Koh Por Waterfall falls from a rocky shelf into a jungle gorge. This is one of the many waterfalls and rapids in the region. During the summer season, many of the falls are nothing but a trickle, so it is best to visit during the rainy months. During summer, you can even climb over the large boulders.
Once of the most spectacular waterfalls in Cambodia is Stung Phong Roul Waterfall. There are good swimming holes here during the wet season. The waterfall stands almost 33 feet high. This is an ideal place for a picnic.
Tatai Waterfall is east of Krong Koh Kong. This fall is a thundering set of rapids during the wet season, falling over a 13 foot rock shelf. When the water level is low during the dry season, you can walk across the ledge to take a dip in the river.
Kbal Chhay Waterfall drops about 33 feet and is about 26 feet wide. During the dry season, the fall seems to split into 2 or 3 smaller ones.
There are other beautiful waterfalls in the area like Veal Achaut Waterfall one hour from Krong Koh Kong, Kbal Chhay Prek Koh Waterfall only 15 minutes from town, and Kbal Chhay E91 Waterfall near Nengkok Village.