Photo: Just another beach on Koh Rong.

Things to see and do

Snorkelling and diving

Koh Rong offers plenty of diving and snorkelling opportunities around its lovely bays and beaches. From its place on the central pier on Koh Touch, Koh Rong Dive Centre offers daily scuba diving trips around the island’s waters. Courses include PADI diver training, kids’ programmes and reef checks. Two fun dives cost $80, a PADI open water is $380 over three days or $430 over four days, and ... Read more about Snorkelling and diving .

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Walking and trekking

Koh Rong is a big island -- at 78 square kilometres, it’s much bigger than it looks on a map -- and as such, there’s lots of trekking to be had, though it can get a bit treacherous. We found a clear route that linked Koh Touch with Sok San Beach (aka Seven-Kilometre Beach). The path is reasonably clearly marked, difficult in places, but lovely, and should take about 45 minutes. Do however ... Read more about Walking and trekking .

Boat trips

Getting on the water is easy here, with dozens of boat trips offered by operators, particularly along the strip at Koh Touch. Various guesthouses, such as Three Brothers, have their own boats, and run regular day tours when they have enough demand. They all seem to offer similar things: a journey up the coast, the chance to go fishing, snorkelling, swimming, cook up a barbecue, enjoy a beer ... Read more about Boat trips .

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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Koh Rong? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Cambodia.

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