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Phnom Kampong Trach Cave

Kompong Trach, Kep 07503, Cambodia
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Must use a guide!

At first we couldn't find the place until this little man came along and helped us. He then... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Marijn K
Eersel, The Netherlands
via mobile
No must have

Caves, nothing special. A bit off the tracks. Anoying people around the caves who want to be your... read more

Reviewed 27 January 2017
Christian L
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Kompong Trach, Kep 07503, Cambodia

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

At first we couldn't find the place until this little man came along and helped us. He then instantly became our guide which I'm sure of made our experience ten times better. the cave wasn't really this special but he showed us all kinds of...More

Thank Marijn K
Reviewed 27 January 2017

Caves, nothing special. A bit off the tracks. Anoying people around the caves who want to be your guide for about 10$. Didn't like the behavior of this gentleman. Only nice guy was the deaf man, really. Although he can't speak a word he tried...More

Thank Christian L
Reviewed 29 November 2016 via mobile

It was there in Kep I really love it, it's a unique place and it's also interesting with the story from the local young children, it was my beautiful time in Kep

Thank Channa A
Reviewed 26 October 2016

On the way to Kep, we stop by to visit this place. I know very little about this place. It's very nice and I spent very short time to walk around, it is not big. Over crowd during Pchum Ben holiday. Definitely be back there...More

Thank Sophenneary O
Reviewed 17 September 2016 via mobile

We visited this cave by chance as we know little about it. The limestone cave is not as grand as those around Halong Bay but does have its own charm. The surrounding holds provide some memorable scenery but the cave itself presented an almost surreal...More

1  Thank Wendy H
Reviewed 31 August 2016

Riding bike from Kep to these caves was real fun. Wasnt too crowded. There were english speaking guides who told mythical stories about the caves.

Thank Amit K
Reviewed 7 August 2016

Some historical value, but doubt on the authenticity of the stories. Recent KR stories are true. Give the local kids a a tip some speak decent english.

Thank Marc D
Reviewed 4 August 2016

This area is another example of adventure hidden in plain sight in an area many tourists wrongly dismiss as "boring Kampot and Kep." In this case, the cave openings, and there are many, dotting the higher elevation areas of the mountains are literally right in...More

1  Thank TouristATM
Reviewed 3 July 2016

The caves were OK but really not that interesting. Some parts of the cave have paint on the walls and they are really not all that outstanding to see. The local school kids tag along as 'guides' with torches and hence you pay them a...More

Thank Snookystraveltips
Reviewed 3 July 2016 via mobile

We made a day of it and hired moto's in Kep - got lost - kept riding - got found - had a great noodle lunch just near the entrance and had a wonderful day with our 4 sons. Make sure to get a local...More

Thank Kroybazza
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Baignade possible.?
3 January 2017|
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e suis vraiment confuse, je viens de me rendre compte que j avais donné mes impessions de Phnom Chnork pour Kompong Trach. Bien sur, les 2 sites n ont rien a voir. Kompong Trach est de plain pied, donc pas fatigant du tout par contre il faut bien une lampe de poche. C est un joli endroit, la route est assez poussiereuse mas en bon etat et le paysage est un ravissement. Ceci étant, vous pouvez aussi aller a Phnom Chnork et utiliser l avis ci-dessus. Bonne ballade !!!
31 December 2014|
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