Kulen Mountain is located at north east of Angkor Complex around 50 Km, it takes about 2 hours drive up to the slope top with 487 meters tallness and level extends 30 km long, it is opened for vacationers in 1999 by private possessed and charged for $20 toll per outside guests. The organization created street up to the pinnacle. It is just conceivable to go up before 11 Am and just conceivable to descend after early afternoon, to maintain a strategic distance from vehicles meeting on the tight street.
Kulen Mountain is considered by Khmers to be the most holy mountain in Cambodia and it is a prevalent place for residential guests amid ends of the week and celebrations. The slope is utilized as the antiquated capital city of King Jayavarman II in 802 AD to proclaim himself as lord of god and reported freedom from Java, at that point bringing forth show day Cambodia.
On the ridge there are 56 Angkorian sanctuaries made of blocks and volcanic stones, however the greater part of them are seriously in poor condition, today name Hahendrapura, established in the rule of King Jayavarman sanctuary base just is stay in place.
The noticeable destinations in cutting edge are Prasat Krau Romeas, Rong Chen ( the primary mountain sanctuary), Sra Damrei ( Elephant lake), Thousands of phallic images cut a long liver quaint little inn in three ports for the Hindu trinity divine beings. These three ports utilized for baptistery. At the summit of the slope you can see Buddhist pagoda and a huge leaning back Buddha statue 8 meters length cut into a sandstone bock in sixteenth century.
The last appealing spot is a waterfall, it parts in two spots the principal waterfall is four or five meters statures and 20 to 25 measurements in dry and raining seasons. The second waterfall is 15 to 20 meters statures and 10 to 15 widths in dry and raining seasons.
The water is viewed as sacred and Khmers get a kick out of the chance to bottle it to bring home with them. The wellspring of water in the long run streams in to Tonle Sap Lake and is thought to favor the conduits of Cambodia.