Boat trips, island tours and kayaks
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While you can while away your time laying on the beach, there are a few options for getting out onto the water.
If you're happier on top of the sea, Rising Sun guesthouse at Koh Touch beach rents out kayaks for $5 per hour. Palm Beach resort, at the north of the island, also has kayaks available for guests and visitors.
Davy, owner of the Khmer Boat, offers longtail trips and private ferry services to Koh Rong Samloem. Catch him at La Mami restaurant on the pier closest to the village, or hang around on the beach and wait for his boat to come in.
Frank at the Corner Bar will happily make a personalised tour for you in his speedboat to visit other beaches or see the sunset, and can arrange transfers to other islands.
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