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Preah Sihanouk, Cambodia's only sea port is 226 km from Phnom Penh. It is both a bustling seaport and an area famous for attractive tropical beaches. Local fishermen take visitors from Preah Sihanouk, to surrounding islands where coral reefs are perfect for snorkeling, diving and fishing. The resort town was established in 1964 and its cool breezes and clear blue skies can be appreciated year round.

Places of interest

Bokor National Park
Officially known as Preach Monivong National Park, but more commonly referred to as Bokor National Park, it is one of the country’s largest national parks. The abandoned hill-station at Bokor is located atop a 1,080 meter hill in the Elephant Mountains. The Bokor palace is straight out of the film ‘The Shining’ and if you walk to the edge of what was once an outdoor terrace you will be rewarded with a magnificent view over lush jungle stretching almost to the sea. The best time of year to visit is between November and May.

Ream (Maritime) National Park
Also known as Preah Sihanouk National Park, Ream was established as a protected area in 1993 and its 21,000 hectares are home to a variety of animal and bird species. There is an expanse of mangrove swamp and forests and beneath the surface of the Gulf of Thailand, some dolphin and coral. The park accepts visitors and has boats to transport them along the river to untouched beaches. Along this estuary you may see monkey eagles and even dolphins and from the empty sands on the coast it is possible to explore some nearby creeks that disappear into the forest.

The quiet town of Kampot is located on Cambodia's southern coast, 5 km from the sea. Formerly the holiday retreat of wealthy Khmers, the tourism infrastructure in the area is being redeveloped to take advantage of the beautiful coastline. The province is renowned for its fruit orchards, especially the pungent durian fruit.

The seaside resort of Kep- Sur – Mer was founded as a colonial retreat for the French elite in 1908. The sleepy town is on a small headland and has a 6km palm-fringed road extending along the coastline.

Kep National Park
Kep National Park is the smallest of the seven National Parks of Cambodia. Overlooking the gulf of Thailand, it offers several spectacular views of the islands of Cambodia, Kompong Track limestone cliffs, Angkoul beach, Preah Sihanouk area, Bokor mountain - the mystique Casino Palace can be seen - the Vietnamese islands and Ha Tien peninsula. Trekking is most common activity which will spend approximately to 2-3 hrs walking around the mountain. In addition, guests can possibly catch a glimpse of monkeys, squirrels, birds of prey, and many beautify types of butterflies.

Koh Tonsay (Rabbit Island)
Koh Tonsay (Rabbit Island) is just a short boat ride off the coast of Kep, maybe around 25-30 minutes. There are many activities available over there including swimming, trekking which will spend around 1.5hrs walking around the island, sightseeing, snorkeling, beach football playing and testing Cambodian seafood. It has several beaches, all much nicer than those at Kep. Moreover, it is possible to stay with families on the island if arranged in advance.