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Relax and unwind in our well-appointed rooms, each meticulously designed to offer the utmost comfort and convenience for our guests. Take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains from your private balcony, where you can immerse yourself in the tranquil ambiance of Kampot.

Rest easy knowing that modern amenities such as air conditioning, a safety deposit box, and a flat-screen TV are readily available in every room, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable stay.

Stay connected throughout your visit with complimentary WiFi available throughout the property. Whether you’re catching up on emails or sharing your Kampot adventures with loved ones, our reliable internet service ensures you’re always connected.

Explore the rich history and culture of Kampot with ease, as our hotel is conveniently located near popular attractions such as the Kampot Provincial Museum and Kampot Train Station. For those seeking outdoor adventures, the picturesque Teuk Chhou Rapids are just a short drive away, offering a refreshing escape into nature.

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About my experiences to this hotel. Etho L

Love this hotel I have been there on the weekend with my friends and the hotel’s location is simply idyllic. Situated just a short distance from Kompot town center, it offers easy access to local attractions while providing a peaceful sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle. The views of the river and the mountains from the hotel is breathtaking.

Best hotel stay in Cambodia Anna LaTravelista

Best hotel I stayed in Cambodia. The staff was super nice. The room is spacious and beautiful, and everything was clean. The pool is a good plus too. We rented a motorbike so getting around is easy. If you move with tuktuk and you don’t wanna go out in the evening you can ask the receptionist to help you order delivery food. They will happily help you.

Love this hotel Etho Lee

Love this hotel I have been there on the weekend with my friends and the hotel’s location is simply idyllic. Situated just a short distance from Kompot town center, it offers easy access to local attractions while providing a peaceful sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle. The views of the river and the mountains from the hotel is breathtaking.

One of the best hotel Sonja R-W

One of the best hotels in Cambodia. Extremely helpful manager, very friendly, speaks perfect english; beautiful oasis in Kampot with huge swimming pool, nice rooms with terras/ balcony, with a tuktuk you are in a few minutes in town.

Perfect hotel to visit Kampot and its beautiful region. Olivier, fr

Very nice hotel very well located 5mn by scooter from the city center. Beautiful pool where you can really swim. Very quiet overlooking a path and not a busy road. The staff is lovely -Easy scooter rental at the hotel. In addition they took into account the comments of the guests and have just installed sunbeds and umbrellas and tables all around the pool, perfect because it is true that it was missing.

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Sunset at Kep Beach

Nestled along Cambodia’s southern coast, Kep Beach is a hidden gem that offers an unparalleled experience for sunset enthusiasts. As the day begins to wane, Kep Beach transforms into a serene haven where the vibrant hues of the setting sun paint the sky and sea in a mesmerizing display.

Imagine strolling along the soft sandy shore, the gentle waves lapping at your feet as the sky transitions from the warm glow of daylight to a palette of oranges, pinks, and purples. The calm waters of the Gulf of Thailand mirror the kaleidoscope of colors, creating a breathtaking vista that feels almost surreal.

As you find your perfect spot on the beach, the sun slowly descends towards the horizon, casting a golden path across the water. The silhouette of the distant islands adds to the enchanting scene, providing a picturesque backdrop for this natural spectacle. The tranquil atmosphere is occasionally punctuated by the laughter of children playing in the distance and the soft murmur of conversations from nearby beachgoers, all captivated by the beauty unfolding before them.

Whether you’re a photographer looking to capture the perfect shot, a couple seeking a romantic moment, or a solo traveler in search of peace and reflection, the sunset at Kep Beach offers something for everyone. The experience is enhanced by the simplicity of the surroundings—no towering buildings or bustling crowds, just the pure, unspoiled beauty of nature.

As the sun finally dips below the horizon, the sky’s colors deepen and the first stars begin to twinkle, marking the end of another beautiful day in Kep. The gentle transition from day to night leaves a lingering sense of tranquility and a lasting impression, making sunset at Kep Beach an unforgettable highlight of any visit to this charming coastal town.

The Kampot Salt Fields are located in Kampot Province, Cambodia, near the coastal town of Kampot and the neighboring province of Kep. These salt fields are renowned for their traditional salt production methods, which have been passed down through generations.

The salt fields are typically made up of vast expanses of shallow, rectangular basins filled with seawater. The process of salt production begins during the dry season when the seawater is directed into the basins through a series of canals and channels. As the water evaporates under the hot sun, it leaves behind a layer of salt crystals on the basin’s surface.

Workers then carefully rake the salt crystals from the basins and pile them up to dry further in the sun. Once dried, the salt is collected, sorted, and packed for distribution to local markets or for export.

Visitors to the Kampot Salt Fields can observe this traditional salt-making process and learn about the significance of salt production in the region’s economy and culture. The salt fields also offer picturesque views, especially during sunrise and sunset, making them a popular destination for tourists exploring the Kampot Province. Additionally, many tours in the area include visits to the salt fields as part of their itinerary, providing visitors with insight into Cambodia’s rural life and traditional industries.

The Water Festival this year falls on November 7-9. But with Cambodia set to host the ASEAN summit and related meetings in the same week this month, the festival are not being celebrated in Phnom Penh, though some provinces have been holding celebrations since October.

Known locally as Bon Om Touk, the festival takes place in late October or early November to mark the end of the monsoon season as well as the change in flow of the Tonle Sap River.

The second day of the festival aligns with the date of the full moon on the Khmer lunar calendar month of Katdoek (or Kartika in Sanskrit), which is said to be when the long-cycle rice crop is ready for harvest.

The festival usually features dragon longboat races on its first day. Royal boat races have been held in Cambodia since at least the time of King Jayavarman VII to celebrate the victory of the Khmer navy over Cham invaders from the Champa kingdom in a large boat battle on the Tonle Sap Lake.

During the Longvek period of the 16th and 17th centuries, King Ang Chan I appointed Ponhea Yat as the “earth-guardian” in Kampuchea Krom’s Bassac district and he organised the navy into three groups to defend the region from invasion by the Da Viet kingdom under ruler Mac Dang Dung.