Kep is a quiet beach town in Southern Cambodia, located on a rugged but scenic coast with a small stretch of sand enveloped by mangrove forests. The surrounding hills and the islands in the Gulf of Thailand provide for numerous fascinating day-excursions.


  • Beaches
  • Landscape


  • Beach
  • Scenic Coastline
  • Mangrove Forests
  • Hills
  • Relaxation

Places to Stay

Knai Bang Chatt

Style: Beach Resort

Serene and pure, Knai Bang Chatt is a small boutique hotel comprising 11 rooms.

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Le Ponton Hotel

Style: Beach Resort

Le Ponton hotel in Kep is located by the bustling crab market near the beach. Stay in charming private bungalows…

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Mealea Resort

Style: Boutique

Mealea Resort, located right on Kep Beach is a wonderful home away from home.

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Veranda Natural Resort

Style: Resort

Tucked in Kep National Park, Veranda Natural Resort on Kep's hillside (3hrs from Phnom Penh Intl.

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Activities in Kep

Full Day Rabbit Island or Koh Tonsay Tour

Kep is a small fishing village that, during colonial times was a retreat for the French elite living in Phnom Penh. Some of its colonial villas have recently been renovated into boutique accommodation as they once did for the visiting French colonials. Today is free at leisure to enjoy the secluded white sandy beaches at Koh Tonsai, also called, Rabbit Island, which is just a short boat transfer away from your hotel. There are also excellent short walks in the Kep area that wind through the hills with outstanding views of the Gulf of Thailand.

Full Day Ghost Town and Kampot Tour

Discover an erstwhile summer residence of French colonial settlers. Set out from you hotel in the morning and travel to the Old Hill Station in your private vehicle. Located on Bokor Mountain, this resort town was built as an escape from the bustle of Phnom Penh. Discover the history of the opulent Bokor Palace Hotel, learn about the mysterious Catholic Church, and see homes left behind by the French elite. Popularly known as ‘Ghost Town’, Bokor Hill was abandoned during the Indochina War, when the Khmer Rouge set up their stronghold within the walls of the church. Today, the town offers fascinating insights into Cambodia’s history, although it receives few visitors. In the afternoon, make your way back to Kampot where French colonial architecture and the glorious old cinema from Cambodia’s yesteryears await.
(Full Day, Private Activity & Transfer, Travel Time to Activity: 30 mins, Time of the Day: Morning, Fitness level: Moderate as it involves some walking. Please bring your hat and sunscreen.)


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