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Sihanoukville to Kampot Province Tour - See Kampot Pepper Farm & more

Kampot is a charming southern Cambodian town in Sihanoukville. Tour the renowned salt and pepper farms and enjoy the views of the countryside.
  • Departure: Sihanoukville
  • Type:
  • Duration: Approximately 8 hours
  • Meeting time: Approximately 08:00
  • Meeting point: At your hotel lobby
Highlights
  • Tour the famous pepper farms
  • Visit a salt factory
  • Walk through a lively market
  • Admire the French architecture
  • Experience a melting pot of cultures
  • Learn about Kampot history
Tour Options
Pick up
The pick-up time at your hotel varies based on your hotel location and traffic.Pick up and drop off service is available for hotel in city center. If you are not sure where your hotel is please put exact name of your hotel and our team will get back to you with a suggestion.Guests stay outside of city center will be advised an additional surcharge (if any) subject to distance. This surcharge customers to pay on spot to a tour guide or driver.
General
The itinerary might be subject to possibly change due to weather local conditions without a notice in advance.
Includes
  • Vehicle
  • Gas
  • Lunch
  • Entrance fee
  • Guide (English)
  • Driver
Excludes
  • Other expense
  • Tips

What are some of the best things to do in Kampot? Visit this unique French-style city, see Kampot Pepper Farm & more

Your day will begin bright and early as you make your way to Kampot, a fascinating town with a rich history. Here, you will tour the famous Cambodian pepper farms, salt farm, and a lively market. It is a day of culture and exploration. Kampot is a quaint southern Cambodian town rich with back-country charm. Five kilometres from the gulf of Thailand, Kampot has a distinct personality, with Cambodian and Thai cultures blending to make something wonderful. There is a French influence on Kampot too; it used to be the capital of the Circonscription Residentielle de Kampot. This provincial capital is a melting pot of cultures and traditions. Walking through the town you can see the remnants of 19th-century French colonial architecture. You are transported to another time, and a city you can't quite place.Take in the quirkiness of this patch-work town that is so unlike any other. Your first stop is Kampot Pepper Farm. This region is renowned for its amazing pepper. See how pepper goes from the farm to the table on this interesting tour. Here, you'll have a well-peppered, hearty meal. Next you'll visit a salt farm. It's safe to say that this tour has a lot of flavour. After the salt factory, it's time to visit Kampot local market. Enjoy browsing through cool knick-knacks and handcrafted items. Finally, you'll tour the oldest French buildings in Kampot and marvel at the incredibly beautiful architecture.