Phnom Han Chey (Phnom Chey Kiri)
Han Chey or Phnom chey Kiri is located in Han Chey village, Han Chey commune, Kampong Siem district, about 18 kilometers east of Kampong Cham provincial town on the northern part of the Mekong River. The distance by water is 20 kilometers.
The top of the mountain is reached by climbing 295 steps. On the top of mountain there is a pagoda and one temple known as South Kuk temple. Constructed of solid brick made of red clay, it is 7 meters square and 12 meters high. South Kuk temple was built in the seventh century during the reign of King Isanavarman I. Much of the temple has collapsed. Next to it is a second temple made of sandstone. It is 2 meters cubic in circumference and has a roof.
At the foot of the mountain, there is another temple made of basalt called Neang Khmao temple or Noth Kuk Temple. It is 7 Square meters. Today this temple is near collapse, because it has not been maintained.
Many tourists visit these sites. Many foreigners prefer to come by water, and they often travel in groups. Phnom Han Chey is 63 meters high and offers tourists beautiful views of the countryside and the Mekong River from its summit.