Attraction

Bokor Hill Station Is a mountain top collection of buildings (hotel, casino, church, royal residence, etc.), constructed by French authorities in the early 1920s as a compliment to the already popular Kep resort area. In the 1990s a travel author referred to Bokor as ‘the eeriest place in the world’, and it lives up to that reputation. In its time, Bokor was an elegant getaway for French officials and foreign visitors to old Indochina. But years of neglect have left ghostly ruins - vestiges of ...
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Shop

As you will visit any provincial of Cambodia, you can buy most commodity at every market located near center of town, even though small towns like Samraong District have at least one market for shopping.You may also find a market in Samraong centre, which is a busy areas with local shops dealing the local daily consumer products, like fish, pork, beef,  fruits, vegetables, meats, packed products and grocery items for your personal cooking or take away. Most of the food and drink shops is loc...
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Stay

Bokor Mountain Lodge This hotel is a classic French Colonial building located directly on the river front road. You can enjoy fantastic sunsets from here. Equipped with clean air-conditioned rooms with en-suite bathrooms, some of which have river views. Including a popular restaurant and bar on the ground floor. Wifi internet is available. Prices: $15 - $36. For Reservation: Tel: 033-932314 Hang Guesthouse This guesthouse is located on the riverside and also includes a restaurant with a beaut...
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Eat & Drink

Little Garden Bar This Restaurant has an open-air garden style and is situated on the riverfront one block north of the bridge. You’ll find a good selection of western and Khmer food. There are lots of sandwiches and daily specials on the board. Try the popular Pork Volcano; check out our daily specials from prime Australian rib eye filet to roast Lamb with mint sauce. We also have a number of vegetarian dishes as well as nice fish dishes. It's a perfect spot to enjoy the sunset whilst sipping ...
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How to Get There

By Road [[Kampot]] may easily be approached directly from [[Phnom Penh]], [[Sihanoukville]] and also from Vietnam via the Prek Chak (‘Ha Tien’) and Phnom Den international border crossings.Bus:To/From Phnom Penh: Via paved and in comparative good condition National Highway No 3 from [[Phnom Penh to [[Kampot]]. This road is more recommendable than the alternative National Highway No 2 to leading to National Highway No 3 via Takeo province. The buses to [[Kampot]] departure each day at...
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