Just a trickle.
A mere trickle.
Hardly worth the visit.
Perhaps worthwhile in wetter times.
...but dry season - don't go
Written May 12, 2016
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Philip L
174 contributions
Apr 2016 • Friends
We were here last year when it was a raging waterfall. This year there was only a trickle. So choose your season carefully. It was still pleasant and we met some lovely Bunong people there
Written May 11, 2016
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