Thanks to their appearance in Pos Keng Kong (The Giant Snake; 2000), one of the most successful Cambodian films of the post-civil-war era, these cascades on the Prek Toeuk Sap River draw numerous domestic tourists. Hence all the picnicking platforms, drink stands and food stalls.
To get here from Sihanoukville, head east along NH4 for 5.5km from the Cambrew junction, then, at the sign, head north along a wide dirt road for 8km. By moto/remork a return trip costs US$7/15.
From the parking area, a rough log toll bridge (for locals/tourists 300/500r) leads to several miniature sandy coves, more lounging areas and some perilous rapids. The best spot for a safe, refreshing dip, by children as well as adults, is across another bridge, on the far bank of a cool, crystal-clear tributary of the brown-tinted main river. Not much water flows here in the dry season.