SEACAMBODIA
High Speed Catamaran
Monday 27° / 26 ° CTuesday 26° / 26 ° C
SEACAMBODIA
High Speed Catamaran
Monday 27° / 26 ° CTuesday 26° / 26 ° C
SEACAMBODIA
High Speed Catamaran
Monday 27° / 26 ° CTuesday 26° / 26 ° C
SEACAMBODIA
High Speed Catamaran
Monday 27° / 26 ° CTuesday 26° / 26 ° C
Private Charter

Private Charter

The interior is almost entirely covered in dense jungle. The coastline is characterized by a succession of sandstone rock formations and beautiful beaches. There are three yellow sand beaches at the island’s long western coast. Its eastern side, facing towards the mainland and less exposed to the weather and the monsoon, is characterized by bays and headlands. The most striking feature is Saracen bay with an inner diameter of around 3 kilometers. Saracen bay got its name from a British survey brig, HMS Saracen, that charted the area in the late nineteenth century. Location Ream National Park is 18 kilometers from downtown Sihanoukville, towards Phnom Penh to the park entrance. Probably another 10 kilometers to get inside the park down to the beach. Just inside the park entrance, you can find the ranger station on the left, after you pass the entrance to the airport.You can also go the “Sun & Moon Gulf” route. After you turn towards Ream from Route 4, a hundred meters up the road is a sign for the Sun & Moon Gulf Resort. This road is perfect for a few kilometers, until it turns into a dirt road. It’s 8km to the beach.And Ream is
Direct trip to Koh Rong

Direct trip to Koh Rong

Geography Koh Rong is the biggest of the islands off the coast of Sihanukville/Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand. It stretches from southeast to northwest, is roughly elongate shaped and it encompasses an area of 78 square km.The terrain is predominantly hilly with a sizable mountain at the island’s north west. The hills provide water for countless creeks and estuaries. The island’s interior is almost completely forested, concealing a number of seasonal waterfalls. Koh Rong has around 43 kilometers of beaches. There are no less than 23 beaches of varying length and coloration – from (predominantly) white to beige to rose-colored sands – along most of the coastline. Bays, protruding capes and impressive sandstone rock formations contribute to the island’s scenic panorama. The southern coastline – exposed to the weather and open sea, is particularly spectacular, whereas the northern coast, which faces towards the land, is characterized by a sequence of smooth hills, gently sloping towards the numerous beaches, inlets and bays. Several small islets and many reefs provide an abundance of natural environments for a great variety of marine life. The center of the island is a flat “belt” of sediments that joins the two hilly massifs of the
Direct trip Koh Rong Samloem

Direct trip Koh Rong Samloem

The interior is almost entirely covered in dense jungle. The coastline is characterized by a succession of sandstone rock formations and beautiful beaches. There are three yellow sand beaches at the island’s long western coast. Its eastern side, facing towards the mainland and less exposed to the weather and the monsoon, is characterized by bays and headlands. The most striking feature is Saracen bay with an inner diameter of around 3 kilometers. Saracen bay got its name from a British survey brig, HMS Saracen, that charted the area in the late nineteenth century. Settlements and Infrastructure There are two discernible villages on the island; one in the north, called Ma-pay Bay (means 23 in Khmer) and one in the south, called Koh Rong Samloem Phumi Kang Khnong (kang khnong means inside in Khmer), which is little more than a fisher’s hangout. Another little hamlet is situated in the southwest, called Phumi Kang Krau (Village on the outside). There used to be a basic road network, built during the period of the French Protectorate, which is by now nearly completely overgrown with vegetation. All transport is being done by boat. The island is not connected to the main power grid, nor
Other Destinations

Other Destinations

Geography Koh Rong is the biggest of the islands off the coast of Sihanukville/Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand. It stretches from southeast to northwest, is roughly elongate shaped and it encompasses an area of 78 square km.The terrain is predominantly hilly with a sizable mountain at the island’s north west. The hills provide water for countless creeks and estuaries. The island’s interior is almost completely forested, concealing a number of seasonal waterfalls. Koh Rong has around 43 kilometers of beaches. There are no less than 23 beaches of varying length and coloration – from (predominantly) white to beige to rose-colored sands – along most of the coastline. Bays, protruding capes and impressive sandstone rock formations contribute to the island’s scenic panorama. The southern coastline – exposed to the weather and open sea, is particularly spectacular, whereas the northern coast, which faces towards the land, is characterized by a sequence of smooth hills, gently sloping towards the numerous beaches, inlets and bays. Several small islets and many reefs provide an abundance of natural environments for a great variety of marine life. The center of the island is a flat “belt” of sediments that joins the two hilly massifs of the