Hotels In Kep
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A seaside retreat for the French elite in the 1960s, Kep suffered at the hands of the Khmer Rouge who destroyed many of the opulent villas. Today the town is returning to its former glory and its relaxed ambience, delicious seafood and spectacular sunsets more than make up for the lack of beaches. A short boat ride away, Koh Tonsai (Rabbit Island) offers stunning white sands while inland the charming riverside town of Kampot is renowned for its excellent pepper and fine colonial buildings.
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This gorgeous coastal retreat is situated a short walk from the crab market in the sleepy village of Kep.
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