Sen Monorom is a growing frontier town in eastern Cambodia that is more akin to a Vietnamese town due to the proximity of the border. It is the least Khmer town in Cambodia, has numerous restaurants and guest houses and many nearby waterfalls.

Sen Monorom is a town of rolling hills and hill tribes and has that frontier Wild West look and feel. Tribesmen can be seen milling about although you will be more of a tourist attraction than them.

The local waterfalls are the big attraction of Sen Monorom, some of which are huge and good for a swim. The biggest is the two-tier Bousra Waterfall. There is not much to see within the town itself, other than visit the local fresh produce market, which sits next to the dirt airstrip.

Getting There & Away

Sen Monorom is one of the most difficult places to get to from Phnom Penh, the Cambodian capital. It is way out east near the Vietnam border and involves several bus journeys and at least a day’s hard travelling. Phnom Penh International Airport is the gateway to Cambodia.

Things to Do

Sen Monorom Attractions

Sen Monorom market

Located in the center of town next to the airstrip, the market is the focus of attention and within easy walking of guest houses and restaurants.

Bousra Waterfall

The largest of the many waterfalls near sen monorom has two tiers and picnic areas. you can swim here as well as go walking.

Onward Travel