Cambodian Islands Ream National Park
The picturesque islands scattered across the turquiose waters of the Gulf of Thailand are some of Cambodia's last pristine spots. None have paved roads, cash machines or 24 hour electricity, but what the islands lack in amenities they more than make up for in natural beauty.
Whether you're looking for an all-night party or an underwater adventure among pristine coral reefs, Cambodia's got an island for all types and all budgets.
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Only 15 mins ride from Otres Village this large park offers potential trekking in primary forest, invigorating boat trips through coastal mangrove and long stretches of unspoilt beach. Dispite the protected status, Ream is gravely endangered by planned tourist development, especially along its coastline. By visiting, you can demonstrate that the park, in its natural state, is not only priceless to humanity but also a valuable economic resource for Sihanoukville.
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