Trips and Itineraries for Sihanoukville
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Though Koh Rong is the second largest island in Cambodia, it is not very popular amongst tourists. This is an island that promises you stunning coastlines, dramatic headlands, powder sand beaches and tropical forests, framed by the crystal clears waters of the gulf and the beautiful blue sky. It is an ideal place to relax and enjoy the sea and the sand.Best Time To Visit: November to AprilHow To Reach: Fly from Delhi to either Siem Reap or Phnom Penh and then you can take a bus to Sihanoukville. Boats of all kinds – slow boats, passenger ferry, speed boats and chartered boats run from Sihanoukville to Koh Rong.Things To Do: Laze all day long and if that turns out to be a little boring you can also go snorkelling or diving; for the more adventurous ones there are options of kayaking through the uncharted sea around Koh Rang. Those looking for some hardcore adventure activities can try out mountain biking and jungle trekking. Also, thanks to the tourists coming in from all around the world, there are a multitude of restaurants offering all kinds of cuisines. So, a food walk along the pier and the main central area of the island is a great way to spend a lovely day!
Koh Rong Sanloem
Things to do around the hostel in Koh Rong Samloem• Go skinny dipping on a moonless night and see the magic of glowing planktons around you. Since the lights of the hostel are strategically placed to avoid light pollution, the experience is out of the world!• Trek through the forest to the next village M’pay Bay and indulge in the local Khmer cuisine. Fish Amok, which is catfish steamed in a rich coconut-based curry is a must have. Khmer Red Curry is delicious too. This is the village you go to for getting in touch with the outside world, as phone reception is available here.
Sihanoukville has two main beaches Serendipity and Otres which fall in complete opposite ends of the beach vibe spectrum: seedy, bass-bumping Serendipity Beach and chilled-out, hippy enclave Otres Beach. We undoubtedly had some wonderful nights out in Serendipity and also spent a day just lazing by the sea in Otres. My advice for Sihanoukville is just take it for what it is. It’s a seedy party town on a beach. If you’re looking for nightlife, head to Serendipity, and if you want to chill out, choose Otres.