The hub of ecotourism in Cambodia, the Koh Kong Conservation Corridor centres on Koh Kong Province, with its rugged coastline and expansive jungle interior.
This immense national park in Kampot Province covers an area of 1,400 km² and incorporates mountains, ruins and old French colonial settlements – making it an awe-inspiring place like nowhere else in the world
This westerly coastal province of Cambodia is all about white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and island living. With a holiday atmosphere
The southernmost province of Cambodia is home to pretty coastlines, good-looking riversides and an abundance of low-lying agricultural land producing original and world-famous foods, including Kampot pepper.
Cambodia’s smallest province in the coastal south-east of the country, Kep is a charming holiday spot known for its water-side life, seafood and coastal hiking.