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OUR VEHICLE TYPES
SIHANOUKVILLE – SPECIAL OFFER FOR DOOR TO DOOR – PRIVATE TAXI
Sihanoukville (to/from) Phnom Penh
SUV 1 – 4 Persons $65 | Van 5 – 8 Persons $110
Sihanoukville (to/from) Sihanoukville Airport
SUV 1 – 4 Persons $25 | Van 5 – 8 Persons $45
Sihanoukville (to/from) Kampot
SUV 1 – 4 Persons $50 | Van 5 – 8 Persons $85
Sihanoukville (to/from) Kep
SUV 1 – 4 Persons $55 | Van 5 – 8 Persons $95
Sihanoukville (to/from) KOH KONG
SUV 1 – 4 Persons $95 | Van 5 – 8 Persons $145
POPULAR TOURS IN CAMBODIA
5 DAYS – PHNOM PENH & SIEM REAP TOUR
DESTINATION: 2 Days/2 Nights Phnom Penh / 3 Days / 2 Nights Siem Reap
15 DAYS – TRIP AROUND CAMBODIA
DESTINATION: Phnom Penh – Kratie – Preah Vihear – Siem Reap – Battambang – Phnom Penh
Krong Sihanoukville (Khmer: ក្រុងព្រះសីហនុ, Krong Preah Sihanouk), the former name ‘Kampong Som’ (Khmer: កំពង់សោម), is a coastal city in Cambodia and the capital city of Sihanoukville Province, situated at the tip of an elevated peninsula in the country’s south-west at the Gulf of Thailand. The city is flanked by an almost uninterrupted string of beaches along its entire coastline and coastal marshlands bordering the Ream National Park in the East. The city has one navigable river, the mangrove lined Ou Trojak Jet running from Otres pagoda to the sea at Otres. A number of thinly inhabited islands – under Sihanoukville’s administration – are in the city’s proximity, where in recent years moderate development has helped to attract a sizable portion of Asia’s individual travelers, young students and back-packers.
The city, which was named in honour of former king Norodom Sihanouk, had a population of around 99,800 people and approximately 67,700 in its urban center in 2010. Krong Sihanoukville encompasses the greater part of six communes (Sangkats) of Preah Sihanoukville Provinces. A relatively young city, it has evolved parallel to the construction of the Sihanoukville Autonomous Port, which commenced in June 1955, as the country’s gateway to direct and unrestricted international sea trade. The only deep water port in Cambodia includes a mineral oil terminal and a transport logistics facility. As a consequence, the city grew to become a leading national center of trade, commerce, transport and process manufacturing.
Sihanoukville’s many beaches and nearby islands make it Cambodia’s premier seaside resort with steadily rising numbers of national visitors and international tourists since the late 20th century. As a result of its economic diversity, the region’s natural beauty and the considerable recreational potential, a constantly increasing number of seasonal and permanent foreign residents make Sihanoukville one of the most culturally varied and dynamic population centers in Cambodia. As of 2014 the tourism sector remains insignificant in comparison with neighboring Thailand. Sihanoukville’s future will largely be defined by the authorities’ capability of a successfully balanced management in order to protect and conserve natural resources on the one hand and the necessities of urban and insular development, increasing visitor numbers, expanding infrastructure, the industrial sector and population growth on the other.
Despite being the country’s premier sea side destination, after decades of war and upheaval the town and its infrastructure remain very much disjointed and architecturally unimpressive. Infrastructure problems persist, in particular related to water and power supply, while international standard health facilities remain limited.
Sihanoukville also faces extreme challenges related to crime, security and safety with the city frequently being the focus of scandals linked to serious organized crime, petty crime and corruption.
WHAT TO SEE IN SIHANOUKVILLE
Koh Rong Island
Koh Rong Island is a Cambodian Island in the Gulf of Thailand, at about 40km off the coast of Sihanoukville. Actually, the island is deserted, undeveloped and untouched. It’s a secret island. But it will be soon one of the famous touristic destination of Cambodia.
Koh Rong Sanloem (Seracen Bay)
Koh Rong Sanloem is changing fast. Photos and descriptions from two years ago will be out of date. There are two main places to stay: Saracen’s bay or Mpei bay. There are also private one hostel only beaches on lazy beach or Mad Monkey, these may require direct transfers or a lot of walking.
Located at a distance of 3 kilometers from the provincial town, Wat Krom, Sihanoukville is one of the popular Tourist Attractions in Sihanoukville. The city of Sihanoukville is a port city on the Gulf of Thailand in southern Cambodia and Wat Krom, Sihanoukville is just 5 minutes from the Sihanoukville city.
Prampi Chaon Beach
The beach is short and narrow, and the waves are bigger that at other beaches, making it popular with locals, who favor it most after Sokha Beach.
Koh Pors is an island about 1 kilometer from Lomhe Kay beach, off the coast of Sihanoukville. The beach is flat and very quiet. It is attracts few visitors, because it is undeveloped. Those tourists who do visit the island travel in groups and bring their own food.
Prek Treng Beach
Also known as the â€˜Hun Sen Beach,â€™ the Prek Treng Beach a few kilometers north of town is a long, narrow crescent of sand, a bit rocky in parts, offering comparatively warm shallow waters.
Vistory Beach or Lomhe Kay
The beach is located in front of Koh Pors (Snake Island). It offers a number of services, including comfortable restrooms, fresh water and good transportation service to Koh Pors. Thus, many local and international visitors go to this beach.
Otres Beach is the next beach south of Ochheuteal Beach and resembles Ochheuteal in many ways – a three kilometer crescent of near white sand facing the southwest. But Otres is far less developed and touristed than Ochheuteal, offering a more leisurely, relaxed atmosphere,
Deum Chhrey Beach
Deum Chhrey Beach is located in fornt of the City Hall. Few tourists swim here because there is a big restaurant nearby. It is popular with tourists who like walk along the beach, however, because there is a picturesque park filled with statues, making site popular with photographers.
The untouched beach of Ream is located in the Ream National Park. Take Route 4 to the Airport road 18km north of town. Turn right, go 9km to the ocean. The beach to the right is long and narrow and frequented more by fishermen than tourists.
Kbal Chhay Waterfall
Kbal Chhay waterfall is located in Khan Prey Nup, about 16 kilometers north of the downtown Sihanoukville. To reach the site from Sihanoukville, take National Road 4 toward Phnom Penh. About 7 kilometers out side of town, there is a sign announcing the site.
Sokha or Serendipity Beach
Sokha Beach adjoins O’Cheuteal Beach. It is also long though the water is deeper than here. The beach was once more crowded than O’Cheuteal Beach, because Cambodians prefer it to the other beaches. However, Oknha Sok Kung’s Sokha Hotel Company recently took over operations at the beach.
Independence Beach gets its name from the deserted hulk of the 7 -storey Independence Hotel at the north end. Locals call this beach ‘otel bram-pil chann (hotel 7-stories). It is labeled ‘7-Chann Beach’ on the in-town street sign.
Phnom Leu is a nature and cultural site. There is a pagoda on the mountaintop, which offer visitors a panoramic view of the beaches and Sihanoukville international port. Most visitors are local people who visit the site during national festivals.
Ochheuteal Beach, known as UNTAC Beach in the early 1990s and it is now the most popular in Sihanoukville, offering the full spectrum of beach venues from upscale hotels and dining to laid-back budget beach bars and bungalows.
Natioal Raod 4,Kilometer Post 135, Kompong Seila District, Preah Sihanouk Province. unwind and relax in our beautiful, clean, natural and privacy wooden cottages overlooking psectacular vast green mountaint range and forest.
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