Wha is Angkor Centre For Conservation Biodiversity?

Angkor Centre For Conservation Biodiversity (ACCB) is a wildlife rescue and nature conservation center. This is mean that every animal in ACCB care is indigenous to Cambodia and has been rescued from the illegal trade in wildlife.

Recently, to help the project of wildlife in Siem Reap, Cambodia, ACCB is conducting work in its main four area such as Wildlife REscure rehabilitation and release, Conservation breeding, Environmental education, and Conservation research.

How to visit ACCB?

Angkor Centre For Conservation Biodiversity (ACCB) is located near the historical Kbal Spean site which closely to Phnom Kulen National Park. Come to visit ACCB to learn about the animals that ACCB is taking care for and the conservation efforts. ACCB is open to welcome guest from Monday to Saturday at 9:00AM and 1:00PM for the minimum donation from 3:00$ per person.

ACCB offers a broad range of inquiry-based lectures and the hands-on lesson for all age group in both Khmer and English. The programs include biodiversity, responsible tourism, Cambodian ecosystems and more.

Moreover, ACCB conducts local education program in the community surrounding Phnom Kulen National Park. Following the education, ACCB conducting eco-clubs with primary schools and hold community nights show in more than 10 villages, provide training and workshop.