3 days 2 nights tour in Sihanoukville

Cambodia has an interesting culture, with many attractions and tourist attractions that attract millions of visitors every year. Not only the modern and brilliant capital Phnom Penh or the mysterious Siem Reap with historical ruins, but the “country of pagodas” also has a Sihanoukville which is likened to “Cambodia’s own Maldives”. If you want to travel to Sihanoukville, this is the article for you!


1. About Sihanoukville

Sihanoukville is a port city in southern Cambodia, named after former Cambodian King Norodom Sihanouk. It has the only deep-water port in Cambodia and owns beautiful beaches surrounding the city such as Victory Beach, Lamherkay Beach, Koh Pos Beach, Independence Beach, Sokha Beach, Serendipity Beach, Ochheuteal Beach, and Otres Beach.

Tourists everywhere like to travel to Sihanoukville because the sea here is light, and calm, with fine white sand and absolutely no shells, shells, rubble or broken coral. Each beach has its own charm: a crowded place with restaurants and eateries; a place of peace and quiet; A place filled with attractive entertainment services.

Surrounding Sihanoukville is more than a dozen islands. The island has bustling fishing villages, the island has beautiful coral reefs. When traveling to Sihanoukville, you will experience taking a boat to the beach, diving to see the coral, or spending the night on the ship. Thanks to the beautiful nature, and diverse tourism and entertainment services, Sihanoukville is a name that often appears in Cambodia tours. Vietnam is ranked second in terms of tourists to Cambodia, you know?


2. The best time to travel to Sihanoukville

Cambodia’s climate has 2 seasons, rainy and sunny. The sunny season from November last year to April next year is the time when Sihanoukville welcomes the most tourists. Those with Sihanoukville travel experience revealed that October and November are the most ideal times for swimming, participating in beach games, and outdoor BBQ parties.

The remaining months of the dry season are also great for you to make your trip. But the rainy season that lasts from May to October does not seem to be very suitable. Sihanoukville is a port city, and most of the tourist attractions here are associated with the sea and islands. If traveling in the rainy season, the risk that you have to spend most of your time in a hotel room is very high.


3. Itinerary 3 days 2 nights in Sihanoukville



Passionate Travel’s car and guide will pick you up at the rendezvous point, depart for Moc Bai, and stop for breakfast in Trang Bang.

Arrive at the border gate to guide the group through the border gate to get on the bus to Sihanoukville, return to Sihanoukville, check in at the hotel, and have lunch.



The car will take you to visit Sihanoukville Beach and participate in sea games such as surfing, Canoeing, and Parachuting.

Otres Beach

Otres Sea is a beach that still retains its original wild beauty and seems to be unaffected by commercialization. The semicircular white sandy beach is up to 3km long, and the clear blue water blends with the deep blue sky. On the beach, there are also boat rentals, kayaks, and windsurfing services for you to enjoy. There are many small fishing villages located close to the sea, if you are interested you can visit to learn about the life of fishermen.



 You can take a walk on the beach or visit the Western Quarter in Sihanoukville at night.




The tour guide will carry out the procedures to lead the group to the next destination. That is: Koh Rong Island and Koh Rong Samloem

It is really a pity if during your Sihanoukville trip you forget to visit Koh Rong and Koh Rong Samloem islands. Both these islands possess beautiful unspoiled seascapes with crystal clear blue water and smooth white sand shores. You can experience a night on the island because there are many beautiful resorts here. What’s more poetic than diving and watching the coral to your heart’s content here?



This is the time to rest and freely explore the fresh seafood dishes on the island. Most of the dishes in Sihanoukville are quite easy to eat. Cambodian cuisine is quite rich, so if you don’t have a suggestion, you will definitely have to be “dizzy” when choosing that dish. Here are some certain dishes to try when traveling to Sihanoukville!


Serendipity Sea Seafood

It will not be difficult for you to enjoy fresh seafood in the port city of Sihanoukville as well as on Korong Island. Along the coast, there are street vendors or small seafood restaurants with affordable prices but impeccable quality. Grilled lobster, steamed crab, steamed crab, grilled snail, steamed squid… all kinds. In the evening, you can enjoy a seafood BBQ party right on the beach.



This is the time for you to experience the Western-style bars on the island. Most of these restaurants and bars serve a variety of drinks from Europe such as draft beer or cocktails to local beers.




You can wake up early to swim and walk on the beach. The car takes the group to have breakfast, check out of the hotel, and depart for Sihanoukville



Arriving in Sihanoukville, the group will take you to visit the traditional market systems and shop for souvenirs at the market.

Popular souvenirs in Sihanoukville include


Krama scarf (Khmer scarf)

This can be a souvenir chosen by many people in the country of temples. Partly because the bandana is extremely diverse in color, partly because this scarf, whether used for sun protection or all-season, is very good. Most importantly, the price of the bandana is very affordable, in the market, usually, small merchants will say the price from $3 to $5 for one. But you absolutely can own a towel for $ 2, even if you bargain smartly and buy a lot (about 10 pieces), the towel can cost as little as $ 1.5 (about 35,000 VND). Worth considering right and wrong?


Silverware, silver plated

In Cambodia’s large markets, there are many interestingly crafted silver and silver-plated items, with many items and designs such as bracelets, bowls, cups, jewelry trays, and Buddha statues. In general, these items are very eye-catching, however, these titles all sell silver and silver-plated items at the same time, so in addition to asking the seller, it will be difficult for tourists to distinguish. The price of each item is different, but all can default. You could deal all down from 30 to 50% of the original price.



End the tour at the last stop in Ho Chi Minh City. Goodbye and See You Again.


Hopefully, with this exciting schedule of Passionate Travel, it will help you have a memorable experience in the coastal city of Sihanoukville


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