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  • Is it worth spending time in Koh Kong?
    3.5 stars

    In short, yes, yes it is. Most backpackers who don’t come to Sihanoukville from Phnom Penh come from Bangkok via Koh Kong. ... read more

  • Koh Kong in pictures
    3.5 stars

    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. ... read more

  • Koh Kong’s mangrove forest
    3.5 stars

    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. ... read more

  • Jungle trekking and waterfalls
    3.5 stars

    There are so many trekking options around Koh Kong that we can’t list them all. Suffice it to say, there are more than a dozen waterfalls, some seasonal, in the general area – the most popular one being Tatai Waterfall, which is about 20km away on the Tatai River. There are also waterfalls ... read more

  • Mangrove Forest
    3.5 stars

    Seven or eight kilometres outside of Koh Kong city is an enormous mangrove forest where visitors can observe the delicate ecosystem that locals have turned into a thriving ecotourism project. Part of the nearly 25,000-hectare Peam Krasop Wildlife Sanctuary, the Boeng Kayak area has a ... read more

  • Ko Kong island
    4 stars

    Save a few shacks that are home to coconut farmers, Koh Kong is largely uninhabited -- leaving its white sand beaches just for you. The water at its many beaches is remarkably clear and the setting is pristine (save the general flotsam that washes up onto the beach). Around an hour by fibreglass ... read more


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