Koulen Falls

Koulen is a town in northern Cambodia.

Koulen Mountain(Khmer: ភ្នំគូលេន) locates at Districts of Svay Len and Va Rin in 48-kilometer distance from the provincial town of Siem Reap by Short-cut or in 50-kilometer distance from the provincial town of Siem Reap via Charles De Gaulle Road, small circle, big circle, Preah Dak, Road A66, then turning to the Malaysian Developed Road. At the mountain of Ku Len, tourists can visit such places as follows:

CHUP PREAH: Is the plain spot where having cool water flows and locates at the mountain’s valley. Next to it, there is a rare-big tree of Cham Pa having 0.7-meter diameter and 15-meter height. At Chup Preah, there is a big Buddhist statue and many other small statues made during 16th century.
LINGA 1,000: Locates on the mountain, along the river of Siem Reap and has a lot of figures of Yoni and Linga spreading out at the bottom of the river.

TERRACE OF SDACH KUM LING: Is the plain terrace having a small ruined temple made of solid brick at the middle; the study proves that the terrace covered by lava for hundreds years.

PREAH ANG THOM: Is a big statue of Buddhist who had achieved nirvana; the statue built in 16th century has eight-meter length living on a big rock. Preah Ang Thom is the sacred and worshipping god for Ku Len Mountain. There are also two big trees of Cham Pa at nearby. Besides Preah Ang Thom, we have seen Chhok Ruot, footprint of Preah Bat Choan Tuk, Peung Chhok, Peung Ey So and Peung Ey Sey.

WATERFALL: At Ku Len Mountain, there are two spots of waterfall. First Waterfall: Has four-meter to five-meter heights and 20-meter to 25-meter diameters during the dry and rainy seasons respectfully. Second Waterfall: Has 15-20-meter heights and 10-15-meter diameters during the dry and rainy seasons respectfully.

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