NATURE DISCOVERY CENTER
NOW OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 9-5
Explore a series of hands-on activities to learn about Cambodia’s unique biodiversity and how you can get involved in wildlife conservation.
Insects are an important animal class, making up nearly 90% of the world’s biodiversity. At this station you can learn about insect anatomy and ecosystem services through hand’s on challenges.
Enjoy daily shows of our Sarus Crane Film, and our Cambodian Nature Film. Or find out more about our environmental education programs for school students.
Explore our mini-nature walk and orchid garden to learn about plants, natural processes and the world of biodiversity hidden in our own backyards.
At this interactive touch-screen station put your scientific skills to practice. Explore a range of model skulls and real samples gathered from nature. After exploring animal anatomy take part in a wildlife science challenge.
This station is all about palaeontology, and aims to help inspire a love of the natural world among future scientists. Learn about fossils and their importance to understanding today’s biodiversity. Dig up and assemble a mini-rex.
Cambodia is home to over 600 bird species. At this station you will learn about bird adaptations, Cambodian bird diversity, and local conservation efforts. Life size bird models showcase some of Cambodia’s most iconic species. See if you can identify them all.
Build your understanding of the threats to Cambodia’s biodiversity and what some of the solutions are. Learn about wildlife conservation in Cambodia and actions that can reduce your impact on nature.
The best way to get here is by bike or tuk-tuk, or walking. We also recommend PassApp or Grab for easy and travel around town. Using Google Maps, Grab, or PassApp, simply search for Fauna in Focus or The Nature Discovery Center.
You can also use this link: https://goo.gl/maps/uCesHe7Gywz.
Fauna in Focus - Cambodia is a local non-profit NGO. 100% of your entrance donation or program fees support free admission for Khmer visitors and supports our non-profit nature discovery, education and media programs for local schools and community groups at the center and across the country. Your entrance donation and our Wildlife Champion Sponsorship programs help us promote wildlife conservation to thousands every year, helping to build a new generation of conservation leaders and inspiring a love of nature across the country.
The center is open for walk-ins during open hours, however we appreciate bookings to help us plan our scheduling. Please be sure to checkout the schedule for our Wildlife Cinema screenings if you would like to plan your trip around a showtime.
You can also call us to schedule you visit, program or VIP Guided Tour at: