Recognized as the first nature preservation in Cambodia, the Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity (ACCB) is known for its wildlife rescue, animal rehabilitation, and endangered species breeding programs.
Center visitors can tour the grounds under the direction of expert guides who are well informed about the unique challenges facing the protection of Cambodia’s wildlife. From the pileated gibbons to silvered langur, the Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity houses animals found in few other places on earth. Visitors leave impressed by the well-kept grounds, knowledgeable staff, and diversity of animals. And whether it’s combined with a trip to nearby Banteay Srei or visited as a destination all its own, this conservation center treats visitors to a one-of-a-kind experience.
ACCB is located 12 kilometers north of Banteay Srey. It is accessible only via 90-minute guided tours, which take place Monday through Saturday at 9am and 1pm. Guests are asked to pay a minimum donation of $3.