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It is a wonder that so few people visit Cambodia’s southern provinces. The landscape contrasts highly created by green quilt of rice paddies, the looming crags of the Cardamom and Elephant mountain ranges and a palm-fringed coastline. Thanks to heavy forest cover, the presence of the mountains and the lack of roads, only add to its charm. Key products of this region are durian, watermelon and coconuts, pepper and salt.
Most visitors come to the south to visit Sihanoukville. Its coastline is scalloped with gently shelving, tree-fringed white-sand beaches, and misty islands looming enticingly out at sea. But don’t expect deserted beaches here as the town is attracting increasing numbers of party-animals. If you are looking for a more isolated place go and visit the island of Koh Rong. Diving and snorkeling is excellent both off the beach and at sites nearby. But above all the best attraction is the phosphorescent water which sparkles when disturbed like twinkling stars.
Kampong Cham (near Phnom Penh), Cambodia
Pang Na (40 km from Phnom Penh), Cambodia
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Siem reap, Cambodia