Attractions

Top Choice Beach in Sihanoukville

Otres Beach

Past the southern end of Ocheuteal Beach, beyond the Phnom Som Nak Sdach (Hill of the King’s Palace) headland, lies stunning Otres Beach, a seemingly infinite strip of casuarinas that gives southern Thailand a run f…
Top Choice National Park in Kep

Kep National Park

The interior of Kep peninsula is occupied by Kep National Park, where an 8km circuit, navigable by foot and mountain bike, winds through thick forest passing by wats and viewpoints. Quirky yellow signs point the way…
Beach in Koh Rong

Long Beach

On the back (west) side of the island is Koh Rong's finest beach, a 7km stretch of drop-dead gorgeous white sand, dubbed Long Beach (also called Sok San Beach after the fishing village at its northern end). Longtail…
Beach in Koh Rong

Long Set Beach

Past the Koh Tuch Beach headland (near Treehouse Bungalows) is Long Set Beach, where you can walk at least another hour along the sand and encounter little more than hermit crabs. A clutch of small bungalow resorts …
Beach in Koh Rong Sanloem

Saracen Bay

Koh Rong Sanloem's most popular destination is Saracen Bay – a crescent-shaped 2.5km sweep of white sand on the island's east coast, lined by two dozen or so resorts backed by lush jungle. If you're not staying on t…
Beach in Koh Rong Sanloem

Lazy Beach

Koh Rong Sanloem's best strip of sand is Lazy Beach, home to the Lazy Beach Resort. Non-guests will need to buy a drink or meal at the resort restaurant to stay and admire the sand. It's an easy 25-minute stroll (fl…
Beach in Koh Rong Sanloem

Sunset Beach

This idyllic swath of sand is home to just a couple of resorts. It's a 45-minute hike (sneakers necessary) here from Saracen Bay.
Beach in Sihanoukville

Otres 2 Beach

The most southern section of Otres Beach, known as Otres 2, is the quietest strip of sand in the area.
Beach in Sihanoukville

Otres 1 Beach

Otres 1 is the first and busiest stretch of sand along Otres Beach.
Nature Reserve in Koh Kong City

Peam Krasaop Mangrove Sanctuary

Anchored to alluvial islands – some no larger than a house – this 260-sq-km sanctuary’s magnificent mangroves protect the coast from erosion, serve as a vital breeding and feeding ground for fish, shrimp and shellfi…