O’Cheuteal Beach

O’Cheuteal Beach is located in Sangkat No 3. Large and Long with white sand and shallow water, It is the most popular beach in Sihanoukville, attracting many foreigners. There are a number of foodstalls along the beach, In addition to fruit and seafood vendors.


Sokha or Serendipity Beach

Sokha beach adjoins O’cheuteal Beach. It is also long, though the water is deeper here. The beach was once more crowed 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. The company is building up the area in hope of attracting more tourists to Sihanoukville.


Prampi Choan Beach

The beach is short and narrow, and the waves are bigger than at other beaches, making it popular with locals, who favor it most after Sokha Beach.

Lomhe Kay or Victory Beach

The beach is located in front of Koh Pors. It offers a number of services, Including comfortable restrooms, Fresh water and good transportation service to Kos Pors. Thus, many local and international visitors go to the beach. There are not big, and the environment is clean.

Deum Chhrey Beach

Deum Chhrey beach is located in front of city hall. Few tourist swim here because there is a big restaurant nearby. It is popular with tourist who like to walk along the beach, however, because there is a picturesque park filled with statue, making site popular with photographers.


Koh Pors

Koh Pors is an island about 1 kilometer from Loum Hekay beach, off the coast of Sihanoukville. This beach is flat and very quite. It attracts few visitors, because it is undeveloped. Those tourist who do visit the island travel in groups and bring their own food.

Phnom Leu

Phnom Leu is a natural and cultural site. There is a pagoda on the mountaintop, which offers visitors a panoramic view of the beaches and Sihanoukvile international port. Most visitors are local people who visit the site during national festivals.

Kompong-Som-4Kbal Chhay Waterfall

Kbal Chhay waterfall is located in Khan Prey Nup, about 16 kilometers north of downtown Sihanoukville. To reach the site from Sihanoukville, take National Road 4 toward Phnom Penh. About 7 kilometers outside of town, there is a sign announcing the site. Turn left and go 9 kilometers along a trail. The water at Kbal Chhay comes from many sources along the mountain range, although only three of these sources are visible. The waterfall, which is 14 meters high. Is at the point where those three source join.

Kbal Chhay was discovered in 1960. Three years later, it was developed into a reservoir to supply clean water to the city of Sihanoukville. The reservoir construction, however, was interrupted due to civil war, and the site became a hide-out for the Khmer Rouge. In 1997, Kbal Chhay was maked for development, and a year later Kok An company was awarded a contract to construct a road and de4velop the site for tourism.

Preh Sihanouk Ream National Park

Preh Sihanouk Ream National park is located between Koh Thmei and Sihanoukville, about 18 kilometers from down town Sihanoukville. The Park, which has been open since 1993, covers 21,000 hectares including 15 000 hectares of terrestrial and 6000 hectares of marince habitats.

The National Park feature secluded beaches, mangroves forests, tropical jungles, 155 different species of birds, monkeys and during the infamous white fresh water dolphin. It also offers a good transportation service to some island such as Koh Ta Keav and Koh Rusei. Those tourists who do visit the islands should travel in groups and bring their own food.

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