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Phum Cham Yeam,
Khum Paklong, Srok Mondoul Seyma, Koh Kong, Cambodia
Rate from: 47 US$/Night
Koh Andet Island, Tatai Village,, Koh Kong, Cambodia
Rate from: 97 US$/Night
Sangkat Steng Veng
Kemrak Phumen City, Koh Kong, Koh Kong, Cambodia
Rate from: 52 US$/Night
Prek Koh Por,
(south of Koh Kong bridge, 200 meters on the left)
Koh Kong, Cambodia, Koh Kong, Cambodia
Rate from: 37 US$/Night
, Koh Kong, Cambodia
Rate from: 37 US$/Night
Koh Kong is the most southwestern province of Cambodia. It is one of the biggest provinces in the whole country with a long undeveloped coastline and a mountainous, forested and largely inaccessible interior, which embraces part of the Cardamom Mountains, the biggest coherent rainforest of Southeast Asia. Its tourist attractions include abundant wildlife; big waterfalls and casinos on the border to Thailand, while an Export Processing Zone and new port facilities are being developed for international trade.
The province is an increasingly popular gateway to Cambodia from Hat Lek in southern Thailand, in part of the reasonably direct access to the port and beach resort town of Sihanoukville. While this was previously a gruelling journey by boat and pickup on rough bumpy roads using small ferries at river crossings, the donation by the Thai government of new road infrastructure is improving access greatly.
The name means " Krong Island Province". Its capital is Krong Koh Kong, which is located in the West of the province right next to the Thai border. The city is surrounded with a large forested area connected to the mainland by bridges and ferries. It's generally a quiet town, but there are many reasons to stay in Koh Kong for more than one night such as the nearby islands, rivers, tours into the nature and the buzzing nightlife.
The people of Koh Kong speak mainly Khmer, and most speak some Thai as well. You can also find many Chinese and Vietnamese speakers as well as a lot of broken English. Your stay here will be economical as lodging, food and transportation is relatively cheap here. Please make this place a stop on your travels through S.E. Asia and you won't be disappointed.