Category Archives: Attraction in Sihanouk

Cambodia Cardamom Mountains


Cambodia Cardamom Mountains Named after the spice that still grows on its slopes, the Cardamom Mountains region in southwest Cambodia is the last true wilderness remaining in mainland Southeast Asia. The region is the focus of conservation efforts by the GMS Biodiversity Conservation Corridors Initiative.

Independence Beach in Sihanouk Ville


Independence Beach Beach in Sihanouk Ville gets its name from the the 7-storey The Independence Boutique Resort and Spa (formerly the Independence Hotel) sitting atop the rocky point at the north end of the beach. Generally called ‘Independence Beach,’ many of the locals also refer to this beach as ‘otel bram-pul chann

The Cambodia Beaches


The Cambodia Beaches

Serendipity Beach- Guesthouses and bar/restaurants right on the beach, open until the early hours. This beach seems to be the most popular and typically has the greatest number of people on the beach. Serendipity Beach is connected to Ochheuteal beach.

Sihanouk Ville Island


There are more than a dozen Sihanouk Ville Island off the coast of Sihanoukville for tourists to hop around. Most of them are yet to be developed for an overnight stay with the exception of Bamboo Island or Koh Russei in Khmer. Many guesthouses, restaurants and cafes on Ochheuteal and Serendipity

Ream National Park


Ream National Park Just 18km east of Sihanoukville, Ream National Park – also known as Preah Sihanouk National Park – comprises 150 sq km of primary forests (mostly lowland evergreen forest and mangrove swamps) and 60 sq km of marine habitats. It’s home to breeding populations of a

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