This Buddhist temple sits at the foot of Phnom Kompong Trach, a dramatic karst formation riddled with more than 100 caverns and passageways. From the wat, an underground passage leads to a fishbowl-like formation, s…
By far the friendliest pepper farm to visit, Sothy's has a shop and offers short tours that explain the history and process behind the Kampot pepper industry. It's about 17km northeast of central Kep.
This small and beautifully kept flower-filled garden is home to myriad butterflies. You can cycle or motorbike here or hike here from the Kep National Park trail by taking the off-shooting 'Connection Path' track.
The main entrance into Kep National Park is behind Veranda Natural Resort.
This 'beach' has dining platforms and food shacks, but not really any sand as such. It begins a few hundred metres southeast of Kep Beach, just past the town's famous giant crab statue.
Sitting atop a hill overlooking Kep, this tranquil wat has gorgeous views over the coast. You can take the off-shooting 'Samathi Path' from Kep National Park's main trail to get here.
This very modest Buddhist temple sits at the beginning of a trailhead into Kep National Park that leads past some small pagodas, a nunnery and onto the sunset rock viewpoint.