What is there to do in Kampot and Kep?

Kampot is a city on the Preaek Tuek Chhu River in southern Cambodia. It’s known for its pepper plantations and salt fields. Many buildings date from the colonial period, including the Governor’s Mansion. The house is now the Kampot Museum, which has exhibits on the city’s history. To the west, Preah Monivong Bokor National Park has a cool climate with forests, waterfalls and wildlife including gibbons and big cats.

Krong Kep is the capital of Kep Province in southern Cambodia. It lies near Kep National Park. The town has a population of 35,990.
Best Things to do and visit in Kampot and Kep, Cambodia

  • Visit the Kep Crab Market.
  • Hop over to Rabbit Island (Koh Tonsay)
  • The Kep and Kampot Salt Fields.
  • Phnom Bokor National Park.
  • Kampot Pepper Farm.

Is Kampot worth visiting?

If you ever visit Cambodia know that Kampot is worth the trip, especially if you throw in a bit of Kep. Known for its salt pans and pepper plantations, Kampot is a laid back Cambodian city with a small town feel. Most of the restaurant’s in Kampot have a chilled cafe vibe.


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