Rattanakiri is the mountainous northeastern frontier province that borders Laos to the north, Vietnam to the east. On home grounds, Mondulkiri Province to the south, and the province of Stung Treng to the west. It extends from the mountains of the Annamite Range in the north, across a plateau between the Tonle San and Tonle Srepok rivers. Famed for its stunning natural beauty and ethnic diversity, RattanakIri is full of natural and cultural treasures just waiting to be explored.

Rattanakiri boasts some of the most striking landscapes the region has to offer and is home to several settlements of ethnic hill tribes. Among the many picturesque natural sites are the crystal clear Yeak Laom volcanic lake, incredibly fresh waterfalls, gem mines, and a dense rainforest teeming with exotic flora and fauna. In contrast to modern day opulence, this province remains largely untouched as the majority of the population here is made up of ethnic minority groups living harmoniously with nature.

Most visitors to Rattanakiri choose to base themselves in the capital town of Banlung City from where excursions can be arranged to visit the Khmer Loeu villages and an array of natural sites.

Rattanakiri is the mountainous northeastern frontier province that borders Laos to the north, Vietnam to the east. On home grounds, Mondulkiri Province to the south, and the province of Stung Treng to the west. It extends from the mountains of the Annamite Range in the north, across a plateau between the Tonle San and Tonle Srepok rivers. Famed for its stunning natural beauty and ethnic diversity, RattanakIri is full of natural and cultural treasures just waiting to be explored.

Striking Landscape

Striking Landscape

Rattanakiri boasts some of the most striking landscapes the region has to offer and is home to several settlements of ethnic hill tribes. Among the many picturesque natural sites are the crystal clear Yeak Laom volcanic lake, incredibly fresh waterfalls, gem mines, and a dense rainforest teeming with exotic flora and fauna. In contrast to modern day opulence, this province remains largely untouched as the majority of the population here is made up of ethnic minority groups living harmoniously with nature.

The Yeak Laom LakeThe Yeak Laom Lake
The Yeak Laom Lake
The Yeak Laom Lake
The Hill Tribes are a friendly lot and are always excited to receive visitors. They live humbly in simple huts and will readily perform entertain guest.The Hill Tribes are a friendly lot and are always excited to receive visitors. They live humbly in simple huts and will readily perform entertain guest.
Tribal Souvenir Shop Tribal Souvenir Shop Tribal Souvenir Shop


Most visitors to Rattanakiri choose to base themselves in the capital town of Banlung City from where excursions can be arranged to visit the Khmer Loeu villages and an array of natural sites.

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