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…
One of the friendliest pepper farms 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. There's also …
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.
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 oversized statue of a crab, sitting just offshore, proudly shows off what Kep is most famed for.
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.