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Sleepy Koh Kong was once Cambodia's Wild West with its isolated frontier economy dominated by smuggling, prostitution and gambling. Although remnants of its less-salubrious past still cling on, today this low-slung town is striding towards respectability as ecotourists, aiming to explore the Cardamom Mountains and coastline, shoo away the sleaze.

These days motorboats from Koh Kong can whisk you to rushing waterfalls, secluded islands, sandy coves and Venice-like fishing villages on stilts. The city's still-dusty sprawl of streets sits on the banks of the Koh Poi River, which spills into the Gulf of Thailand a few kilometres south of the centre.

Best time to visit

Koh Kong has a pleasant 30˚C all year round day temperature. During the night it cools off to approximately 22˚C. The island knows two seasons: the dry season and wet season. Dry season starts from December and lasts until March. From June to September it is wet season. During April and May the climate builds up towards the wet season with high humidity and during October and November it will tail off again.

The best times to visit Koh Kong is during the dry season, from December to March. A little before and after dry season the weather is usually still fine (mid November until the beginning of May).

Check the below table for the general idea of Koh Kong weather throughout the year.

Month Avg. High (°C) Avg. Mean (°C) Avg. Low (°C)
Jan 31.9 26.7 22
Feb 31.9 27.4 23.1
Mar 32.6 28.2 24.2
Apr 33.2 28.5 24.7
May 32.8 28.4 24.7
Jun 31.7 27.8 24.5
Jul 30.8 27.2 24.1
Aug 31.1 27.3 24.3
Sep 30.9 27 24.1
Oct 31.9 27.2 23.7
Nov 32.8 27.8 23.6
Dec 32.5 27.3 22.6

Koh Kong’s current weather and 7-day forecast


It’s no wonder that the New York Times has recognized Koh Kong as an “emerging eco-tourism destination” in Asia. This pristine province is home to a treasure trove of natural beauty and outdoor adventure. Go jungle trekking, jump on a mountain bike, swim in fresh water rivers, and climb gorgeous waterfalls. In addition to adventure, Koh Kong is full of friendly communities of Cambodians who are more than happy to have you and show you what rural life is like.

Although off the beaten path, Koh Kong isn’t “out of the way”. Situated in the south west corner of Cambodia, bordering Thailand, Koh Kong is actually quite a conveniently located. After your expedition in one of the most gorgeous areas in the country, you’re just a bus ride away from Bangkok and beyond.

Let’s explore the best things to do in Koh Kong:

1. Stay at Neptune River Bungalows

Neptune Bungalows offers an unforgettable stay on the Preat River in Koh Kong.

Sleep in a windowless tree house with the river breeze and melodic sound of humming frogs lull you through the night. When you wake up, head down for breakfast over the river with fresh eggs and fruit. After breakfast, hop in a kayak and paddle on the calm waters with the afternoon sun to kiss your skin. For dinner, enjoy freshly caught fish and organic veggies by candlelight.

The only way in and out of this resort is via motorboat operated by the friendly boat captains of Neptune. Bring snacks with you or dive taste buds first into Neptune’s delicious menu and full stock of ice-cold beer.

2. Visit TaTai Waterfall

TaTai Waterfall on the Preat River is a relaxing place to spend the afternoon. Do as the locals and bring a picnic with local crab and shrimp, some organic fruit from the market, some bottles of water and a bucket of beer. Lay down a straw mat on one of the many flat platforms alongside the waterfall and go to town.

Cool off in the falls with water from the Cardamom mountains that cascades over two flat platforms. The rocks are easy to climb and the platforms are large enough to walk around and explore. You’ll find small pools of water mini waterfalls to lay in and under.

There are plenty of resorts on the river that have kayaks on hand to rent or you can book a day tour with a company in the city.

3. Go on a Jungle Trek

The Cardamom Mountains are the perfect place to go jungle trekking in Cambodia. Rithhy Koh Kong Eco Adventure Tours offers multiple trekking options that run from half-day tours to over night excursions. No matter who is in your group, whether you’re traveling with kids or Olympic rock climbers, there is definitely an expedition to fit what you’re looking for.

Almost every tour will pick you up from your hotel and transfer you to a long tail boat where you tour the unspoiled river, arriving at your hiking point in the jungle. You’ll hike through the forest where you’ll come across wildlife, swim in waterfalls, and visit Khmer (Cambodian) villages with a friendly and safety-conscious guide.

4. Go Camping on the River

Turn your jungle trek and waterfall adventure into an overnight camping excursion. You’ll explore the wilderness with a local Khmer guide who will take you on jungle hikes that span from 2 hours to 5 hours with stops for snacks, scenery, and a BBQ lunch in between. You’ll visit waterfalls, learn about the tropical forests and it’s creatures, and then set up camp overnight with breakfast in the morning.

These treks include pick up from your hotel, jungle transportation, meals, snacks, and camping gear to keep you dry and comfortable.

5. Take a Day Trip to Koh Kong Island

One of the best hidden gems in Cambodia is Koh Kong Island and its unspoiled beaches. You won’t find any accommodation or development here! Koh Kong Island is actually an official military ground therefore development is forbidden. What does this mean for you? This means that the ecosystem is preserved, the beaches are far from crowded, and the scenery is in its natural form.

Book a day trip with Koh Kong Divers Tour Centre and you’ll get to spend the day exploring white sand beaches and frolicking in crystal clear waters. There are fresh water lagoons, fishing opportunities, and fantastic snorkel spots. Day trips can be customized to suit your desires.

6. Psar Leu Food Stalls

Half the fun of traveling to new countries is trying the local cuisine. What better way to explore the food and fare of Cambodia than at a food market where you can pick and choose from a variety of different dishes on sticks, in bowls, and in your hand.

You’ll find the Psar Leu Food Stalls in the center of Koh Kong City where you can get budget bites and fresh fruit every day. The energy here is always buzzing with busy people finishing their work days with a beer and BBQ, alongside moms and dads picking up some grub to take home to their families. All in all, this is a true Khmer experience.

7. Go Fishing on the River

Koh Kong is a unique area in Cambodia. The eco system here is pure and well preserved. That means that the fresh water rivers in Koh Kong are teeming with large populations of fat fish.

Spend the day out on a boat fishing in the middle of the river surrounded by bright green jungle and nothing else. You’ll have a BBQ lunch on board while you work on your fishing skills.

If you’re new to this while fishing thing, that’s okay. Your boat captain will show you how to bait your line, how to cast, and help you reel in your catch. The captain also knows the best spots to drop your line.

Afterwards, head back on shore where you will BBQ your fresh fish and have a delicious meal served with traditional Cambodian side dishes. Or you can opt to donate your fish to Cambodian families in need.

8. Dirt Bike in the Mountains

Experienced with 250cc dirt bikes? Looking for a thrill? Try a scenic off road adventure thorough the jungles of the Cardamom Mountains. You’ll be fitted with helmets, finely tuned bikes, and a local guide who knows these trails like the back of their hand.

You’ll visit waterfalls, take in some incredible mountain views, and even stop by a local village where you can purchase homemade snacks and local beer. Lunch is also included to keep your energy going.

If you’re up for something a bit more intense, join up with Off Road Vietnam who offers a 4-day motorbike excursion from Koh Kong to Phnom Penh.

9. Explore Peam Krasaop Wildlife & Mangrove Sanctuary

Dolphins. There are dolphins in Cambodia! There is your #1 reason to visit the Peam Krasaop Wildlife and Mangrove Sanctuary in Koh Kong.

This 260-sq-km sanctuary is home to a brilliant variety of fish, birds, hermit crabs, flora, and fauna thriving in their natural habitat. You’ll also come across curious monkeys- so watch your belongings!

Wander out on the 600 meter long mangrove walk and climb the 15 meter observation tower to get a bird’s eye view of your surroundings. There are wooden paddleboats to rent at the docks for a self-guided tour.

Just about any and every tour company in Koh Kong City will be offering a day tour to this Cambodian sanctuary which you can sign up for same day! Ask about the dolphins while you’re there and the tour guides might have some suggestions on the best time to spot them.

10. Go Scuba Diving

Whether you’re an experienced diver who wants to go on some fun dives or you are new to the world of diving and want to get Open Water Certified, you can do it all in Koh Kong with Koh Kong Divers.

The PADI certified center offers all courses from refresher courses – Dive Master Training courses with small class sizes and knowledgeable instructors. There are a variety of dive sites in Koh Kong including islands, bays, and even the mangrove park filled with schools of fish, crabs, and octopi.

Better yet, snorkeling, fishing, and sunset BBQs are included on your dive tours! It’s the total package that you shouldn’t pass up.

11. Chill Out on Sner Beach

Sner Beach doesn’t see too many tourists come through. So when you show up, the local Khmer vendors and restaurant staff will be delighted to see you! Prepare yourselves for first class service where you’ll be waited on with a smile.

With beachside tables and chairs, you can sink your feet in the sand while you sip on a cool cocktail underneath a shady umbrella in between refreshing swims in the ocean. This is the life.

You’ll have your pick from freshly caught fish, squid, and crab that the local fishermen bring back daily. All seafood dishes you order from the local food stands will be incredibly fresh, totally delicious, and ridiculously cheap. Go crazy.

12. Visit Rocky Beach on Koh Kong Island

Koh Kong Island is the largest island in Cambodia, spanning 20 kilometers long and 7 kilometers wide. While there are many beaches to explore, Rocky Beach is one of the most enjoyable with plenty of activities and gorgeous scenery. If you want a quiet beach away from the crowds that still lets you get your feet wet and your skin tan, this trip is highly recommended.

This 2-kilometer beach is made up of course camel-colored sand with dark blue water- a serious contrast to many beaches you’ll find in here Cambodia. Lined with palm trees and sprinkled with large boulders in the water that are perfect for climbing, let your inner child go wild with adventure.

Tours to Rocky Beach with Koh Kong Wonders & Excursions include snorkeling, mangrove exploring, and visiting nearby local villages. It’s the perfect way to spend the day.

13. Adventure at Cardamom Mountain Resort

Outdoor enthusiasts, listen up. Staying at Cardamom Mountain Resort is a one-stop-shop for all of your adventure dreams. Situated in the jungle of Koh Kong, you can sleep in traditional Khmer bungalows with a few added luxuries under a straw roof. From the foot of your door, you have the entire gamete of nature adventures waiting for you.

Surrounded by all sorts of terrain and bodies of water, this resort offers every tour you could ever want. Go on a light jungle trek where you can swim in a waterfall, visit the national park and learn about the ecosystem, embark on a 3-day excursion in the jungle with a knowledgeable guide…there really is no limit to what you can do here.

14. Stay on a Private Island

If luxury is what you’re looking for, here it is. Song Saa Private Island is an all-inclusive experience in the heart of Koh Kong.

Wake up to views of the sun sparkling off the water in your private island villa. Each villa has its own private pool overlooking the turquoise waters with cushy lounge beds to catch the sun. Enjoy dinner with your table literally in the pool while your feet soak and the sun sets.

Outside of lounging, you can walk down a long wooden jetty and jump into the clean fresh water or take some kayaks out on the river to explore. The restaurant is incredible and the service is 5-star. This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

15. Wander Koh Yor Beach

Koh Yor Beach, located on the west side of Koh Poi River, is a lovely place to spend the afternoon wandering the shore collecting seashells and taking photos. A sleepy beach destination, Koh Yor flies under the radar and only sees a couple groups of tourists per day which is fantastic for you.

For lunch, have a seat at the popular Crab Shack that sells fresh pepper crab and soft shell crab, along with many other seafood delights.

To get there, have a tuk tuk drive you just 6 kilometers from town. On your way to Koh Yor, ask your tuk tuk driver to stop by Bak Khleng, a local fishing village full of welcoming locals, where you can pick up some snacks for the beach, contribute to the local village economy and get a glimpse into how the other half lives.

Mid-range options

Apex Koh Kong Hotel

Add: Village 3, Phum Ti Bei, Koh Kong, Cambodia 

Built in , Apex Koh Kong Hotel is a distinct addition to Koh Kong and a smart choice for travelers. The hotel is not too far from the city center: just away, and it normally takes about minutes to reach the airport. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

At Apex Koh Kong Hotel, every effort is made to make guests feel comfortable. To do so, the hotel provides the best in services and amenities. The hotel offers access to a vast array of services, including 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, room service.

In addition, all guestrooms feature a variety of comforts. Many rooms even provide television LCD/plasma screen, internet access – wireless, internet access – wireless (complimentary), air conditioning, desk to please the most discerning guest. The hotel offers many unique recreational opportunities such as massage. Enjoy unparalleled services and a truly prestigious address at the Apex Koh Kong Hotel.

Asian Koh Kong Hotel

Add: Street 1, Smachmeanchey Sangkat, Koh Kong

For travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Koh Kong, Asian Koh Kong Hotel is the perfect choice. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

Asian Koh Kong Hotel also offers many facilities to enrich your stay in Koh Kong. While lodging at this wonderful property, guests can enjoy 24-hour room service, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, room service, family room.

Experience high quality room facilities during your stay here. Some rooms include non smoking rooms, air conditioning, desk, mini bar, television, provided to help guests recharge after a long day. The hotel's recreational facilities, which include garden are designed for escape and relaxation. Superb facilities and an excellent location make the Asian Koh Kong Hotel the perfect base from which to enjoy your stay in Koh Kong.

Koh Kong Island Resort 

Add: Koh Kong Island, beach number 7, Koh Kong

Conveniently located in Koh Kong, Koh Kong Island Resort is a great base from which to explore this vibrant city. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

At Koh Kong Island Resort, the excellent service and superior facilities make for an unforgettable stay. Top features of the hotel include room service, babysitting, family room, restaurant, tours.

Hotel accommodations have been carefully appointed to the highest degree of comfort and convenience. In some of the rooms, guests can find non smoking rooms, balcony/terrace, fan, toiletries, shower. The hotel offers an excellent variety of recreational facilities, including private beach, fishing, massage, garden, water sports (non-motorized). With an ideal location and facilities to match, Koh Kong Island Resort hits the spot in many ways.

Deluxe options

4 Rivers Floating Lodge 

Add: Koh Andet Island, Tataї Village, Koh Kong

Ideally located close to the Thai border between Bangkok and Phnom Penh, 4 Rivers Floating Lodge is situated in Tatai and is reachable via Koh Chang. A beautiful and eco-friendly area, they offer breathtaking views of the extravagant Cardamom Mountains. Just a 10 minutes boat ride from Tatai Village, this place is waiting to be explored. Featuring beautiful luxury tents which face the river on one side and the picturesque mountains on the other, this magnificent heaven is worth the visit. They also offer tour services, a library, and a huge collection of DVDs. Their luxurious tents feature modern amenities and a cozy interior design to allow utmost comfort. A beautiful and unique place of stay, 4 Rivers Floating Lodge is definitely worth your visit.

BelindaBeach Lovely Boutique Hotel 

Add: Kirisakor, Koh Kong

For travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of King Island (Koh Sdech), BelindaBeach Lovely Boutique Hotel is the perfect choice. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

Offering hotel guests superior services and a broad range of amenities, BelindaBeach Lovely Boutique Hotel is committed to ensuring that your stay is as comfortable as possible. This hotel offers numerous on-site facilities to satisfy even the most discerning guest.

Step into one of 5 inviting rooms and escape the stresses of the day with a wide range of amenities such as television LCD/plasma screen, internet access – wireless, non smoking rooms, air conditioning, wake-up service which can be found in some rooms. Throughout the day you can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the private beach, outdoor pool, massage, pool (kids), garden.

Koh Kong Bay Hotel

Add: On Prek Koh Por, Koh Kong

Well-positioned in Phum Ti Bei, Koh Kong Bay Hotel is the ideal point of departure for your excursions in Koh Kong. The excitement of the city center is only away. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

Offering hotel guests superior services and a broad range of amenities, Koh Kong Bay Hotel is committed to ensuring that your stay is as comfortable as possible. Top features of the hotel include free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, Wi-Fi in public areas, valet parking, car park.

19 rooms spread over 1 floors provide a warm and pleasant home away from home. Modern comforts such as television LCD/plasma screen, internet access – wireless (complimentary), air conditioning, desk, mini bar can be found in selected rooms. The hotel offers fantastic facilities, including outdoor pool, spa, massage, garden, steamroom, to help you unwind after an action-packed day in the city. With an ideal location and facilities to match, Koh Kong Bay Hotel hits the spot in many ways.

Tatai Resort and Marina 

Add: Koh Kong, Cambodia, Koh Kong

Tatai Resort and Marina, located in Anlong Vak, Tatai, is a popular choice for travelers. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

Tatai Resort and Marina offers impeccable service and all the essential amenities to invigorate travelers. This hotel offers numerous on-site facilities to satisfy even the most discerning guest.

The hotel features 52 beautifully appointed guest rooms, many of which include television LCD/plasma screen, internet access – wireless (complimentary), whirlpool bathtub, non smoking rooms, air conditioning. The complete list of recreational facilities is available at the hotel, including badminton court, boats, canoe, hiking trails, watersports equipment rentals. Tatai Resort and Marina is your one-stop destination for quality hotel accommodations in Tatai.

Koh Kong offers many small restaurants and places to eat. 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 restaurant owners are sometimes quite impolite; just pass them over if possible. The best budget meals are the stalls in and around Psar Leu.

Baan Peakmai

That's a Thai style garden restaurant, which is the most alluring one among the few remaining opportunities. They have a huge menu including more than 35 vegetarian choices and a range of fresh seafood.


Set on the breezy veranda of the guesthouse, this Western-style restaurant makes a convenient stop for a quick breakfast before taking a boat to Sihanoukville. The dinner includes Thai food, several hearty vegetarian choices and a selection of central European dishes, including for example one of the best bratwurst Cambodia has to offer.

Heng Heng Restaurant

This is quite a popular Khmer restaurant for tasty Chinese and Cambodian breakfast of noodle soup and Bobor (rice porridge), but it lacks the atmosphere to warrant a good stop for a dinner.

Samras Angkor Restaurant

If you are eager to go for Cambodian dishes, that's the place to pop in. They serve lots of fine Cambodian dishes here. Coming from Thailand you might try the famous Lok Lak or Fish Amok. If you're to easily to distract by some loud karaoke music, it's not your place though.

From the Thai/Cambodian border, coming from Trat, get a motorcycle taxi (60 thai baht /person including a 30 cent toll) or car, (270 baht for the car, or 80 baht per person if you can get more than 3 people) for a 15 minute ride into town. 

From Phnom Penh or Sihanoukville, take a car or minivan for a 4 to 7 hour drive on national route 4 and a long road through the jungle.  Sihanoukville is about 1.5 hours closer to Koh Kong than Phnom Penh.  You may want to ask if they change buses along the way, and refuse to take any bus that does.  One of the services drops you at the side of the road to wait for another bus, and one stops at a restaurant while waiting for the other bus.  This can add on a lot of extra time to the journey.  Also, the condition of the road is deteriorating and trips are getting longer, especially in the rainy season, June through October.

From the new Trat bus station, to Koh Kong, mini-vans leave every 45 minutes to the Koh Kong border from 7am to 5pm. Charges are 120 Baht and the trip takes about 90 minutes.  You'll change vans one time.   Figure about 30 minutes to get through Thai and Cambodian customs.  The ride to Koh Kong town from the border is about 15 minutes.

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