Ampe Phnom is a natural and cultural site located in Tang Tonle and Ampe Phnom villages, Soportep and Svay Kravan communes, Chbarmon district, about 48 kilometers southwest of Phnom Penh. The site features a stream, walking paths and big shade trees. A wobbly, wood-and-cable suspension bridge across the stream links Tang Tonle and Ampe Phnom villages.
On the Ampe Phnom side of the stream sits an old pagoda where Cambodians worship during festivals. Visitors can swim in the stream, traverse the suspension bridge or simply relax in one of the many cottages above the stream. Food and beverages are available for sale, and the surrounding woods are full of monkeys.