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vutha

Thanks Beth, I forget to describe it because it is the first time for me. "I went to visit Kampi Resort in Kratie province in the second day of Khmer New Year 2007 with my families and friends. I caught the video of my sister, niece, nephew and other local tourists. I just want to share this video to all people over the world to know the attractive waterfall in Cambodia. and I hope more tourists will be more attractive to visit it".

Once again, thanks for your good advice. I will try it again. I will share other video with all of us as well.

vutha

Thanks Beth, I forget to describe it because it is the first time for me. "I went to visit Kampi Resort in Kratie province in the second day of Khmer New Year 2007 with my families and friends. I caught the video of my sister, niece, nephew and other local tourists. I just want to share this video to all people over the world to know the attractive waterfall in Cambodia. and I hope more tourists will be more attractive to visit it".

Once again, thanks for your good advice. I will try it again. I will share other video with all of us as well.

Jan / The Faux Press

Glad to see it explained a bit in text - I was shaking my head wondering why all the folks were in the water with their clothes on. Makes complete sense to me if it's exceptionally hot to go in the water fully clothed since the wet clothing will keep you cool for much longer. Is that the case?

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