Off the south coast of Cambodia are sandy beatitudes waiting for travelers. No matter what you want from being glued to a hammock upon an isolated shore to fancy supine days recovering from all-night fumes, Cambodia offers an island for you. Tours Indochina Cambodia
Koh Rong Sanloem: hip romantic getaway
The wide sweep of sheltered Saracen Bay on Koh Rong Sanloem may be the perfect beach descant. More than ten small-scale bungalow resorts which are built of wood and palm thatch, lie in mellowness with the dense jungle that encompasses the shore. The bungalows of Secret Paradise gush a fluid beach-casual enticement, the Intimate Cita Resort contains of two-tiered bungalows with open-air bathrooms and hammock porches.
For a more solitary hideaway feel, head to west to reach the sand-between-your-toes living of this island. Lazy Beach, the oldest resort of Koh Rong Sanloem is a hideaway where you can enjoy all hammock-swinging and sunset cocktails.
Koh Ta Kiev: back to basics
Tired of hearing older travelers talk about the splendid ancient days of the rural island living in the Southeast Asia? Put Koh Ta Kiev where you can grab that experience yourself on your top list. Only a handful of budget resorts stand contemporarily on the west and southwest shorelines, with chances to sleep in hammocks or under pavilions, as well as canopy and basic hut selections. Two of the best for real back-to-basics communal beach-bum life are Ten 103 and The Last Point. Travel to Cambodia
With a road sliced through the lush jungle interior to service a planned grandeur resort on the north shore, the fingerprints of rapid development are gradually appearing here. For the time being they seem to have put actual construction on the backburner. However, if you want to try an old-school-style sandy heaven, it is better to get here sooner rather than later.
Koh Thmei: nature-lover simplicity
If the superabundance of bungalow supplements on other islands is making a decision-causing crisis, why not bound the search to an island where there is no choice. Rampart with mangrove forests, the almost deserted island of Koh Thmei located off the Ream National Park, with just cordial, ecologically minded Koh Thmei Resort honoring the shore. This is an astral island option for nature engagements – the beach is disordered with exotic shells. The jungle interior is home to more than a hundred species of birds with only one offshore coral reef for snorkeling.
Koh Totang: eco-chic isolation
Wink and you should not miss Koh Totang, in the Koh Sdach Archipelago, is outcast cool with serious eco certificates. Nomads Land, the solo resort of the island, sits in gorgeous isolation upon the shore and flies the flag for sustainable elegance. The five peculiar and colorful bungalows are dreams of a bohemian beachcomber, strung with hammocks and various cozy deck corners for relaxing though electricity, drinking water coming from stored rainwater, and composting toilets and bucket showers in bathrooms are provided by solar power. Nomads Land proves that you do not have to devote style to live life off the trellis.