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6D 5N

Day 01 Phnom Penh (-)

Upon arrival our representative meet and greet, pick up and transfer to Kampot Province. On the way to Kampot Province, visit Ta Prohm and Yeay Peau temples, Phnom Chisor, Angkor Borei, and Phnom Da. 

Beyond the lure of Angkor and the Khmer ruins, Cambodia offers majestic mountains and a coastal Riviera for beach and seafood lovers. Get immersed in its unparalleled beauty and charm beyond its heritage the Angkor Wat. Coastal Cambodia is a great standalone experience for 7 days trip which will rewarding after exploring Khmer temples at Angkor or Phnom Penh Capital. Have dinner and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Phnom Penh.

Day 02 Kep/Koh Tonsai (Rabbit Island) (B)

After breakfast, proceed to discover Kep's teeming crab market before you hop on a boat for a 30-minute ride to Rabbit Island (Koh Tonsai), where secluded white sandy beaches, coconut trees, and a variety of sea coral await you. Free to explore this wonderful tropical island and have a seafood lunch in the Island tour. Trek along the island's trail, ocean kayak, enjoy a beach massage or just rest and relax in this paradise. At 3.00pm, take a boat back to the resort in Kep. Along the way overland drive, see some real estate developments. Enjoy the most authentic moments of this truly relaxing getaway off Cambodia's coast. Transfer to hotel. Overnight on Kep.

Day 03 Kep/Trekking in the Kep National Park (B)

After breakfast, proceed for a half day excursion to Kep National Park excursion, established in 1993. It covers 28 square km of lush forest and hills. The 8 km of mountain trail through the National Park is definitely good for nature lovers. Animal trespassing in the national park is under control, but Cashew nut, Jackfruit, Papaya, Mango, Dragon fruit orchard is beautiful. There are benches along the trail at all the view points to relax and enjoy the breathtaking views, the sounds and the smell of nature. This 2.5-hour trek is an easy nature walk for everybody and discover this natural oasis before it gets more developed. Drive back, and transfer to your resort, free and easy at own leisure throughout the day. Enjoy the swimming pool or walk on the beach or go sailing and the seaside activities. Have dinner and Overnight in Kep.

Day 04 Kep/Bokor Hill Station/Sihanoukville (B)

After breakfast, proceed to Sihanoukville, and spend some time at the Bokor Mountain. Bokor Hill Station was a French colonial village, was first built as a French retreat away from the capital city of Phnom Penh, to escape the summer heat. The principal colonial residence of Le Bokor Palace opened in 1925 along with a throng of French villas, a post office and a church. The settlement was abandoned by the French in the 1940s during a local rebellion, and it was not until 1962 that Bokor Hill was resettled. However, in a matter of a few years, several new hotels came up near the lake, and casinos were added including the old French palace, making the place an attractive holiday destination for local and international tourists.

Situated at a height of 3,438 feet, it is not hard to figure out why the French built their summer retreat here. While temperatures soar in the north during the summer months of May and June, average temperatures in Bokor stay around 25 degrees. However, due to the heavy rains expected during the monsoons, the best time to visit the Hill station and the surrounding park from where the Gulf of Thailand on clear days can be spotted would be the December-April period, when there is no rain and temperatures stay in the comfortable mid twenties range. 

Although the hill station was abandoned, the French colonials still stand in all their glory. With the proliferation of new hotels and casinos in and around the Bokor National Park, the hill station has gained it's popularity. Starting in 2008, the group Sikomex has leased the area around the Bokor Hill Station for a period of 99 years, speeding up construction of new hotels, golf courses and road links to Kampot and Phnom Penh. Take a walk around the charming part of the old French town. 

Start with the Damnak Sla Khmao, also called Black Palace, the royal residence was completed in 1936 for King Sihanouk. Built out of bricks and black wood, the palace is situated in a hauntingly beautiful part of the Bokor Valley. Although standing in ruins, the palace and its surroundings offer beautiful views of the mountains and the valley and make for a good day trip for visitors to the Bokor Hill Station in 2022.

Next, visit the Le Bokor Palace and Casino, The principal French colonial building that was built almost a century ago. A fine example of French architecture at the beginning of the twentieth century, the palace has now been turned into a 6 star hotel and casino after extensive restoration. With a slew of old French villas and the Old Catholic Church surrounding the building complex, the Le Bokor Palace is a place to spend a day walking around and taking in the view.

Later, proceed to the Popokvil Waterfalls, near the national park that surrounds the hill station is a great place for outdoor excursions, and several hiking trails run up to the Popokvil Waterfalls, which are located several kilometres from the Bokor lake. Monsoons are the best time to visit the waterfalls, when mists of clouds swirl around the top of the falls. In fact, Popokvil in Khmer literally means swirling clouds.

Next, visit the Wat Samprove Pam Literally the Five Boats Wat, the beautiful temple monument was commissioned by King Monivong in the 1920s, in honour of a local legend. Today, the site is popular with tourists not only for the Khmer temple but also for the stunning views of the canyon and sea from behind the temple complex.

Also, visit the 100 Rice Fields Sacred Meditation Area, a secluded area within the dense tropical forests that surround the Bokor Hill Station in Kampot, Cambodia, this is a field of rocks that look like typical paddy fields with dikes to separate them. While offering stunning shots for your camera, you can also sit down to meditate here and take in all the serenity and calmness of the place.

Proceed to the Lok Yeay Mao Monument, a gigantic 29 metres high, the monument honours an ancient heroine from the myth of Cambodian Buddhism, venerated in fishing communities around Kampot and Kao. Facing the coast, the deity is supposed to protect travellers, hunters as well as fishermen. The monument itself makes for some exquisite sites against the deep blue mountains and dense forests that run in the background.

And don't miss the only operational hotel at the Bokor Hill Station, the Thansur Bokor Highlands Resort, which is located around 1 kilometres from the Catholic Church. The hotel includes a casino, a couple of restaurants. 

The remains of the old church and police station can still be seen today. Drive back to Sihanoukville for a night on the Sokha Beach Resort and discover Khmer hospitality with world-class service. Explore the private, pristine, white sand beach, which stretches out over 1.5 kilometers. Enjoy the sunset cocktails at the Deck Bar and dine in style at Lemon Grass. Overnight in Sihanoukville.

Day 05 Sihanoukville (B)

After breakfast,proceed for a day tour to Ream National Park, home to a number of rare birds and animals. Take a boat ride and walk for one hour in the park. Be prepared to be amused by the monkeys, mouse deer, and pangolin in the park! Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant on the remote beach,  and take a swim here before driving back to Sihanoukville. Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Sihanoukville.

Day 06 Sihanoukville/Phonm Penh/Departure  (B)

After breakfast, free at own leisure, have lunch and check out from hotel. Drive back to Phonm Penh, transfer to the airport for your onward destination.

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