Kampong Cham is on the Mekong River. It’s a lovely little town, at least by the waterfront. There are nice hotels, deluxe room $25 and on down to $5 a night. Good restaurants. The best on we found is a training restaurant for young people run by Buddhist monks. They have great food and great prices. I vote them best Omelet in Cambodia. There is the famous bamboo bridge that was scary to say the least. We drove our moto over it and it was like driving on the top of a mattress or a hammock. It is half a mile long and can support cars. Motos however make it tip slightly and I found it challenging. There is also a temple that is much like those at Ankor Watt but no crowds. We were the only people there. Surprisingly there is an American Airfield crumbling outside of town. But the U.S. was never officially in Cambodia. Humm….