Tourist Attraction

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  • Coastal Zone Khun Chhang Khun Phen
    The Khun Chhalgn Khun Phen Resort is situated at a strategic point in front of the provincial town of Koh Kong.
  • Coastal Zone Koh Sdach
    Koh Sdech is located in Kirisakor district, about 81 kilometers south of Koh Kong provincial town.
  • Coastal Zone Chhay Areng Valley
    Cheay Areng Valley, located in the Central Cardamom Protected Forest and in Thmor Bang District, has a unique biodiversity and is home to rare and endangered species, such as one of the world’s mos...
  • Coastal Zone Koh Mool Resort
    Koh Moul, the biggest island in Cambodia, is 22 kilometers long and 7 kilometers wide. The island is located in Koh Kong district, about 24 kilometers south of Koh Kong provincial town.
  • Coastal Zone Boeng Kayak Mangrove Forest
    A part of Peam Krasob Wildlife Sanctuary and less than 10 kilometers from the provincial town, Boeung Kayak Mangrove Forest is a community-managed ecotourism resort which has a kilometer-long mangr...
  • Coastal Zone Ta Tai Waterfall
    Ta Tai waterfall is a semi-natural site located in Ta Tai village, Ta Tai commune, Smach Meanchey district, about 20 kilometers east of Koh Kong provincial town along National Road 48.
  • Coastal Zone Chi Phat
    Chi Phat is located in Koh Kong province, which is in the Southwest of Cambodia.
  • Coastal Zone Koh Kong
    Koh Kong is a quaint and interesting border province that has long had reputation as a “Wild West” frontier town.
  • Coastal Zone Koh Rong Samloem
    Koh Rong Sanloem is changing fast. Photos and descriptions from two years ago will be out of date. There are two main places to stay: Saracen's bay or Mpei bay.
  • Coastal Zone Koh Rong
    Koh Rong (Koh Touch) Island is a Cambodian Island in the Gulf of Thailand, at about 40km off the coast of Sihanoukville. Actually, the island is deserted, undeveloped and untouched. It's a secret i...
  • Coastal Zone Lamherkay/Hawaii Beach
    The western beaches of Sihanoukville are together called ‘Victory Beaches’, divided by the Friendship monument in the middle.
  • Coastal Zone Independence Beach
    The Independence Beach in Sihanoukville is a calm and quiet sea side destination in the city of numerous beaches. It is just the place for you to spend some quiet moments with your loved ones while...
  • Coastal Zone Sokha Beach
    Sokha Beach is around 1.2 km (1 mi) long and located west of Serendipity Beach.
  • Coastal Zone Otres Beach
    Is the next beach south of Ochheuteal Beach and resembles Ochheuteal in many ways - a three kilometer crescent of near white sand facing the southwest.
  • Coastal Zone Ochheuteal Beach
    Known as UNTAC Beach in the early 1990s and it is now the most popular in Sihanoukville, offering the full spectrum of beach venues from upscale hotels and dining to laid-back budget beach bars and...
  • Coastal Zone Kompong Som / Sihanouk Ville
    Sihanoukville's many beaches and nearby islands make it Cambodia's premier seaside resort with steadily rising numbers of national visitors and international tourists since the late 20th century.
  • Coastal Zone Phnom Sar Sear Resort
    Phnom Sar Sear Resort is the natural and cultural resort locating at the Southeast in 14-kilometer distance from the provincial town of Kam Pot.
  • Coastal Zone Salt Manufacturing
    Salt, not pepper.  That's what Kampot is really famous for.  With the added Iodine, (or "Iod" in Khmer), hundreds of thousands of Khmer children's lives have been saved. 
  • Coastal Zone Rabbit Island, Koh Tonsay 
    Better known as Rabbit Island, Koh Tonsay is a lovely little island about 25 minutes away from Kep by hired boat, making it one of the most easily accessible of all the islands.
  • Coastal Zone Kep Beach
    Kep was Cambodia's top seaside destination until eclipsed in the 1960s by Sihanoukville (and, soon after, decades of civil war). The town is full of ruined shells of old villas, destroyed in the Kh...
  • Coastal Zone Kep Province
    Kep is a coastal province in southern Cambodia, known for its seafood and tropical islands. The relaxed provincial capital of Kep, or Krong Kaeb, has wide streets with crumbling villas that recall ...
  • Coastal Zone Prek Kampot
    Kampot’s river, which is actually an estuary, in combination with the Bokor mountains in the backdrop create the magic of Kampot town and riverfront.
  • Coastal Zone River Park Zipline – Kampot
    Kampot Zipline River Park officially opened on the 16th of March 2016, and contrary to what you may think, this action-packed experience receives most of its customers among Cambodian thrill-seekers.
  • Coastal Zone Toek Chhu Resort
    Teuk Chhu is located in Snomprampi village, Makprang commune, Kampot district, about 8 kilometers north of Kampot provincial town.
  • Coastal Zone Kompong Trach Mountain
    The town of Kampong Trach, Kampot is a small one but still offers enough attractions to the tourists.
  • Coastal Zone Bokor National Park
    Bokor National Park has the main attraction is the old French hill station at 1,080m which can be visited as a day trip from Kampot or Sihanoukville.
  • Coastal Zone Kompot Province
    This province is located in the Southwest of the country, having an eighty kilometres coastal strip with the Gulf of Thailand. The provincial capital is named Kampot and has known as the charming c...