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  • Sihanoukvile
    Sihanoukvile
  • Sihanoukvile
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  • Sihanoukvile
    Sihanoukvile
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    Sihanoukvile
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    Sihanoukvile

Sihanoukvile

Brief Introduction:
Sihanoukville is a province in southwest Cambodia known for its beaches, tropical islands and the mangrove jungles of Ream National Park. Set around a deep-water port on a peninsula jutting into the Gulf of Thailand, the provincial capital of Sihanoukville is lined with palm-fringed beaches, seafood restaurants and late-night bars. Overlooking the capital is the hilltop Buddhist temple of Wat Leu. You definitely wouldn’t to miss out on this tropical vacation gem.

Weather:
Situated at 10 degrees north latitude, Sihanoukville sits in a warm, tropical marine climate. There are three distinct seasons: the cool and dry season from mid-November to February, the hot and dry season from February into the end of May, and the rainy wet season from June into November.

Best time to go:
The cool and dry season from November into February is considered by many to be the best time to visit, and is indeed the peak season for holiday-makers. The days don't see the extreme heat of the hot season, and the nights get quite cool (by tropical standards). The weather mid-day is nice and warm, and the nights bring a pleasant cool. The temperature will rarely dip below 20°C (68°F), nor rise much higher than 28°C (82°F).

 Hotel Options

Sokha Beach Resort (5 Star) http://www.sokhahotels.com/sihanoukville/

WHY STAY AT THIS HOTEL
The Sokha Beach Resort in Sihanoukville is set on landscaped beachfront gardens adjoined to its own private, 1.5 kilometer sandy beach. The low-rise, Khmer-styled architecture, crafted in wood and stones to create a warm rustic ambience, blends perfectly with its natural surroundings. Ideal for families, the hotel has a comprehensive selection of water sports, recreational facilities, and daily organized adult and child activities, while the Jasmine Spa offers a holistic treatment approach.

     With private beach
     30 minutes to the airport
     Best for families (With kids club and pool)


Golden Sea Beach Hotel (4 Star) http://www.goldenseahotels.com/

WHY STAY AT THIS HOTEL
Just 50 m from the peaceful sands of Victory Beach, Golden Sea provides spacious rooms overlooking the city or the sea. It features an outdoor pool with pool bar and a day spa. Golden Sea Hotel & Casino is a 5-minute drive from the city center and Hawaii Beach. The hotel also houses a casino, karaoke rooms and a tour desk.

     With beach access
     30 minutes to the airport
     Has onsite casino

 Flight schedule

We can check the flight schedule and availability as per your request.

 Notes
  • Dollars, dollars, everywhere, but you can't spend them all. Be careful when accepting large bills, as there are a few counterfeits out there. Also be warned: U.S. dollars ($5 and up) with small rips, writing on the bill, or too old will not be accepted anywhere. Don't accept it from anyone, don't expect other people to take this money from you either. Cambodian currency, the Riel, can be torn, taped, or look like it was printed at Angkor Wat 1,000 years ago, and it's still OK to use.
     
  • Medical services are very basic in Sihanoukville, and a bit better in Phnom Penh. Malaria is common in the jungles, but not in Sihanoukville. Most all drugs can be purchased over the counter at dozens of pharmacies in town. The SihanoukVille Hospital is also open 24 hours, as are a couple dozen other clinics and hospitals.
     
  • You can get your Cambodian Visa at most overland borders and at the 2 international airports, (for citizens of most countries), if you don't have one already. A tourist visa costs $20 (plus whatever else they can get out of you), and you must have 2 photos. It's good for 30 days and can be renewed once, while you're in the country, for another 30 days at around $55.
     
  • Cambodia is a Buddhist country. Monks walk around in the morning, collecting food and money to maintain the Wats (Buddhist Temples). Most people light incense in their homes and businesses in the evenings. The Cambodian people are generally very polite and respectful, and expect the same in return. They also joke a lot. The Buddhist religion is very tolerant of all views.
     
  • If you have any problem or disagreement here, best to smile and speak quietly and politely. Showing anger or disrespect is only likely to cause more trouble.

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