Koh Kong

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 rain forest of Southeast Asia.

With the Cardamom Mountains in the north, the Damrei Mountains in the south and remote beaches dotting a rugged coastline, Koh Kong is strikingly beautiful. Travelling through the province can be difficult as unsealed roads running through the forest are often washed away and rivers must be crossed on ramshckle ferries. The small town of Koh kong, close to the Hat Lek border crossing with Thailand, is the province’s urban center – many shops accept only Thai Baht.

Koh Kong Travel


Orientation

History [[Koh Kong]] is name under Siamese administration From 1795 to 1904. During the reign of King Mongkut, the name...

How to Get There

By Road Access to [[Koh Kong]] Province when you travel from Thailand. The Border Crossing Checkpoint is at [[Koh Kong]]...

Eat & Drink

[[Koh Kong]] consists of many small restaurants and places to eat for local and international visitor. For the time being,...

Stay

Traveler to [[Koh kong]] can can have own choice of affordable price of accommodation include: Hotels: There are only five...

Shop

As like others you will visit any provincial of Cambodia, in [[Koh Kong]] you can buy most commodity at every...

Attraction

Cham Yeam Resort Located at Mondul Sey Ma District, near the Cambodia-Thailand, border 8km from Koh Kong. Cham Yeam is...