The beautiful natural scenery of Preah Nimith Waterfall

Preah Nimith Waterfall toke during February. Photo: Chhut Chheana 

The Mekong River originates from the Tibetan region and runs 4,350 km (2,703 mi) through six countries: China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. 



In northeastern Cambodia, the Mekong River crosses the Cambodia-Laos border, and flows into an area in Kampong Srolau II Commune, Chaeb District, Preah Vihear Province, 70 km from Stung Treng Town, where it creates the beautiful natural landscape that villagers call "Preah Nimith Waterfall." 



These waterfalls form important channels for fish to migrate up the Mekong River. For some relaxing waterfall sounds, please watch the video below, filmed during February 2019.





 


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