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A/c Car Toyota + English speaking driver $ 450USD1-4

A/c Mini Van + English speaking driver $ 460 USD5-14

                                        Trip From Phnom Penh - Koh Kong

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Phnom Penh - Koh Kong: Back to Phnom Penh

Type Of Vehicles PricePaxOther sites extra
A/c Car Toyota + English speaking driver $ 450USD1-4
A/c Mini Van + English speaking driver $ 460 USD5-14

What are include?

- Transport used: Car/Van + English Speaking Driver

- Cool Towels + Cold Drinking Waters

What are exclude?
- Acommodation
- Meals and drinks
- Entrance fees
- English Speaking tour guide

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Koh Kong
(Khmer: ខេត្តកោះកុង IPA: [kɑh koŋ]) is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. The name means "Kŏng Island Province". Its capital is Koh Kong.
The most south-western province of Cambodia, Koh Kong has a long undeveloped coastline and a mountainous, forested and largely inaccessible interior which embraces part of the Cardamom Mountains and a section of Kirirom National Park. Its tourist attractions include casinos and waterfalls, while an Export Processing Zone and new port facilities are being developed for trade.

After Cambodia’s liberation from the Khmer Rouge in 1979, Koh Kong was still quite unpopulated. After national government policy encouraged people to live in Koh Kong, there has been a net influx of people. It is estimated that the average annual growth rate in Koh Kong is 16 per cent, which has put pressure on the mangrove resources in the province. Koh Kong's towns have developed rapidly partially in response to market pressures from Thailand and because of in-migration from other parts of Cambodia

The province is an increasingly popular gateway to Cambodia from Hat Lek in eastern Thailand, in part due to the reasonably direct access to the port and beach resort town of Sihanoukville. The border is located at Cham Yeam, about 14km from Koh Kong.

Traveling to Koh Kong has become an enjoyable journey, where bridges were built, the first stage in 2002. A landmark of Koh Kong was made possible by L.Y.P. Group, the longest ever built bridge in Cambodia where you would want to experience the 1,900-meter crossing the sea connecting provincial town of Koh Kong to Koh Kong Resort and the international check point. In 2007 a new sealed road (National Route 48) was completed from the town to Sre Ambel on the Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville highway, including the 4 remaining river crossings where bridges were opened in May 2008 which are donations by the Thai government to Cambodia.

Sner Beach is a frequently visited tourist attraction in Koh Kong. Visitors from different corners of the world prefer Sner Beach as it boasts a stunning coastline.

You can either hire a car or drive down in your own to the Sner Beach which is located at a distance of about 17 kilometers from the heart of the provincial town of Koh Kong. You will come across the Sner Beach in the Dong Tung commune of the Smachmeanchery District of the province of Koh Kong. The natural beauty of the beach and its adjoining areas which lie tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the cities is going to compel the tourists to come back here time and again.

The Kbal Chhay Prek Koh Waterfalls offer spectacular views and an escape to serenity. The falls are situated in the Neng Kok Village of the Bakclong Commune in the Mundol Seyma District of the province of Koh Kong. The Kbal Chhay Prek Koh Waterfall is about 22 km from the heart of he province of Koh Kong. The Kbal Chhay Prek Koh Waterfall is home to nature and wildlife reserves where the travelers mightsee some of the rare species of flora and fauna. The spot is also perfect for family picnics.

At Lam Da Beach, you can spend some time amidst sea, sand and serenity. The long stretch of golden beach shining in the warm rays of the sun makes it a favorite tourist spot for young and old alike. It takes around one hour and forty-five minutes to get to Lam Da Beach, which is ideally situated about twenty kilometers away from the provincial town. Kids as well as all adults will enjoy the calm waters of the sea and the picturesque surroundings.

The Khun Chhalgn Khun Phen Resort is situated at a strategic point in front of the provincial town of Koh Kong. The Khun Chhalgn Khun Phen Resort, Koh Kong consists of a stupa which is located on a huge rock placed at the middle of the vast expanse of the blue sea. This is one of the major meeting places of the local people during the festive days. International travelers coming also come here visit the Khun Chhalgn Khun Phen Resort in Koh Kong during the days of the traditional festival and to get insight into the rich cultural heritage of the Cambodia.

Known as the “largest island in Cambodia”, Koh Mool is only a short trip from the charming town of Koh Kong. Apart from the lovely retreats one can find stunning cascading waterfalls. Travelers can also visit a number of small springs, and engage in dolphin watching. Young children will enjoy the dolphin show that is organized by the Koh Mool Resort (Kor Kong Krau). A walk on the beach in the moonlight is also an experience you will never forget.


The scenic beauty of the Tatay Waterfalls draws many travelers to Koh Kong. Here, visitors may climb up to the individual small falls and take a refreshing dip in the crystal clear waters. Aside from swimming, one may also pack a lunch and picnic on the big rocks surrounding the falls. A beautiful, serene escape, the Tatay Waterfalls are not to be missed.

Travelers can arrange for boat rides or kayaks to paddle out to the falls. A ride back from the falls during sunset is especially captivating.