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Tour Mundalkiri

Mondulkiri (Khmer: មណ្ឌលគីរី, literally: "Mountain of the Mandala.") is an eastern province of Cambodia. It is the most sparsely populated province in the country despite being the largest in land area. The capital is Senmonorom town. Mondulkiri is known for its forested hills and powerful waterfalls. Mondulkiri is a candidate for eco-tourism in Cambodia.
Minorities/Hill Tribes of Mondulkiri
80 percent of the Mondulkiri's population is made up of ten tribal minorities, with the majority of them being Phnong. The remaining 20 percent are Khmer, Chinese and Muslim Cham. The population lives off the land, planting rice, fruit trees and a variety of vegetables. Others grow strawberries, coffee, rubber and cashew nuts. Although more and more houses are built in 'Khmer style', you still can find the traditional Phnong houses. In the houses you'll find big jars, which are said to be more than a thousand years old, and traditional gongs. There are various sorts of gongs used at different occasions. Jars and gongs are among the most valuable possessions of indigenous communities both in traditional and spiritual as well as material terms. During the times of Pol Pot those objects were buried in hidden places in the jungle and in many cases they still wait in the ground.

Waterfalls
Many majestic waterfalls are found in Mondulkiri.
Bou Sra Waterfall
Located at Pich Chinda District, 43 kilometers from Senmonorom town, Bou Sra is the largest waterfall, made famous by a popular Khmer song in Mondulkiri and has two stages.
Senmonorom Waterfall
5 km from town and an easy walk, is not much to look at and used to be a nice picnic spot until the Japanese built a hydro electric power station there and stole all the water.
Romnea Waterfall
10 kilometers from Senmonorom, is actually 1 of 3 large waterfalls that has now been deforested and privatised by a Guesthouse.

Villages
Pou Lung, 10 km (15min) from Senmonorom
Pou Trou, 20 km (1hour) from Senmonorom
Pou Tang, 8 km (30min) from Senmonorom

Land grabbing
Instances of dispossession of indigenous lands are occurring in some parts of the province and also in the adjacent province of Ratanakkiri. Over one hundred and twenty thousand hectares of forest covering communal lands have been lost in the 2007/2008 economic cycle due to landgrabbing.


 
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Mundulkiri is an eastern province of Cambodia.
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