The first thing that comes to our minds when talking about Cambodia are the world-famous Angkor Temples, headed by its master piece of architectural splendor – Angkor Wat. Despite being one of the– if not THE – most important tourism attractions, its southern coast line is dotted with unknown beach assets, simply untouched in comparison to Vietnam and Thailand. There are more than sixty remote islands off the coast of Sihanoukville and Kep.
Development of this stretch of pure tourism potential was with the launch of an exclusive resort – Song Saa. A private island and the trendsetter in the area, luring new upmarket development away from its tourism-heavy neighbors, all with the focus to instill a 100% sustainability path to growth in these new concept. Not only right now worth the visit for a pure Robinson Crusoe feeling, but also what lies ahead in the not-to-far future.
Koh Rong, Koh Rong Samloem and Koh Russey (also known as Bamboo Island) are on our watch-list. Those islands currently can be reached via 30 minute up to a 1 hour boat ride, semi-untouched, and perfect for relaxing, lounging and swimming in the various shades of sparkling blue waters. If you want to be a little bit more active, the jungles on the heart of the islands offer treks and wildlife watching. The marine wildlife is also a must-see for snorkeling or diving.
Interested in these little laid-back gems?
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