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Norng Kabat Forest

The Norng Kabat Forest is one of the most splendid tourist attractions in Ratanakiri, which attracts tens of thousands of travellers throughout the year.
Norng Kabat Forest is situated 23 kilometers north of Banlung. This place has also a pond. The visitors can go there to see the animals and birds which comes to at the pond. Beside this the tourists can go visit the ethnic villages, ethnic culture (tradition belief, festival, dancing, music).

The Norng Kabat Forest, Ratanakiri has become the popular destination of the bird watchers.

Animal lovers also throng the Norng Kabat Forest.
The foreign travelers can find many renowned tourist destinations in the vicinity of the Norng Kabat Forest.
The Norng Kabat Forest also offers the international travellers the unique opportunity of visiting the ethnic villages of the town.

A visit to the ethnic villages of Ratanakiri will acquaint tourists with the culture and custom of the local people.

 

The ethnic villages of Ratanakiri experience an influx of locals as foreign tourists. By undertaking a tour of these ethnic villages the international tourists can get a clear understanding of the traditions and beliefs practiced by the indigenous people.
You can also know about the festivals celebrated by the ethnic people by travelling these ethnic villages. The traditional dance and music performances of the ethnic villagers are a major draw for the international visitors.


Forest

Nearly half of Ratanakiri has been set aside in protected areas. Even these protected areas, however, are subject to illegal logging, poaching, and mineral extraction.
Ratanakiri tends to be cooler than elsewhere in Cambodia. The average daily high temperature in the province is 34.0 C (93.2 F), and the average daily low temperature is 22.1 C (71.8 F). Annual precipitation is approximately 2,200 millimetres (87 in).

Etnic Women