Now that Cambodia’s foremost resort, Sihanoukville, is overrun with hard-partying backpackers, by far the loveliest coastal retreat in the country is Kep, a town originally founded by the French in 1906, and which has since become popular among wealthy city dwellers, who travel here on weekends in search of the famous local peppered crab.
There’s not much of a beach to speak of, but visitors may catch an excursion boat out to nearby Rabbit Island, whose palm-fringed shoreline is scalloped by coves of white sand and turquoise water. Guided trips to hidden cave shrines and rock formations in the dramatic karst hills nearby are options should you wish to extend your stay.
Tours that include Kep
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