Top 10 Video Youtube that have people around the world always want to visit (10 Video ) 04 July 2015


 Top 10 Video Youtube that have people around the world always want to visit (10 Video ) 04 July 2015
         1.  GANGNAM STYLE (강남스타일) M/V = 2,367,631,217

      2.  Baby  ,Justin Bieber  =1,185,091,299

3.Dark Horse,  Katy Perry=1,014,056,143

4.Roar ​, Katy Perry     980,178,704

                                5.Enrique Iglesias ,Bailando, Descemer Bueno & Gente De Zona=941,600,932 


6. Party Rock Anthem,​ LMFAO= 897,464,217

 7.Love the Way You Lie ,​ Eminem &Rihanna=888,669,880

8. Waka Waka This Time for Africa,of ​ Shkira=881,870,373

9. Gentleman   of     Spy =853,154,493

10.On the Floor of ​ Jennifer Lopez & Pitbull =842,915,733



Shopping - Stung Treng


As it is quite common in Cambodia even small cities, such as Stueng Treng have at least one bigger market. You may also find a market in Stueng Treng centre, which is a bustling place, selling goods from Laos, Vietnam and, of course, Cambodia. There is also a small night market that sets up on the southwest side of the market, and there are also small drink and food market shops near the Preap Son Guesthouse on the opposite side of the market. To take something special from this province along, buy some precious handmade weavery.

Economy - Stung Treng

Stung Treng's economy is based on fishing and silk weaving. However there is also some agricultural farming what is the smallest economical source of the province.

Hopefully the ministry of tourism can manage its newly created development plan.
The last river dolphins (Irrawaddy) in the Mekong River are at the heart of an ambitious development programme to tackle poverty and attract tens of thousands of visitors to the province. The Mekong River Discovery Trail Project will draw visitors to view the endangered fresh water dolphin, which lives in 10 deep-water natural pools in a 190-km stretch of the Mekong River, mostly between the quiet provincial capitals of Kratie and Stung Treng.



Cambodia is home to some of the most significant populations of mammalian wildlife in Asia. Endangered species such as leopards, tigers, bantams, gaur, barking deer and the near-extinct Kouprey the Kingdom's national animal and the world's rarest large mammal have been sighted off the beaten path. In addition, wild elephants still roam remote pristine forests and monkeys and snakes abound in mountainous areas. While the international market for endangered species poses a great threat to the preservation of the Kingdom?s wildlife, conservationists strive to research, document and preserve them.