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Kampot’s charm lies in the relaxed vibe and colonial architecture, which lines its streets and the attractive river front. This ambience has become an infectious basis for its rise in popularity with travellers over recent years
Established as a French colonialists’ retreat from Cambodia’s relentless humidity, and once known as the ‘St. Tropez of South-East Asia’, the glamorous resort town of Kep is a unique locale in Cambodia.
From the early 1900’s on, Kep became the St. Tropez of South-East Asia while Kampot turned into a beautiful port town. Sihanoukville on the contrary was established in 1955 along with the independence of Cambodia.
Ha Tien on the border in Vietnam is a quiet, but attractive small town, with a surprising number of sights for visitors. Battambang, the leading rice producer presents some of the best preserved French colonial architecture