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Super fresh hand-pulled Chinese noodles and 100% home-made dumplings. Aromatic noodle soup, dumpling soup, fried noodles, Peking Duck, steamed/deep-fried dumplings...
Everything 100% freshly prepared from scratch while you watch.
Vegetarian options available. Food from $2.
Open 10.30am - 9pm
Located at Kampot Riverfront, betweeen Old Market and Old Bridge.
Call 010249411 for delivery and take-away
Centrally located on Serendipity Beach. We have 5 detached bungalows with uninterrupted ocean views. Bungalows with hot shower, fridge, a/c, mosquito net and wifi. Also with comfortable balcony for some chilled out times. Enjoy yourself at our bar on the sea with cool music, comfy chairs, ice-cold beer, tea/coffee and our renowned cocktails. 5pm-8pm all cocktails $2.50 and draught beer $0.75.
Newly opened bar/rhumerie/restaurant at South side of Old Market. Great selection of home-infused rums. Restaurant serves up delicious Mediterranean pasta and salads with seafood focus..
Flight Specialists & Travel Arrangers since 2003. Buses; Taxis; Boat Trips; Island Bungalow Bookings. Vietnam; Thai; Laos & China visa services. Up-to-date, honest travel info. Next to Top Cat Cinema.
The Anlong Pring (not ‘’Anlong Prayng’’, this is a better-known district in Kampong Trach but no Crane birds here) bird sanctuary is located in Kampong Trach district, Kampot province.
This sanctuary is an official IBA (Important Bird Area), along with over 12,000 IBA’s in 200 countries. Birdlife International (www.birdlife.org) is the driving force behind this program. Anlong Pring’s IBA is Cambodia’s 2nd Sarus Crane reserve since 6 January 2011. The 1st reserve was established in Takeo province in 2007.
The Anlong Pring reserve covers 217ha of seasonally inundated grassland. In March 2010, the site held nearly 300 Sarus Cranes, more than 30% of the global population! Still, they can be difficult to spot for visitors.
The Cranes usually arrive around mid-November, to use the wetlands as a feeding ground, and remain until early May when they begin their migration to the wetlands in the northern and eastern plains of Cambodia where they breed. The Sarus Crane (subspecies sharpii) is a large crane found in parts of the Indian Subcontinent, Southeast Asia and Australia. The tallest of the flying birds, standing at a height of up to 1.8 m, they are conspicuous and iconic species of open wetlands. The Sarus Crane is considered globally Vulnerable.
An entrance booth is being set up to collect a fee (max$5) that will go to the preservation of the reserve and the people living in the surrounding villages.
We recommend your own transportation for this trip. Tuk tuks might take you out to Anlong Pring but be aware that it is a long trip and that this is a new destination, most drivers are still unaware of its existence / location.
If you get lost, ask local people ‘Sat Kreal’, this means ‘Crane Bird’.
From White Horse Kep, drive east on #33. After 29km, #33 takes a sharp left turn. You continue straight onto #31 (gravel road) for 700m. Turn right under an archway, drive through great countryside for 9km until you arrive at a T-crossing. Turn left here, drive past the pagoda and turn right again. Continue 3km and turn left (there is a crane bird sign board here) (if you go straight instead, you complete the loop to the Kampong Trach metal bridge after 15km). After 200m turn left again, continue 1.5km and you arrive at the makeshift Birdlife Centre watch post. The last 500m is not accessible by tuk tuk.
Every year Kep organizes its own water festival with longtail boat races on the sea. A unique event in Cambodia.
Dates are not yet confirmed for this year’s event but the festival usually takes place around the last weekend of December.
A fair is set up in front of Provincial Hall and the event attracts lots of locals and their families.
Come and have a look.
$16 - $25 - Brand New 2 story guesthouse on the hillside. Very welcoming and helpful Khmer family. We make sure your stay is pleasant and that you leave with a smile! 12 clean & spacious rooms (some have sea view) with big windows and private balcony. Fan or A/C. Private Bathroom with hot/cold water. Breakfast NOT included. Fridge. Strong Wifi. Moto, Car & Bicycle hire. Tours and Travel available.
Bungalows from $23. Atmaland Resort is a unique boutique resort in Kep, close to famous Krab Market. Atmaland means SOUL’s land. It’s a peaceful and joyful place where you can rest and rejuvenate your body and soul. Atmaland Resort offers accommodation in 8 spacious and luxurious bungalows and a penthouse suite all surrounded by tropical gardens and a large swimming pool. It has a cozy bar and vegetarian snacks, playground, panoramic sea view an mountain view. In our restaurant and bar you will experience breathtaking sunset into the ocean. Beside natural refreshing breeze and magnificent view you will be pampered with healthy and delicious vegetarian snacks, fresh exotic fruit juices and delicious ice cream. If you’re looking for something stronger than we will offer you the finest scotch whiskey CUTTY SARK or a cocktail of your choice. We also have a bike to rent and some table games in our bar. We are here to offer you unforgettable vacations that will invigorate your body and soul!
The restaurant and guesthouse, located in a beautiful French colonial house 2 minutes from the riverside and Old Market, offer a cosy and clean atmosphere. Cedric, the Swiss owner, invites you to try specialties of his country such as cheese raclette or fondue or even Röstis, but also inexpensive delicious simple foods or Asian dishes, to fine French-Mediterranean style cuisine, completed with a nice wine selection and liquors. Great breakfast sets and croissants are served too.
$25 - $48 - Large comfortable rooms in a beautifully restored French colonial house,close to the old market and riverside. Flat screen cable TV, mini fridge, fan and aircon, fast wifi. Our restaurant serves good breakfast, Swiss cheese raclette and fondue and Rösti, as well as Mediterranean to Asian specialties.
$12 - $30 - Located within short walking distance from Crab Market, Kep Beach and Kep National Park. Round bungalows & Khmer traditional houses. Restaurant serving Khmer & Western food, full bar, pool table. Free Wifi. Public laptop. TV-Hut with big screen (2.5m) for sport & movies. Great chill out spot after your day trip.
$11 - $15 – Enjoy an italian coffee and play board games in a quiet green garden. You can also sell, buy or exchange your books in our bookshop with more than 1400 books in french, english, german, dutch, italian and spanish. Our small guesthouse is located in a khmer neighborhood just 5 minutes from the river and the market (bicycles are free for our guests). Clean rooms with fan, window, private bathroom and hot shower. We serve breakfasts, sandwiches and salads from 7 am till 9 pm.
This place is a riverside paradise! Indulge in expert massage, manicures, pedicures, body scrubs, Khmer herbal steam treatments, and facials. Yoga classes, fresh juices & a light Mediterranean menu are available. The spa has an amazingly relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Bring a bikini for swimming and sunbathing and stay the whole day. Banteay Srey is a social enterprise offering training and employment to at risk girls. Women only. Closed Tuesdays.
Yoga at Banteay Srey offers daily classes for both men and women. Classes are taught by internationally certified volunteer yoga teachers in a variety of modalities The 9:30am energetic morning class is open to men. This class is guaranteed to make you hungry so plan to stay for a healthy breakfast at Deva. The evening class at 5pm is always restful and offered to women only.
Classes are held on a breezy deck overlooking the river.
Banteay Srey is a Social Enterprise providing comprehensive ongoing training and employment to Khmer women.
$12 - $20 – rooms & tapas! Newly opened, Baraca offers colonial style high-ceiling rooms in Kampot town. 3 double rooms and 1 family room, all with queen-size bed, fan, private bathroom, balcony and free drinking water. Our warmly decorated restaurant specializes in delicious tapas, made with local and imported ingredients, accompanied by a glass of sparkling cava. Also daily special main dish available. Just 20m off Kampot riverfront, St726
Avoid walking alone in isolated areas. Attacks have been reported at the South end of Ochheuteal Beach and at the rocky point connecting Sokha and Serendipity beaches. Do not bring any unnecessary valuables to the beach in order to minimize the chance of theft.
Please do NOT buy from children or adults using children to beg. This encourages children to stay on the beach and not attend school. The children might tell you that they do not have money to go to school and ask you for a donation or to pay their annual school fee. There have been reports of children and school directors working together to get several tourists paying the school fee for just 1 child. Profits of this 'scam' are apparently equally divided between child and director.
So ... think before giving money.
If you are concerned about a child, please call the 24h Child Safe Hotline (012 478 100). There are social workers who can assess the situation and find solutions.
In case of suspected sexual abuse of children, please contact APLE (Action Pour Les Enfants) at info(at)aplecambodia.org or call 023 996 351 or 012 584 194
Called China Beach by the locals because it is located inside a Chinese mega-development area (Sun & Moon Gulf). This is a very pristine small stretch of beach with gazebos and a single restaurant. Drive 23km on Nat Road 4 direction PP and turn right at Ream National Park entrance road (where Sihanoukville airport is). After taking this right turn, take the first road to the left. You will be given a free visitors pass to enter the development area. Follow the brand new road for about 8km until you arrive at China Beach.
A popular weekend hangout for Khmer families, this beach between Independence and Victory has a few beach sjacks and is quiet on weekdays. It is now also the site of the new bridge that connects up to Koh Pos (Snake Island).
This beach lays behind Sihanoukville port, along the road to Stung Hav. Hun Sen beach is more or less vacant with long stretches of empty beach. No shacks or restaurants available but there are a few structures providing shade where you could enjoy your pick-nick without ending up with beach sand in your sandwich. If you'd take a moto / tuk tuk there, ensure that the driver comes back to pick you up or waits.
This beach was cleared for development in 2008 but there is a small patch near Holiday Palace Hotel that is open to the public with a few vendors. There is a sandy area closer to the Independence Hotel, which is open to the public too. The beach is quiet, shallow and great for swimming.
Sihanoukville's most popular beach hosts a plethora of bars and restaurants offering fresh seafood, BBQ, happy hours, ... This is where the holiday crowd gathers. Some bars stay open late and have DJ's spinning fine tunes, fire jugglers and more.
Several activities are on offer such as a water fun park, jet-skis (please respect the others and stay far away from the swimming areas eventhough not demarcated!), diving, snorkeling, ...
Many hawkers on the beach will try to sell you fruits, bracelets, paintings, massage, books. The beach gets very busy during weekends and holidays. The southern end has been cleared for development and is generally quiet. At the far northern end (Serendipity beach), accommodation is available. Take care of your belongings when on the beach.
A beautiful long stretch of white sand beach with views on several islands. The first part of the beach houses many bars and guesthouses, then there is an empty stretch followed by more guesthouses at the far end of the beach.
Otres beach started to gain popularity with backpackers since 2007 and is surely worth a visit.
Less sellers and beggars than Ochheuteal here. Since May 2012 the road over Queen's Hill is closed for public so you have to drive around it now.
Located between Independence and Ochheuteal beaches, Sokha Beach is reserved for guests of the Sokha Beach Resort.
There is a small stretch open to the public where locals gather in the evenings. Non-guests of the resort can use the private beach and swimming pool for $10 for a whole day.
Located at the northern end of town, Victory Beach has a handful of businesses serving up cold drinks and meals. It is more quiet than other areas with calm, shallow waters for swimming. Some of the most beautiful sunsets can be seen from this beach.