Savour Cambodia's best seafood in a relaxing vibe

In contrast to the popular and bustling beachfronts in Sihanoukville, Kep enjoys the vibe of a smaller, more low-key beach town. A former seaside retreat for the French and Cambodian elite in the 1960’s, Kep nowadays is best loved for its cosy oceanfront seafood shacks.

Nearby attractions include Rabbit Island with its pristine beaches, the quaint French colonial-style town of Kampot, and Bokor Hill Station, a former retreat for French officials and foreign visitors.

WHY WE THINK YOU’LL LOVE IT

  • A laid-back alternative to the bustling beach scene in Sihanoukville
  • Kep is known for its seafood, particularly it's crab!
  • Lush countryside with trekking activities at Kep's National Park
Within Easy Reach Of...
Kampot 20min drive
Sihanoukville 2hr drive
Phnom Penh 3hr drive
Travel Tips
  • Try Kep’s signature crab with Kampot pepper dish at the lively Crab Market
  • Cycle or trek through the surrounding countryside and national park
  • Take a 30min boat trip to the sparsely inhabited Rabbit Island and snorkel in the clear aquamarine sea

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