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Bokor Resort is located at 42 Kilometer distance from the provincial town of Kam pot, and was found by a French people in 1922 during the reign of the King, Sisovath brfore, bokokr was a leisure place for French colonists who need to exchange atmosphere from the plain area to the mountainous area at seaside.
Kampong Trach Resort is the rocky mountain having caves and natural wells where arranged and worshipped by the tradition of Cambodia, China and Vietnam. The resort locates at Dam Nak Kan Tuot Khnag Tbong Commune, Kampong Trach District in 38 kilometer distance, Est of Kampot town by
Veal Lumher, Kep City – Kep Province Veal Lumher is a lovely little site tucked away in Kep Village of Kep Commune. Veal Lumher refers to the Koh Puor or the Puor Island. It has become as one of the most favorite destinations for the tourists who are looking for spending a few days far away from the crowds of more ‘touristy’ places. Arriving here is easy
The Teuk Chhou Zoo is a private zoo in Kep. It is located 2.5 km away from the provincial town. The zoo is located in Thmei Village in the Prey Thom Commune, and is home to a variety of animal and plant species.
The Teuk Chhou Zoo features different animals including tigers, elephants, monkeys of different species, snakes, deer,
Salt Manufacturing is well known in Cambodia and can be fpound in the seaside province call Kampot or Kep City. The product assured for the local consumption and exportation to other countries.
Phnom Sar Sear is a nature and cultural site located about 14 Kilometers southwest of Kep city. this mountain is called Phnom Sar Sear because, according to Khmer legend mentioned above, when Prince Sakor Reach led the troops to this place, he got off his horse and moved furtively2 ahead of his pursuers along the mountainside,
Koh Tonsay is located about 4.5 Kilometers southwest of Kep. Tourists are drawn to the two beautiful white sand beaches. The sea here is shallow and has a long slope, making Koh Tonsay excellent for swimming. At the sea bottom area a variety of corals, sea animals and plants which attract researchers and ecologists.