Shop

As like others you will visit any provincial of Cambodia, in [[Koh Kong]] you can buy most commodity at every market located near center of town, even though small towns. There are many daily consumer products at market for shopping. You may also find a market in 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 ...
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Stay

Traveler to [[Koh kong]] can can have own choice of affordable price of accommodation include: Hotels: There are only five hotels here and the rest are guesthouses. The guesthouses are simple and basic rooms, some have Asian style (squat) bathrooms inside the room and the average price is 5 – 8 USD for fan and 8 – 15 USD with air-con. Some guesthouses have no-bathroom rooms for 4 USD per room and night.SEE: The first time you get here, the motorcycle taxis will try to overcharge you. The r...
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Eat & Drink

[[Koh Kong]] consists of many small restaurants and places to eat for local and international visitor. For the time being, There is especially two we would recommend: Otto's Restaurant, rooms and meeting place & the Foreigner Food Restaurant (But don't order any beef meal here, only Otto's can be trusted). It seems the larger restaurants have just cookbook cutouts for their menus with no prices listed. You will be charged according to what you look like. Don’t wonder if some of the restauran...
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How to Get There

By Road Access to [[Koh Kong]] Province when you travel from Thailand. The Border Crossing Checkpoint is at [[Koh Kong]] (Cambodia) /Hat Lek (Thailand) Open from 7:00 -17:00. By Bus and Taxi It is always traveled by backpackers; there are many comfortable means of getting to Bangkok and [[Phnom Penh]] via Koh Kong.From Bangkok to Phnom Penh:1.) Take a bus to Trat Province (Thailand). 2.) Take a Songthaw to Klong Yai, takes about 2 hours 3.) Change to another Songthaw to Hat ...
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Orientation

History [[Koh Kong]] is name under Siamese administration From 1795 to 1904. During the reign of King Mongkut, the name Prachankirikhet was given to the city since the area falls in the same latitude as another city of Prachuap Khiri Khan which also had its name changed during the same year. In 1904, the region and the city of Trat was ceded to French Indochina in exchange of French troop evacuation from Chanthaburi. Yet, in 1907 Trat was returned back to Siam in exchange of the Siamese provinc...
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