Welcome to the official homepage for Koh Kong in Cambodia. Koh Kong, Cambodia. Province, hotels, restaurants, maps, eco tourism and activities.
Bus, Mini Van, or Taxi can all get you to Trat where you take a Mini Van to the border Thailand Cambodia, crossing at Hat Lek.
Crossing the border Thailand Had Lek to Koh Kong Cambodia.
Here for many is a visa run, but is also a beautiful place full of natural wonders and a great stopover before visiting the rest of Cambodia. Stay and Visit Tatai in The Cardamom Mountains.
Onward travel to Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Kep, Kampot, Siem Reap to Vietnam or Laos can be done with bus routes through Cambodia.
The spectacular Cardamom Mountains, pristine and mostly untouched jungle, offer many waterfalls to cool down with a swim.KbalChhay, KohPor, KbalChhay, PrekKoh, Veal Achaut, and Tataiwaterfalls to name a few. The largest mangrove forest in Asia are located here on the coast.
In addition to trekking and exploring the forest in the Cardamom Mountains, there are boat trips available to Koh Kong island and other islands in the vicinity.
With bicycles and motorcycles available for rent, there are great options for self exploration in Koh Kong City in Cambodia and the wider province.
For those who prefer less strenuous activities there are many restaurants and bars in Koh Kong City in Cambodia.
There is a wide range of accommodation options from basic guesthouse fan rooms from $ 3 US per night to comfortable Guest Houses and Hotels with Air Con from $ 10 US per night and swimming pool.
You will get a warm welcome in Koh Kong in Cambodia, The Kingdom of Wonders.
After the Cambodian border on the way to Koh Kong, you see on the left, a colourful house and then the entrance to the Buddha temple complex.
For information about Cambodian visa regulations, please see here.
It is now not possible to cash traveler cheques in Koh Kong, nor I believe anywhere in Cambodia. A number of people from PP and Sihanoukville have recently passed through Koh Kong on their way to Thailand to cash cheques.
The three banks in Koh Kong, Acleda, Canadia and Cambodia Public Bank have confirmed that none of their branches now cash travellers cheques. However if you have an account with Cambodia Public Bank they will accept travellers cheques but they take a month to clear.