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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.
|Phnom Penh||3hr drive|
The iconic crab statue advertises Kep's delicious crabs which attract visitors from near and far
A quiet fishing village typifies the laid-back way of life in Kep
Kep National Park is a great place for exploring nature and indigenuous wildlife