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Sihanoukville Excursions

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Visit a bird breeding sanctuary, stop at a pepper farm, admire a picturesque Buddhist temple, observe local fishing customs, and more on this exciting tour of Sihanoukville’s countryside and nature attractions.

Shore Excursion Size: Standard

Shore Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic

Food/Beverage: Lunch, Bottled Water Included

Activity Level: Easy

Shore Excursion Duration: 7 Hours

Price: $149.00
See the best Sihanoukville has to offer and discover its storied past on a relaxing tour of this popular seaside city.

Shore Excursion Size: Standard

Shore Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic

Food/Beverage: Lunch, Bottled Water Included

Activity Level: Easy

Shore Excursion Duration: 7 Hours

Price: Starting at $104.62/person
Enjoy the highlights of Sihanoukville without the crowds thanks to this private sightseeing tour.

Shore Excursion Size: Private

Shore Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic

Food/Beverage: Lunch, Bottled Water Included

Activity Level: Easy

Shore Excursion Duration: 7 Hours

Price: Starting at $118.47/person
Visit a bird breeding sanctuary, stop at a pepper farm, admire a picturesque Buddhist temple, observe local fishing customs, and more on this exciting private tour of Sihanoukville’s countryside and nature attractions.

Shore Excursion Size: Private

Shore Excursion Type: Cultural, Scenic

Food/Beverage: Lunch, Bottled Water Included

Activity Level: Easy

Shore Excursion Duration: 7 Hours

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. Thanks to a surrounding coastline of white-sand beaches this is Cambodia's most happening sun-sloth destination. Named in honor of the then head-of-state, Sihanoukville (Kong Preah Sihanouk; also known as Kompong Som) was hacked out of the jungle in the late 1950s to create Cambodia's first and only deep-water port, strategically vital because it meant that the country's international trade no longer had to pass through Vietnam's Mekong Delta.