Phnom Tbeng Meanchey has many pagodas and can ride a motorbike to visit Ma Em Waterfall during Pchum Thom
It is a religious historical site of Preah Vihear province, which is a natural heritage site that covers 5 districts: Kulen, Sangkum Thmey, Tbeng Meanchey, Preah Vihear and Rovieng Phnom Tbeng, which has a long history. Others here, as well as the name of Grandpa Suong, whom Cambodians and Thais respect.
To get to Phnom Tbeng directly, you have to leave the provincial town about 35 km. When we arrived, the first thing we saw was a long staircase that looked almost as far as the eye, which is more than 400 meters high. The geographical location is that Uncle Heng Hor, who is the head of the bulldozer in this area, said that from the foot of the mountain up to the first stage is 1,092 steps and continue to the top of the mountain. Wat Phnom Tbeng or Wat Dambok Khmao by climbing another 253 steps, this natural mountain area is more than 25,000 hectares with about 10 pagodas such as Wat Dambok Khmao Wat Three stones, Wat Ta Prom, Wat Phnom Sruoch, Wat Preah Bat, Wat Taing You, Wat Thmor Huot and Wat Tapos, which are on the mountain and have many waterfalls.