Attraction

The [[Kep]] Peninsula enters southwest to the Kep Bay in a triangle. A tiny archipelago of 13 islands (Koh) and islets are located at the east side of the peninsula:Koh Tonsay (កោះទន្សាយ, 'Rabbit Island') Koh Kok. Koh Matay. Koh Svay (កោះស្វាយ, 'Mango Island') Koh Kbal (កោះក្បាល, 'Head Island') Koh Hal Trey.(កោះហាលត្រី) Koh Svay Prey (កោះស្វាយព្រៃ) Koh Sarang(កោះសារ៉ាង) Koh Pou (កោះពោធិ, 'Enlightening Island') Koh Makprang. (កោះម៉ាកប្រាង) Koh Angrong (កោះអង្គ្...
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Shop

In [[Kep]], If you would like to shop some food, especially seafood you should head for the daily market next to the water's edge. This is currently the only place you can find the basic needs for you household. Local shops deal the local daily consumer products, like fish, fruits, vegetables, meats and some packed products. If you need something special, e.g. medicine you'll have to go to Kampot. To take something special from this place along, buy the famous pepper.
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Stay

Veranda Bungalows and Resort: (tel: 012/888619) A quite hidden place with fan and air-con bungalows set back on the hill. En suite bathrooms with hot water and 24 hour electricity. Restaurant and full bar on a terrace with comfortable seating and a spectacular sunset view of the see. Prices: from $20 to $60. Le Bout du Monde: (tel: 011/996980) Set back on a smaller mountain with a nice view of the ocean and sunsets, this atmospheric place offers a traditional Khmer wooden house with rooms equ...
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Eat & Drink

[[Kep]] has become the most popular tourist activity is having a fresh seafood picnic on the waterfront. The road opposite [[Kep]] Beach is lined with picnic platforms. Just rent a mat or find an empty platform and the vendors will present you fresh, sometimes still alive crabs, prawns, squid and fish from which you can choose. Be clear about how much food you want and the cost before they begin to prepare your meal. All of the other restaurants/bars in [[Kep]] are connected to the guesthouses. ...
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How to Get There

By Road BusTo/From Phnom Penh: Via paved and in comparative good condition National Highway No 3 from [[Phnom Penh]] to [[Kampot]] and from there additional 25km to [[Kep]]. This road is more recommendable than the alternative National Highway No 2 leading to National Highway No 3 via [[Takeo]] province. The buses to [[Kampot]] departure each day at 7:30am and midday around 1:15pm from the central bus station near the central market (Sorya Bus Company; No 168). You may also take a bus dir...
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Orientation

History The French established [[Kep]] City during the colonial time in 1908. Today Kep is mainly popular to the domestic tourists, who choose [[Kep]] as their holiday destination. What's more, Kep offers great seafood and magnificent views of the mountains and the beaches. Taking a boat to the nearby islands is also a breathtaking experience. Another itinerary, which must not be missed, is an excursion to the serene waterfalls of 'Tuk Chhou" situated about 10 km from [[Kampot]]. [[Kep]] City i...
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Kep

Kep, Cambodia
[[Kep]] City is a municipality in Cambodia with the status of a province. [[Kep]] is just a few kilometres from the border with Vietnam located and used to be Cambodia's most popular beach town but has fallen on hard times in recent years (especially due to the Khmer Rouge). Many of Kep's, mostly French villas are abandoned, but some of the town's former splendour is still apparent. The see is lined with huge sidewalks and some large statues that now seem largely out of place. The king built a p...
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