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The southern part of Cambodia includes a wealth of colonial heritage, Phnom Penh with its European architecture, the chic French seaside towns along the south coast. Indochina tours Cambodia

  1. Kep

From the 1960s, Kep was Cambodia’s famous beach town. Nowadays, luxurious villas of the privileged class dotted the seaside, but remain as ruined traces of an earlier era, slowly being cleared away for new developments.

Kep, Cambodia

Kep, Cambodia – source: internet

Though probably on the cusp of significant tourism development, Kep still has a rustic feel to it – mountains, quiet beaches, crab shacks and a lot of hotels and restaurants. Kep is a destination to relax by the seaside and to visit Rabbit Island to discovery the national park.

  1. Kampot

Kampot located along the east side of the Kampong Bay River. A peace town, well-known as the starting point for tours to Bokor Mountain and its riverside scene. Kampot is an ideal escape from the larger cities and towns in Cambodia.

Kampot, Cambodia

Kampot, Cambodia – source: internet

Kampot City is an old provincial capital of quiet lanes and colonial architecture, a bit worn but showing a quaint, welcoming, small town ambiance. The province is famous for producing some of the world’s finest pepper and durian. Travel to Cambodia

  1. Sihanoukville

Built as a port city in the late 1950s, Sihanoukville has an unique look and feel than most Cambodian places.


Sihanoukvill – source: internet

Today, Sihanoukville is a beach town, catering to beach-going tourists from Phnom Penh as well as a steadily increasing number of international visitors. Still, the pace of life in Sihanoukville is very refresh and relaxed.

Sihanoukville is Cambodia’s beautiful beach town, white sand beaches, some delicious seafood, a party scene, and several tropical islands. The town sits on a peninsula jutting into the warm waters of the Gulf of Thailand.

  1. Koh Kong

Koh Kong is one of the biggest provinces in Cambodia with a long undeveloped coastline, the mountains and forests. The tourist attractions contained abundant wildlife; big waterfalls and casinos on the border to Thailand, besides an Export Processing Zone and new port facilities are being developed for global trade.

Koh Kong

Koh Kong – source: internet

  1. Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the busy capital of Cambodia. A blending of Asian exotica, the famous Cambodian hospitality awaits the tourists to the capital of the Kingdom of Cambodia.

Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh – source: internet

Phnom Penh has extensive cultural and historical attractions, for example temples, museums, the Royal Palace. Phnom Penh also features good dining facilities as well as an exciting and varied nightlife.

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