Battambang. Nongsapa Mountain is a worthwhile place, and it is also a place full of memories and mysteries of suffering. You can walk up the mountain, you can also drive up the mountain, the mountain is not high, two to three hundred meters. From the top of the mountain, you can see the fortresses and cannons left from fighting against Thailand, the endless plains of Battambang and the distant cities, the glittering temples, and the monkeys running around fighting for food. Of course, there are Go down to the deep mass cave. It is said that during the Khmer Rouge period, tens of thousands of people were taken here and pushed down the cave. This cave, as it goes down step by step, is terrifying. The most exciting thing is that at the foot of the mountain, every twilight, thousands of bats fly out of a cave, flying all over the sky, extremely shocking, bats lined up out of the cave for nearly an hour, and a large number of white people are drinking beer here. Looking at this spectacle, at that moment, all the waiting is worth it!
The Phnom Sampov mountain in Battambang, Cambodia. The scenic spots on this mountain include Bat Cave, Killing Cave, Hilltop Temple, Peak View, etc.
The three main attractions of Nongsapa Mountain in Cambodia: 1. Mountain top (monastery and surrounding mountain scenery) 2. Murder cave (killing field, killing cave) 2. Bat out of the cave (starts at about 5:45 in the afternoon and ends in about 40 minutes)
There are not many tourists in Battambang. Bamboo train and Sapa Mountain are the two main attractions here. We rented a scooter to ride over, and it was still more than ten kilometers away. There are a lot of monkeys on the mountain road, not afraid of people, there is a murder cave on the mountainside, and a temple on the top of the mountain, overlooking Battambang, the scenery is good. After 5:30, there was a view of bats coming out of the cave. A large group of tourists sat under the bat cave and waited. Millions of bats flew out of the cave and got close. It lasted for an hour. People with intensive phobias watched carefully.
The grotto on the hillside of Mount Sa Pa witnessed the brutal massacre in Cambodia in the 1970s. The winding steps lead to the grotto. During the climbing process, you will see the stone sculptures dotted on both sides, and you will also pass the viewing platform overlooking the village. The lush vegetation covers the walls of the limestone cave. There is a reclining Buddha in the wide cave. What is even more frightening is a wire cage full of human bones at the bottom of the steps. There is also a glass box on the right that holds more victims of the year. Relics. These bones belonged to Cambodians who died in the slaughter in the 1970s. In those days, people were driven here, beaten to death with sticks and thrown into the cave from the top of the cave.