Kep National Park
Giant Crab Statue
Centrally located, this is the best beach in town, but it’s still somewhat pebbly and tends to fill up with locals on weekends. Back in...
Ranch de la Plantation
Horse rides available through the lower reaches of Kep National Park. Horses can be a little cantankerous so are more suited to...
Led Zep Cafe
Brise de Kep
Mixing up a good selection of French and Asian dishes, this seaview restaurant has a serious selection of seafood specials, including...
Kep National Park information
Lonely Planet review
The interior of Kep peninsula is occupied by Kep National Park, degraded in recent years by illegal logging but finally guarded by a complement of rangers. An 8km circuit around the park, navigable by foot or mountain bike, starts at the park entrance behind Veranda Natural Resort. Fuel up and grab a map of the park at the Led Zep Cafe , which is on the trail 300m into the walk. The map is also reprinted in the Coastal Kep and Kampot guide.
Led Zep Cafe has also created quirky yellow signs that point the way from the main trail to walking paths leading into the interior of the park. One such path, dubbed Stairway to Heaven, starts directly behind the Beach House guesthouse overlooking Kep Beach. It leads 800m up the hill to a pagoda, a nunnery and – 400m further on – Sunset Rock, with superb views.