Visit Kampot Province

Kampot Province is a coastal province in Cambodia, located on the Gulf of Thailand. It is known for its stunning beaches along the coast, as well as its rivers and mountains inland. This area has become increasingly popular with tourists looking to experience traditional Cambodian culture and unique local sights.

The Phnom Chhnork caves are a must-see in Kampot Province, with ancient ruins dating back to the Neolithic era. The Bokor National Park provides visitors with breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and wildlife, including elephants, monkeys and tigers. At Kep Beach you can relax on white sand while enjoying fresh seafood and other regional specialties at local restaurants nearby.

Kampot Province has a rich history - it was once home to French colonizers who built many structures throughout the region during their stay from 1863-1953. In addition to this colonial influence, there are also several temples in Kampot that date back over 1,000 years!