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Sihanoukville province is situated at the coast of the Gulf of Thailand and occupies an area of 2536 km. It includes the foot of the Elephant Mountains and the nearby peninsula.
The beaches, a National Park and a few pristine islands are the assets that attract visitors. A small group of islands dots the south and west coasts.
Sihanoukville province borders Koh Kong in the North, Kampong Speu in the West, Kampot province in the East and the Gulf of Thailand at the South.
It can be reached from Phnom Penh via National Highway No 4, National Highway No 3 leads to and from Kampot Province and National Highway No 48 that goes into Koh Kong Province.
Characteristics of Sihanoukville Province
The province is composed of 2 urban centers - Sihanoukville and Veal Rinh in Prey Nob district, which is located 46 km north of Sihanoukville town.
Key Areas in the Province include:
Beaches in Sihanoukville
Prey Nob is mostly a rural and agricultural district.
Stung Hauv district located in the northwest is the largest fishery sector.
Kampong Seila is still pretty much under development.
Mittakpheap district is situated in the south end of the province.
Sihanoukville is a coastal province composing of many beaches. These are the main beaches where tourism is at its busiest but does not include the islands and the riverside areas.
Ochheuteal Beach (translating to Creek/Estuary of the Tiel tree) is a 3.3 km strip of white sand lined with Tamarisk and Casuarina trees.
The Northern part of the beach is surrounded by middle-class hotels and high-profile residences while the Southern half remains undeveloped except for a few hotels in the far end.
Serendipity Beach is approximately 600 m long and is located at the north end of Ochheuteal Beach.
This area is very popular with tourists and backpackers. Hotels and guesthouses are available for every budget, restaurants offer a wide variety of food options and the night scene is busiest in this area of the beach.
Otres Beach is around 4.6 km long and located at the southern end of Ochheuteal Beach. The white sand strip is less developed and commercialized than Ochheuteal Beach and has developed into a preferred lodging place for Western visitors.
Otres beach is divided into 3 main areas:
Otres 1 is about 2 km of hotels and beach shacks. Although not as popular as Serendipity beach, Otres 1 is the usual option for tourists who wanted a quieter version of the party atmosphere in Serendipity.
Long beach is the undeveloped park area
Otres 2 is comprised of shacks and large hotels along the beach and adjoining river.
Sokha Beach is 1.2 km long and may be found west of Serendipity Beach. It is privately owned and half occupied by Sokha Beach Hotel.
The beach is well kept and facilities are provided, but visitors are required to pay for their use and vendors are not allowed.
Sihanoukville (Krong Preah Sihanouk), also known as "Kampong Som", is the capital city of Sihanoukville Province. It is located at the tip of an elevated peninsula along the Gulf of Thailand in the southwest portion of Cambodia.
The city is surrounded by a string of beaches along the coastline and marshlands bordering the Ream National Park in the east. It is also home to the mangrove-lined Ou Trojak Jet river which runs from Otres pagoda to the Otres coastline.
Ongoing Developments in Sihanoukville
Currently, development in the province is underway with strings of hotels and business establishments being opened almost daily.
Although the town center is already packed with restaurants, bars, casinos, and hotels, there is still a huge opportunity for investment in the coastal towns surrounding Sihanoukville.
Huge tracts of land that are ready to be converted to residential and commercial complexes are already available for rent and sale.
With tourism expected to rise in the next few years, Sihanoukville is a safe investment opportunity for both foreigners and locals alike.