If you are looking for a holiday experience away from the backpackers of Sihanoukville or the beach bums of Koh Rong experience, look no further than Kep, just outside of Kampot. A sleepy beach town that was formally the summer vacation resort area of the French aristocrats that lived in Cambodia prior to the Khmer Rouge, Kep is upcoming and undergoing a massive expansion of resorts and boutique hotels being built between the mountains and the ocean. (more…)
Cambodia is such a diverse country that there is something for everyone to they enjoy their holiday. Unlike Thailand, its neighbour to the west, Cambodia is known more for its heritage temples (such as the spectacular Angkor Wat) than for its beaches.
However, with around 443km of coastline along the Gulf of Thailand and over 50 islands in its territorial waters, Cambodian beaches are some of the best you will find anywhere in the world. Here are the top five best beaches in Cambodia!
This write up describes the quickest way to travel from Siem Reap to Kampot and Siem Reap to Kep by bus.
The majority of tourists who enter Cambodia by air fly into the Kingdom’s busiest airport in Siem Reap. They do this in order to see Angkor Wat – one of the architectural and religious wonders of the world. After that, most of them will make their way down to the South of the country to Kampot, Kep or Sihanoukville for some rest and relaxation after the heat of Siem Reap.
Kep city is a small capital town of Kep province. The town is a small seaside resort and is filled with ruined shells of history; old villas that were destroyed during wartime can be still seen. The town is is famous among beach lovers, because of its white sandy beaches and proximity to Koh Read more…