Discover cheap and exotic adventure on the coast of Cambodia!

Cambodia is now a safe place to travel. If you've already bought a Cambodian tourist visa to see Angkor Wat, why not visit the coast as well?

From Siem Reap, it is possible to fly direct to Sihanoukville airport. In Sihanoukville, you can chill out on Otres beach, party at Serendipity beach or even dine with a python under your plate at the Snake House restaurant. The best hotel in Sihanoukville is the Sokha resort, where luxury includes a private beach, but there are also plenty of budget guesthouses and mid-range hotels.

Islands near Sihanoukville are totally unspoiled. You can stay in bungalows on Bamboo Island or take a longer trip to KohRong or Samloem, two large islands with white sand beaches and quiet fishing villages. Scuba diving is a popular activity in Sihanoukville, especially in the clear waters of Koh Tang. Fishing charters are also available.

Don't miss the view from WatLeu, the Buddhist monastery on top of Sihanoukville Mountain. The friendly young monks will be eager to practice their English and the mountain is the best place to watch the sunset.

The best garden restaurant in Sihanoukville is the Starfish cafe, run by a grassroots volunteer group that helps local Cambodians. Starfish has fast wireless internet, great mango smoothies and a souvenir shop with traditional Cambodian crafts.

Kampot and Kep are two charming Cambodian provincial towns with a historic legacy of French colonialism. Bokor hill station is a can't miss destination in a National Park near Kampot. The road up the mountain is awful, but the ruins of the French hotel, casino and cathedral at the top are stunning. After bouncing back down the road, treat yourself to a massage at Seeing Hands, an organization that employs blind Cambodians.

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Kep is the most romantic town in Cambodia. Relax in quiet bungalows, indulge in fresh crab and shrimp at the Kep market or take a trip to island bungalows on KohTonsay. The most delicious meal in Cambodia is fish with tamarind sauce at Le Bout de Monde restaurant, on the hill bordering Kep National Park.

From Kep, you can continue on to Phnom Penh by bus or go back to Sihanoukville.

Some vaccinations are important to get before coming to Cambodia. Check to make sure you're up to date with Typhoid, Hepatitis and Rabies, and stick to bottled water at all times. Malaria medicine is not necessary, but do take precautions against mosquito bites.

Other off the beaten path activities in Cambodia include elephant rides in Mondulkiri and river dolphin spotting in the Mekong near Kratie. Don't stop after Angkor - get out and explore!

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