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Kep &


I haven't visited these provines and I am looking forward to exploring this area of Cambodia in February 2020.

Learn About Kep & Kampot

Finding social enterprises


Accommodation in Kep & Kampot that is 100% Khmer owned or social enterprises

  • Khmer Hands (Kep)


I will update this section after we have visited in February 2020

Coming soon


I will update this section after we have visited in February 2020.

  • La Plantation Pepper Farm - A social & environmental project. Free tour + extra$ - Cooking class, Water buffalo ride, 2 restaurants "An awesome way" to spend the day (ref: Keeping up with the Kisby's).

  • RikiTravl Tourist Info - Things to do & see in Kampot & Kep
    Kampot - Architecture, Boat trips, Bokor National Park, Salt pans, Pepper plantations, Temple caves, Secret Lake, Fishing village etc.
    Kep -  Crab market, Colonial ruins, Kep beach, Kep National Park, Rabbit Island, etc.

Beautiful photos taken in Kampot/Kep by photographer Bo Kornum


I will update this section after we have visited in February 2020


Transportation options include: Tuk tuk (Remork moto), Cyclo, Bus, Taxi and Train (very limited). 

For travel between Kep & Kampot provinces and other provinces, the most economical mode of transport is by bus or mini-van. There are many bus companies, private taxis and mini-van operators in Cambodia. However, it is difficult to determine who owns the large bus companies, and how safe the locally owned transport operators are. Road safety is an issue in Cambodia so I looked at recommendations from other tourists and ex-pats to help me decide whom to use.


For short journeys, if you are travelling with a small group of people, a private taxi may be a good option as you can share the cost.

If you want to book your transport in advance, the easiest way to do it is online:  

For journeys within the city, you can take a tuk-tuk or air-conditioned taxi. There are lots of them and it is easy to find reviews about them.​  Getting around by tuk tuk


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