Kompong Chhang covers the land area of 5,521 km2 with some 418,000 inhabitants. It is considered one of the provinces with fewest tourist attractions. Kompong Chhnang, as its name suggests is famous of its unique symbol of claypots (Chhnang in Khmer) largely produced by the locals and sold throughout Cambodia.
The province sometimes makes a day-trip destination to travelers due to short distance from the capital city. Surrounded by water for most of the time, the town is home to many floating villages along the river as well as some tremendously ruined temples.
Given that, a boat trip is the most convenient means to snap all those all.