Ream National Park in Cambodia which is also known as Preah Sihanouk Ream National park is located in the Prey Nob district of the Sihanoukville province just 18 km away from the Sihanoukville city and borders on the Gulf of Thailand, the park is a tropical paradise which houses numerous types of flora and fauna which makes the park biologically very valuable. Make sure to stop by here.
The Ream National Park wildlife is also very diverse which include animals and aquatic life such as turtles, Sarus crane, mouse-deer, dolphins, dugongs, rhesus monkeys and many more including some endangered and rare species which are all protected and preserved, the park also has numerous species of coral reefs along with flora species. There are 30,000 people who live in and around the park.
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The park’s landscape ranges from mountains, mangrove forests, evergreen beaches, coral reefs, rivers, freshwater wetlands, seagrass beds, and islands. Ream National Park experiences high temperature and heavy rainfall during the months from May to October and during the months from November to April it is cooler and experiences less rainfall and is the best time to visit the national park…