Le Soleil d'Or

20 Road Moui Ousaphea Village, Kampot, 0000, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 20 Road Moui Ousaphea Village, Kampot, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Kampot


A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Aug 02, 2014

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... t long before our rides were slipping and sliding along a mud road. As one broke down we got off to see the rest of the road was a shallow river. We walked to the village and gateway to the mountain. The small stream there was now a raging torrent and at 6am a family had lost everything when their home and shop was swept away. Our track led through the white water into a banana plantation and was inaccessible. We needed a new plan, Emma entertained with some singing while Hero ...

Vietnam- Good Morning Vietnam!!!

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on Jul 12, 2014

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... day. All 3 of us plus another guy we had met from the US were quick to line up for rock climbing. Due to most people being drunk, there wasn't many participating in this activity. The rock climbing was quite difficult and made my forearms burn. At that moment I felt the side affects of not having a consistent workout routine while travelling; feeling weak sucks. During my second session of trying to get to the top of the most difficult climbing route, I heard some guy yelling for help ...

Culinary delights in Kampot and Kep

A travel blog entry by nikki.yates86 on Jun 16, 2014

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On leaving the island we headed to find a bus to Kampot, they were all full, so we got a taxi for the 2 hour journey, at $35 we figured it was worth it to get away from the coast town and get on to the next place. (buses cost $6)

We headed to Kampot, a town still near the coast line further south and our final Cambodian destination, famous for it's black pepper, said to be the best in the world. We had booked into a villa property on the river in ...


A travel blog entry by jgazz on May 25, 2014

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... some ruins from the Khmer Rouge days as well as a modern casino. The drive up the mountain was fantastic and the view was truly amazing. We spent the following day driving to Kep, we visited the crab market, the NP, the beaches and caves. Again we witnessed some of the most amazing electrical storms and most beautiful sunsets and as always cheap yummy food was eaten and lots of drinks were ...

Snakes, Rats and Saviour Cats

A travel blog entry by crystal83 on Apr 11, 2014

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... Also, a copy of George Orwells Burmese Days had been kindly left behind. Score!!
The dining area was over the river with the convenience of diving straight from it into the river. Which was fantastic until on two occasions I saw snakes swimming past.

Kampot itself is small enough to easily cover by foot in a couple of hours with a few statues and historical buildings to see. There is not much to Kampot but it has ...