Sihanoukville & The South Coast Travel Guide

Where to Visit in Cambodia: Tourist Destinations in Cambodia. Travel Guides to Siem Reap & Angkor, Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville and Battambang & Tonlé Sap.

Sihanoukville: White Beaches and Tropical Islands

Sihanoukville: White Beaches and Tropical Islands
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yAV9JVbT34 Short History of Sihanoukville The short rise of Sihanoukville; the birth of a port Cambodia managed to get a brief glimpse on independence in the 50’s. Under the newly gained impression of peace and self-rule, prior to the coup d'état in 1970, the port of Sihanoukville – named after king Norodom Sihanouk...

What to do in Sihanoukville, the Cambodian Seaside

What to do in Sihanoukville, the Cambodian Seaside
You should plan your itinerary, depending on the number of days you want to spend in Sihanoukville. If you happen to dedicate one single day for this location, you should focus on the beaches, because they provide a fast insight on the area. That way, you’ll be able to experience...

White Beaches and Wild Islands: Best Attractions in Sihanoukville

White Beaches and Wild Islands: Best Attractions in Sihanoukville
If you’re in Cambodia and you’ve decided to visit the South, Sihanoukville is your best shot. This distant place with a particular atmosphere is so connected to nature that you won’t be able to make a clear distinction in terms of beauty and relevance between the beaches you will see...

How to Make the Most of Sihanoukville: Top Activities

How to Make the Most of Sihanoukville: Top Activities
Due to the specific of this area, focused on beaches, you should split your activities between the places regular tourists would visit, sun baths, and, last but not least, special activities. Acting in such a manner would bring you benefits, because you’ll be able to see many ...

The Pearl of Asia Today: Phnom Penh

The Pearl of Asia Today: Phnom Penh
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48YjOuN7KNY By the end of the first half of the last century, Phnom Penh was no more than a large town, comprising about 350,000 citizens. The “Pearl of Asia”, as it was called, was an exotic combination of French architecture, geometrical urban planning, and Khmer rural landscapes. This rather particular structure...

What to do in Phnom Penh, the Heart of Cambodia

What to do in Phnom Penh, the Heart of Cambodia
In Phnom Penh, itineraries are almost arbitrary. This happens because there’s no such thing as perfect decision when it comes to what to do in the capital of Cambodia. And this is not only true for one or a couple of days; it’s equally valid for longer stays. Ironically, Phnom Penh...