Bokor Hill Station, Phnom Bokor, Cambodia: Accessible only by a long trek across a dirt road to an elevation of 3000 ft. it was a 1920s French retreat that has been deserted since WWII including a hotel, casino, church, police station, post office, and royal residences. The Khmer Rouge removed everything of any value including the very wiring in the walls of the buildings. Land mines in the area remain a danger to visitors. Phnom Bokor, Bokor Hills St, Khmer Rouge, Hills Stations, 1920S French, French Retreat, Dirt Roads, Long Trek, Police Stations
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Bokor Hill Station is an abandoned French resort town built in 1922 on Bokor Mountain, just outside the town of Kampot, southern Cambodia. It was abandoned due to war in the 70’s and was used as a hold out for the Khmer Rouge. The main building is the Grand Hotel and Casino, overlooking a dramatic cliff in the mountains. en.wikipedia.org/...
Bokor Palace Hotel & Casino is located in an abandoned French resort town in southern Cambodia called Bokor Hill Station.