This is not an attraction it is just a concrete statue on the shore. There are few others on the seafront. Don't make special effort to see it. The walk along the seafront is worth it...
Original welcome sign to the town of Kep, but nothing more then that. If you pass here you can take a cool picture
We were driving a long the coast, and there it was in the sea. Not worth driving there just to see the statue, but the coastline is wonderful and it's on the way to the port where boats to Koh Tonsay leaves- so you're bound to see it anyway!
For an Australian this symbol of the Provence as a familiar look when compared to other city mascots in Cambodia - it looks like one of our own big mascots, think giant prawn, giant merino. While kitsch it is worth the visit, you rally can't miss it if you spend any time looking at the water front and beaches.
The biggest crab statue I have ever seen and provides easy access for a unique photo opportunity. Visible from the road, it's a short walking distance to the statue and with the ocean as a backdrop it's a nice setting.
Three years ago, this not so little crab was stranded on the beach. It's good to see him finally make it to the sea, where he rightfully belongs. This statue should be revered, as it is the symbol of Kep. Let he who comes to Kep and not sample the crab, cast the first disrespectful review. Viva Le Crabe!
i have a wonderful picture with this crab statue...it is lovely..but it was damn hot all the time in cambodia,,,i cud just take a view pics from faraway.,..
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