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Koh Ouen Private Island, Koh Rong Archipelago, Near Sihanoukville, Cambodia

There is an increasing trend of eco-empowered sustainability in the travel industry. In Cambodia, they are leading the way to make ecologically restorative development a reality and this resort is very much associated with that trend.

Song Saav Private Island is located in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. This tropical paradise has been a favorite of celebrities, VIPs and famous people for years.

Sihanoukville is a great place for nature lovers! It has many attractions, with a couple of well-known places being the city of Kampot. It’s 5 km inland on the banks of the River Tuk Chhou and serves as a base for exploring Bokor National Park in the Elephant Mountains.

Why travel to Koh Rong Archipelago, Cambodia?

Koh Rong is a remote island with only one main settlement, and the beaches are stunning. The island is relatively untouched by tourism, which means that it’s not crowded and you can get a true sense of what life on the island is like.

The best time to go to Koh Rong is during the dry season from November-April. This time of year you can enjoy more sunshine and less rainy days. There are also fewer mosquitos so it’s easier to enjoy activities without getting bitten all over

What is there to do in Koh Rong Archipelago, Cambodia?

The Koh Rong Archipelago is a group of islands in Cambodia. It is one of the most popular destinations in the world for backpackers, because of its natural beauty and proximity to other countries.

The archipelago consists of 16 islands with a total area of about 100 square kilometers (39 square miles). The main island, Koh Rong, has a population of about 2,000 people and an area of 12.2 square kilometers (4.7 square miles).

There are many activities that you can do in Koh Rong Archipelago. For example – you can go snorkeling or diving to see the coral reefs that are home to thousands of tropical fish and other marine life; kayaking or cycling around the island; visit one or more nearby villages; visit the Paradise Hill Resort; hike up Mount Kompong Trabek to see spectacular views over the entire archipelago; have a picnic on one of the beaches; and more. 

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