Archive for the 'Koh Kong' Category

Dec 11 2012

Is it worth spending time in Koh Kong?

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beach at Koh Kong, Cambodia

In short, yes, yes it is. Most backpackers who don’t come to Sihanoukville from Phnom Penh come from Bangkok via Koh Kong. A bus load of them rolled up to the Apex Hotel in downtown Koh Kong just as we were getting into a tuk tuk for a look around. Already weary looking from the … read the full post

Sep 12 2011

Koh Kong in pictures

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Although it has a reputation for being a dusty frontier town, Krong Koh Kong is charming even in the rainy season, and the area just outside town is positively beautiful.

Sep 08 2011

Koh Kong’s mangrove forest

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Seven or eight kilometres outside of Koh Kong city, or Krong Koh Kong, in Cambodia is an enormous mangrove forest where visitors can observe the delicate ecosystem that locals (and probably an NGO or two) have turned into a thriving ecotourism project. Part of the nearly 25,000-hectare Peam Krasop Wildlife Sanctuary, the Boeng Kayak area … read the full post

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