Tag Archive | Kep Province

Khmer Language Learning Next Season at Don Bosco Kep

Dear all, we are near the opening of a new season of Don Bosco Kep Khmer Language Learning for foreigners based in the Kingdom of Cambodia. Kep Province is probably a great environment to learn Khmer:

  • It is an peaceful, beautiful, eco-friendly place with beaches, islands, hills, National Park, caves, pagodas, fisher villages, salt production, crabs and rice fields.
  • Studying at Don Bosco means to have the opportunity to practice with Cambodian young people and get the best Khmer Conversation from the most authentic Cambodian rural communities.


The classic course with the best Cambodian Language Study every created by Dr. Huffman. Get the book for the course. Get also a USB for audios of the lessons.

Here some orientations for your peruse: Read More…

Tour to Rabbit Island in Kep

Ticket Koh Tunsay

The price to visit Tunsay Island (Rabbit Island) at Kep Province, is just 7 USD as far as March 2016 in the public boat. You can buy the ticket at the counter of the Kep port a day before your excursion. The boat leaves at about 9:00. A good lunch has a prize of 5 USD. The boat returns at 16:00, but you can stay the night in a bungalow. A real wonderful place.

Going to Rabbit Island

Kep Trade Fair 2015

Cambodian pop star Keo Veasna, one of the artists invited to the 2015 version of the Kep Fare Trade. 

The long weekend made by the Cambodian Independence Day on Monday, 9th of November, has a lot of fun in Kep Province this year with its already traditional Trade Fair, possibly the 8th version, though the number is not written in the promotions. The event marks also the beginning of the Tourist High Season in Cambodia (November – May), that is a very important time for those Cambodian regions included as travelers’ destinations like Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Kep, Kampot, Koh Kong and the natural environments of Ratanakiri and Mondolkiri.

The Cambodian Independence Day has a deeply meaning in Kep, because the town was a French foundation at the beginning of the 20th century and used by the Colonial elite as a holidays’ area. The Province, now the smallest of Cambodia, keeps its own version of the Phnom Penh’s Independence Monument.  Read More…

Christmas greetings from Kep Province

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