Situated in South East Cambodia, Kampot town lays on the banks of the Preaek Tuek Chhu River and in the shadow of Bokor Mountain National Park.
Capital of Kampot Province, its colonial lanes are home to an array of international restaurants, bars and cafe. Head to the north and experience the true Cambodian way of city life, with its frantic market selling all that Aladdin’s Cave could dream of with its bustling road lined with exotic street foods.
The surrounding area is filled with natural beauty to explore, trekking, off-roading, cycling. The choice is yours. Grab a tour of Bokor Mountain and take in the breathtaking views over the province and the haunting abandoned Bokor Mountain Station. Rent a moto and head along the river to spend a relaxing afternoon swimming, kayaking or paddle boarding around the mangroves.
Maybe sit in the peace and solitude of the salt fields and enjoy the stunning sun set.
Venture to the east of town and find yourself in rural Cambodia. Explore the caves, lakes, world famous pepper plantations or for the more adventurous, experience the caves from a different angle and try Cambodia’s first and only rock climbing site, Climbodia.