Things to see and do
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 snorkel, mask and fins for $5 from the Dive Shop. They're also willing to take you along on their diving boat and feed ... read more
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 packages.. Fun dives are $45 or two for $65. They also offer PADI scuba diver ... read more
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 beach on the other side of the island near Broken Heart Guest House, where there's good sunning and snorkelling. ... read more
Adventurous souls can hire mountain bikes or motorbikes to explore the island, but we only recommend this for those with experience. The road is generally deserted, there are big rocks and very skiddable loose stones, and there will not be someone immediately to hand if you come off. Quality ... read more
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 ... read more
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