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Kampot is a quiet, peaceful place that is quickly gaining a reputation as Cambodia’s number one tourist chill out.
Most Western tourists and visitors probably have no idea that Kampot is also practically synonymous with durian. That might explain the prominent setting of Kampot’s durian statue, the roundabout in the center of town.
Kampot is a city in southern Cambodia and the capital of Kampot Province.
It is situated at the Praek Tuek Chhu river southeast of the Elephant Mountains / Preah Monivong Bokor National Park and around 5 km (3 mi) from the Gulf of Thailand.
Kampot was the capital of the Circonscription Résidentielle de Kampot under French rule and Cambodia’s (Kingdom of Wonder) most important sea port after the loss of the Mekong Delta and before the establishment of Sihanoukville.
Its center is unlike most Cambodian provincial capitals composed of 19th-century French colonial architecture. The region and town are well known for the high quality pepper, which is being exported worldwide. It is also known for its Kampot fish sauce and durian.
The boardwalk starts at the new bridge and goes about 2 km south, along the old bridge and all the guest houses and restaurants, to the fitness equipment.
A meeting point to relax.
The best time to see the pond is early morning. The flowers bloom every morning and then close when the day starts.
Lotus is also widely used in the cuisine of the region. The big leaves are used to wrap food for steaming, while the stems, seed pods and seeds are all eaten.
The two islands were decorated with beautiful sculptures.
Kampot pepper is a cultivar of pepper (piper nigrum) grown and produced in Kampot Province, Cambodia.
It is a certified appellation of origin product since 2010.
The climate of Kampot Province offers perfect conditions for growing pepper. The growing conditions are only one of several elements of importance to the production of Kampot pepper. Knowledge of pepper cultivation and production has been handed down from generation to generation in Kampot Province since at least the 13th century.
Price/kg : 40000 Riel (March 2019)
mobile Stations are near all public areas and open 24/7
Post Office :
Mo – Fr : 08:00 am – 12:00 am
02:00 pm – 05:00 pm
Museum : $2
Mo – Fr : 08:00 am – 11:30 am
02:00 pm – 05:30 pm