The bungalows are simple, but built directly over the ocean on stilts allowing for an unobstructed view of the sea.
They boast a balcony with chairs or hammocks and wind chimes made from seashells. The ensuite bathrooms have showers and clean tiled floors and generally the standard is a little higher than Sok San Bungalows
next door. The place is run by the very pleasant village chief, Mr Chruk, who can organise a boat from Sihanoukville for $20, or you can catch the local ferry for $5 which runs every second day, or the fast boat that goes to Sok San base camp -- though the schedule for this tends to be irregular.
Next to the bungalows on a pier overlooking the water is a restaurant that serves Khmer food with a good selection of the fresh catch of the day. There's power in the day but not all through the night. Along with Sok San Beach Bungalows, this is the best option in Sok San and is also one of the longer-running establishments along this stretch.
Type of room, low and high season prices
Room: Bungalow fan private bathroom, low season: US$15, high season US$15. Notes: