Discover Sihanoukville on a Private Tour and Recharge Your Batteries
Discover the palm-fringed beaches of Sihanoukville discover Sihanoukville on a private tour and recharge your batteries.
After the dust and craziness of Cambodia's cities and villages what could be more welcoming than the sight of the sparkling sea indeed a sight for sore eyes....
This small Peninsula town of Sihanoukville on the Gulf of Thailand offers a welcome break in your private tour.
Welcome to Cambodia's most famous coastal city and its stunning tropical islands, mangrove jungles, and palm fringed beaches…check in and check out one of the secluded beaches for a well-earned beer and recharge your batteries…
Top 10 Things to Do in Sihanoukville
Gateway to a Private Tour of Stunning Tropical Islands and Beaches
Take a private tour out to some of the most stunning tropical islands lying just a 2-hour boat trip away and Sihanoukville is the place to hop on one of the small boats making the trip out. Most of them are hardly inhabited and have pristine beaches and you will probably wish you had longer there before making the journey back to resort.
Make a custom tour of the Coral reefs and warm waters make this an excellent scuba diving and snorkelling resort
Beautiful secluded beaches for recharging your batteries and soaking up some rays
Buggy tours of the surrounding countryside...see the real Cambodia...
Stunning waterfall set in a stunning landscape and a short distance by tuk-tuk
Shopping for souveniers or original traditional handicrafts.
Travel Tips for Sihanoukville
Over eager agents may well tell you that there is never a wrong time to visit the area and although this is probably true you may well find that you are not able to visit or do the things you have planned. Dry months are from November to February when it is not overly hot but also can become crowded. June to October is monsoon season but showers are normally brief and so can also be a welcome break if you don’t mind mud and lots of it.
Hostels are very popular and cheap and ideal for backpackers about 5,000-40,000 KHR per night, but there are also many hotels ranging from 50,000-60,000 KHR per night and maybe more if you want a pool. Food is cheap and there are loads of choices from street stalls at 8,000-12,000 to restaurants for 20,000-29,000 KHR. Hire cars are cheap and readily available with a driver as a tour guide about 100,000 KHR.
Remember to dress appropriately especially in temples where your attire or lack of could offend. Take comfortable shoes preferably waterproof if travelling during monsoon season. Traffic rules exist but are rarely adhered to so be extra careful especially when crossing roads. Mosquito repellant is a must and try to cover up as much as possible. Use tuk-tuk or other transportation recommended by your hotel. Bring US$ as these are widely accepted ever.
The months of January to March are the rainy season and are the best time to visit. During this period discounts in the accommodation are good as the weather is sometimes unsuitable for sightseeing. Between April and October, the temperature rises to 40 degrees and the rain has begun to taper off. High season is classed as November to February with cooler windy weather and average temps in the 30s.