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Contact Admin. Pursat is the fourth biggest province of Cambodia. Pursat offers a perfect access to both the Tonle Sap just 35km far and the Cardamom Mountains right to the West. The name of Pursat refers to a type of tree. For the time being, Pursat receives few travellers and the two main attractions, the Cardamoms and the Tonle Sap require a little initiative on the tourist's part to visit. There is also an old slowly train working between Phnom Penh and Battambang, which stops outside 2km from Pursat.
The provincial capital of Pursat is also called Pursat town. The city is located right in the middle between the Tonle Sap and the Cardamom Mountains on the riverbanks of the Stung Pursat.
For people just driving by, the impression of a boring ordinary town remains. The only tourist attraction in town is the marble workshops near the bridge on the main street. The precious marble stones originate from the Cardamoms, than they are brought here, followed up and sold near the Lam Siv Eng Restaurant.
About 5 km from town is the tomb of Khleang Meung. Pursat province offers the magnificent opportunity to see one of the larger and markedly less touristy floating villages without a significant investment in time or money. Pursat Province Pursat is the fourth biggest province of Cambodia. The Tonle Sap Pursat province offers the magnificent opportunity to see one of the larger and markedly less touristy floating villages without a significant investment in time or money.
No part of this site may be reproduced without our written permission. River Bank Park River Bank Park lies along the Pursat river, just north of the concrete bridge on the west side of the town. Later, the Park has been rebuilt following the instigation and guidance of Mr. Ung Samy, the Governor of Pursat province. Although it is currently in the process of being upgraded to a provincial park for tourists and local residents, it features some fine crafted sculptures for visitors Pursat New Market Pursat New Market stands along the Pursat riverbank on the west side of the town, about m north of the concrete bridge.