Apr 27

ePostcard from: Kep, Cambodia

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Kep is a small fishing village about 30 minutes east of sleepy Kampot. Not much happens in Kep but it is a nice peaceful place to go to too view the beautiful coastline and even take a little boat over to the small island of Koh Tonsay or as it is normally referred to as Rabbit Island.

Kepmis famous for one other thing and that is its daily Crab Market. Crab fresh out of the sea can be purchased for as little as $4 and throw in an extra dollar and it is cooked for you right there. Grab an ice cold glass of Cambodia or Angkor beer, some freshly cooked Crab with Chili or Kampot Pepper/Lime sauce and sit back enjoying the beautiful sunsets off the Khmer coast and you will be in heaven…..

 

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One Response to “ePostcard from: Kep, Cambodia”

  1. From Norbert Klein:

    You mentioned even “Crab with … Kampot Pepper” – whoever will come to Kep or want to know more about it, you can read more here, and visit:

    http://mykampotpepper.asia

    Norbert

    Posted on 1 October, 2013 at 03:46 #

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