Photos and Description of this 5 bedroom holiday home in Kep
5 bedroom house in the countryside on the boundary of the National Park of Kep, no neighbors.
Kep is a municipality in Cambodia with the status of province. Located a few kilometers from Ha Tien, the border with Vietnam, was once the most popular and most prestigious coastal city of Cambodia, but has experienced hard times in recent times. From the early 1900s until the 1960s, Kep was a thriving resort town for the French and Cambodian elite. During the Khmer Rouge period, many houses and French colonial villas in Kep were destroyed. Many villas in Kep are abandoned, but some of the former glory of the city is always apparent.
The ocean is lined with wide sidewalks and large statues. King Norodom Sihanouk there built a home overlooking the Gulf of Thailand, but it has never been occupied and is now empty. the beaches are made of mangrove and black rocks and a beach has been set as white sand in Sihanoukville. Several islands lie off the coast, Koh Thonsáy ('Island of Rabbits') is just a short boat ride away. The city is renowned for its seafood - particularly the crab which is served with green pepper Kampot
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