KEP TOUR ITINERARY
TRIP PICKS UP FROM SIEM REAP
DAY-1: SIEM REAP – KEP
Pick up from lobby at 7:30am in SIEM REAP
- 7:00am – 4:00pm (9h): Drive from SIEM REAP – KEP in 462km on the national street N:6 and N:3. (Included the lunch time on the way)
- 4:00pm – 5:00pm (1h) : CHECK IN AT HOTEL
- 5:00pm – 6:30pm (1h and 30mn) : CRAB MARKET – DRIVE AROUND THE CITY and ENJOY SUNSET
- BACK TO HOTEL
PHOTO GALLERY OF KEP CITY
DAY-2: KEP TOUR
Pick up from lobby at 8:00am in KEP
- 8:00am – 8:30am (30mn): Drive from KEP – KAMPONG TRACH MOUNTAIN in 16 km on the national street N:31.
- 8:30am – 10:00am (1h and 30mn): VISIT : KAMPONG TRACH MOUNTAIN.
- 10:00am – 10:30am (30mn): Drive to TEUK CHHOU RAPIDS
- 10:30am – 12:30pm (2h): VISIT: TEUK CHHOU RAPIDS and TEUK CHHOU ZOO.
- 12:30pm – 1:00pm (30mn): Drive back in 28km to KEP
PHOTO GALLERY OF KOMPONG TRANCH
- 1:00pm – 6:30pm (5h and 30mn): Do your own trip without using the transportation : KEP NATIONAL PARK – KOH TONSAY (RABBIT ISLAND) – KEP BEACH – SWIMMING and ENJOY SUNSET.
PHOTO GALLERY OF TEUK CHHOU
PHOTO GALLERY OF KEP BEACHES
DAY-3: KEP – SIEM REAP
Pick up from lobby at 8:00am in KEP
- 8:30am – 5:30pm (9h): Drive from KEP – SIEM REAP in 462km on the national street N:3 and N:6 (Included the lunch time on the way)
- DROP AT YOUR HOTEL IN SIEM REAP END!
NOTED: WE ARE FLEXIBLE, WE DON’T LIMIT THE TIME FOR YOUR TRIP, WE ONLY SET ESTIMATED TIME BY FLOLLOWING OUR EXPERIANCE!
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KEP TOUR FROM SIEM REAP IN 3DAYS-TOUR
Price for Transportation by private Ac car and Mini Van
|Car Suv 5 Seats
|Van 12 Seats
|Van 15 Seats
- Driver food and accommodation
- Parking fees/ tolls
- Cool waters and towels
- All entrance fees pay by your own account
- Your meals and hotel pay by your own account
- English speaking tour guide (if you need professional English tour guide please inform to us we will arrange with driver for you)
Kep province (Khmer: ខេត្តកែប, Kêb [kaep]) is the smallest province (khaet) of Cambodia covering 336 km2 (130 sq mi), with a population of 41,798. It is one of the newest Cambodian provinces, together with Pailin, Sihanoukville and Tboung Khmum, created by Royal Decree on 22 December 2008, which separated Kep Municipality & Damnak Chang’aeur District from the Kampot province, as well as adjusting several provincial borders. It is both the smallest and least populous province of Cambodia. The provincial capital is Kep District and the province contains the Kep National Park.
Kampong Trach District (Khmer: ស្រុកកំពង់ត្រាច) is one of 8 districts in Kampot Province and it is located at the eastern part bordering Vietnam to the east, Banteay Meas District to the north, Kep Province to the west and the Gulf of Thailand to the south.
Anlong Pring Crane Reserve is a small protected area in Kampong Trach near the Vietnamese border on the edge of the Mekong Delta. Sarus cranes nest in the dry forest north of here in the wet season. During the dry season, a few hundred of these cranes take up residence at this reserve. The reserve is an IBA protection at 217 hectares, established on 6 January 2011. There is a similar sanctuary in the adjacent Takéo Province since 2007.
A road border crossing into Vietnam is located in this district. The border crossing is called the Prek Chak International Border Checkpoint. The checkpoint on the Vietnamese side is called Ha Tien International Border Gate. The nearest Vietnamese town to the border crossing is Ha Tien.
KEP NATIONAL PARK
Kep National Park is a national park in Cambodia’s Kep Province that was established in 1993 and covers an area of 66.64 km2 (25.73 sq mi) The nearest town lies at Krong Kaeb.
The park includes a small mountain range with tracks and trails which are popular with tourists. The trails boast incredible views of Phu Quoc and the Bokor Ranges on the south and west sides, and views across islands of the vast Vietnamese marine reserve in Kiên Giang to the east side.
Kep was Cambodia’s top seaside destination until eclipsed in the 1960s by Sihanoukville (and, soon after, decades of civil war). The town is full of ruined shells of old villas, destroyed in the Khmer Rouge days and during the subsequent Civil War and stripped down by the leaving Vietnamese army. Today’s Kep has recently become established as a Khmer holiday spot and is slowly being rediscovered by travelers. The once very poor Kep beach is now being filled up with snow-white sand from Otres Beach and is extended to 50m, still the main beach is located at the idyllic Koh Tonsay (Rabbit Island, 20min by long tail boat), just off the coast. The charm of this coastal resort lies in its peacefulness, its National Park, and its seafood.
PHNOM SAR SEAR
Phnom Sar Sear is a fabulous natural and cultural resort situated at a distance of 14 km. from the provincial town of Kampot.
Phnom Sar Sear consists of three small mountains spread across a total land area of approximately 1.5 square kilometers. The mountain rises to a height of around 40 meters. Tourists can visit the mountain caves here. Among the caves, the cave of Phnom Ach Pro Chiev and particularly, the cave of Phnom Dam Rey Sar, are the most well known ones. Here, you will find a great architecture of Viel Sre inside.
On the mountaintop of Phnom Sar Sear, you will find a colorful stupa built in 1964 by the princess Rasmey Sou Phoan. The stupa is a holy worshipping place where it is believed the cremated ash of the Buddha are kept. On the mountaintop are sweeping views of rice fields, forests, local villages, islands and the vast sea. The mountain is also a worshipping place for people who come here to pray.
Kampot (Khmer: ខេត្តកំពត, [kʰaet kɑmpɔːt]) is a province (khaet) in southwestern of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Koh Kong and Kampong Speu to the north, Takeo and Kep and Vietnam to the east, and Sihanoukville to the west. To its south, it has a coastline of around 45 km on the Gulf of Thailand. It is rich in low arable lands and has abundant natural resources. Its capital is Kampot town. Kampot province had a population of 627,884 in 2010 and consisted of eight districts divided into 92 communes with a total of 477 villages. Touk Meas City is located in Kampot province.
TEUK CHHOU RAPIDS AND ZOO
Teuk Chhu is located in Snomprampi village, Makprang commune, Kampot district, about 8 kilometers north of Kampot provincial town. Its main attraction is a stream that flows from Phnom Damrei via Phnom Kamchay. The cool, clear water flows over large rocks year round. This is a good place for swimming or bathing. There are many kinds of decicious fruit available, including durian, mangosteen, rambutan, mak prang, pineapple, grape fruit, custard apple and coconut. Only the durian, however, is available year round. Not far from Teuk Chhu is a zoo and plantation organized by His Excellency Nhim Vanda. The zoo raises animals, while the plantation grows a variety of fruit trees, including durian, rambutan and other fruits.
The Tekcchou Resort, Kampot is a well known tourist attraction in Kampot in Cambodia. Kampon is a small town in the country of Cambodia. This town is a known tourist destination in this country. It is renowned for its limestone caves and other sightseeing spots which are worth visiting. This town is visited by several vacationers and holidaymakers who visit this country from all parts of the globe. You will have a good time exploring the beauty of this region. The Tekcchou Resort, Kampot is a good place to hang out with your family when you are in Kampot in Cambodia.The Tekcchou Resort in Kampot is a popular picnic place close to the town. The Tekcchou Resort in Kampot is set on the Prek Chha River. This resort in Kampot is famous among the local people. On weekends you will find the Tekcchou Resort in Kampot very crowded. People in the nearby regions enjoy spending their weekends here. Many tourists also flock to this resort. The rapids here are very beautiful. The kids can play nearby and have a nice time. The cool river breeze will refresh you and will make your trip to this place a pleasant experience.
Near the Tekcchou Resort in Kampot you will find various stalls. These stalls generally ell drinks and food. The food is decent and fresh. Various local as well as international cuisines are on offer at these stalls. There is a small zoo near the Tekcchou Resort in Kampot. Many animals and birds are kept here in enclosures. You can go with your family and friends and visit this zoo. Your kids will simply love watching animals at such a close distance.
PHNOM BOKOR (BOKOR HILL STATION)
Bokor Hill Station (Khmer: ស្ថានីយភ្នំបូកគោ, Sthani Phnum-bokko, French: Station d’altitude de Bokor) refers to a collection of French colonial buildings constructed as a temperate mountain luxury resort and retreat for colonial residents in the early 1920s atop Bokor Mountain in Preah Monivong National Park, about 37 km (23 mi) west of Kampot in southern Cambodia. Abandoned for long periods of time, modern infrastructure has made the location easily accessible as re-development is taking place. It was used as the location for the final showdown of the movie City of Ghosts (2002) and the 2004 film R-Point. To the north-east are the Povokvil Waterfalls. The Damrei Mountains have long been considered sacred and venerated by the Cambodians. The hill station was built as a resort by colonial French to help the french military who were stationed in that region. They were desperate for some relief from the oppressive heat that is characteristic to this part of the world. So is was, in the early 1920’s, Bokor Hill, a small resort town was built especially for the occupying french soldiers.|-anonymous-|. Nine hundred lives were lost in nine months during the construction of the resort in this remote mountain location.
Popokvil waterfall is situated on Bokor Mountain – a popular destination for tourists in Kampot Province thanks to its pleasant cool weather and beautifully landscaped hill. Just a few kilometers calculated from the hill station, the falls lie right at the edge of the highland march which covers much of the mountain-top. Because of the poor state of these bridges that cross the streams zig-zaggin over the hill, you will have no choice except walking the last kilometer to the waterfalls. It is pretty pleasant to walk, and if you are lucky enough, you may even catch sight of some interesting wild-life, such as giant red squirrels or monkeys. Even when coming to the waterfall might be a little bit challenging, but as soon as you see at firsthand the natural beauty of the falls, then you absolutely know, with no doubt, that it is definitely worth your efforts.
WAT SAMPOV BRAM
Fantastic Wat just on the peak of Bokor, on one of Kampot, Cambodia, the islands and Vietnam’s best sights. No entry fees. The path to Thansur Bokor Casino, just past Chinatown. About something like a 3-minute drive from just the casino, or a 5-minute walk away. Only a series of homes, landscaping, natural rock features, sculptures, and a spectacular view if it’s not gloomy beneath you or you’re right in and out of the clouds. Around 1 km to the sea. Good walk-through for a half hour. A Khmer Restaurant with meats, noodles, vegetables, and rice is located right at the gateway to the Wat. When you are worried about the cost of the two neighboring hotels for a meal, this will be your safest bet for $1.50 Meals. They do have motorcycle gas and drinking water as well.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
The old Catholic Church was built by the French in the early 1920s. The church’s architecture is well-kept and in a style that is unusual in Cambodia. This location is a great spot to view the sunset on Bokor Mountain and is very popular for pre-wedding photoshoots.
MOUNTAIN WATER LAKE
A place to relax with green mountain views, visitors can enjoy and experience many fun water activities such as kayaking, canoeing, fishing and riding paddle boats. it’s a true holiday experience for you and family.
Le Bokor Palace is the main building of the Bokor hill station in Cambodia’s Kampot province. The location choice at 1000 meters altitude to provide the settlers tired of the hot weather in Cambodia, especially during the dry season.
Le Bokor Palace is the ”heaven” for French. It was the famous summer escape for the french elites and royal family. Le Bokor Palace on the edge of the cliff which steeply overlooks the Opal Coast of Cambodia. Enjoying a moderate climate and unusually picturesque location. Francois Marius Baudoin, Resident-superieur, decides to create a ”health resort” on Bokor Mountain, part of the Elephant Mountain range of Cambodia in 1912. The buildings are set up at the green mountain and the blue sea, near the cliff. The best location offers a bird’s eye view of the ”Opal Coast”. as well as the grand mountain views.
On November 18, 1919, the construction works were granted to the Boy, Ferme & Cie. The cost of the project is 160,000 USD, for a period of 8 months, to build a bungalow, a chalet for Resident-superieur, a post office and telegraphs on the Bokor hill station. From 1920 to 1922, He changes the project from ”Bungalow” to ”Palace”, The completed building has been demolished, only the cost of the place reached 311,872 dollars. Many critics say this project is ”wasting”, was buried in fog, the palace will be nicknamed the ”Baudoin Folly”