Rum Blong Terrace is the long plain and rocky terrace surrounded by the forest full of big trees and located at Ou Chum Commune, Ou Chum District, Ratanak Kiri Province. Viel Rum Blong Terrace can be accessible by the provincial road from Ban Lung town to Ou Chum District about 10-kilometer distance, then turning right at the four-conjunction road to Ta Veng District about four kilometers.
A story of Krong minority said that one upon the time, there was a boy named Rum Blong Terrace who flew a kite in this rocky terrace. The kite fell down and got stuck at the top of a tree. The boy climbed up the tree to take the kite, but unfortunately, the boy fell down from the tree and died here. The corpse of the boy was buried in the forest here. Since that time, the Kreung national who live at the nearby village believe that spirit of the boy, Rum Blong is living here for protecting the forest around the terrace. So that, they dare not to cut down the forest to plant their crops because they believe the forest belongs to the spirit. So the name of the terrace “Rum Blong” comes from the boy’s name since that time.
Visitors who visit the rocky terrace are usually packaging their food along for having the picnic here.