Things to see and do
Snorkelling on Koh Rong is excellent, which is a good thing considering how little else there is to do on the island. You can rent gear at most guesthouses. Monkey Island and Bamboo Guesthouse have the least expensive equipment at $2.50 for a snorkel and mask. If you want fins, you can rent a ... read more
While snorkelling on Koh Rong is good enough to keep you busy, diving is also available. The Dive Shop offers diving and diving courses. If you are diving with them, you can stay in their 14-bed dorm on the pier. It's a bit claustrophobic but is certainly handy and included in the price of PADI ... read more
Koh Rong is a big island — much bigger than it looks on a map — and as such, there's lots of trekking to be had. Gil the Walking Man of Koh Rong has gone off to walk in Africa, but left behind a marked trail which heads through the jungle from Koh Touch village on the southwestern side to 7km ... read more
A by-product of the threatened development of the island is a very rough and rocky road which connects Koh Touch village with the Sangkat village and 7km beach. Adventurous souls can hire mountain bikes or motorbikes to explore the island, but we only recommend this for those with experience. The ... read more
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 ... read more
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