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Wish You Were Here... Backpackers.Bar.Restaurant.

Bed and Breakfast
8.4km from city centre - Show on Map
Free WiFi

Wish You Were Here Otres Beach is a Bar & Guesthose that offers clean & comfortable accomodation at affordable prices...... More...

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Onederz Sihanoukville

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3.6km from city centre - Show on Map
7.9
Very good 1730
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

If you are looking for a fun, clean, comfortable, well designed and friendly place to stay, Onederz Sihanoukville would be the best choice.... More...

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Mangroves and More

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10km from city centre - Show on Map
7.2
Very good 21
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Mangroves and More is located in Sihanoukville.... More...

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Easy Peasy Hostel and Bar

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9.9km from city centre - Show on Map
5.5
Rating 10
Free WiFi

Easy Peasy Hostel is located in Sihanoukville.... More...

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Sweet Green Guesthouse

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25.2km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
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Sweet Green Guesthouse locates in Koah Touch Beach is a place where you can do all fun activities.... More...

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The Last Point

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20.3km from city centre - Show on Map
9.1
Superb 5
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness

The Last Point is located on the island Koh Ta Kiev, in the Sihanoukville province.... More...

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Sihanoukville, or Kampong Som, is famous for its relaxed coastal lifestyle. On Cambodia's Gulf of Thailand coast, it has plenty of white sandy bays. The most popular are Otres Beach, known for a more peaceful atmosphere, and Serendipity Beach and Victory Beach, which are a bit more lively. All are lapped by calm turquoise waters. Vendors stroll past selling fresh shellfish and offering pedicures, while the bars and restaurants play laid-back music well into the evening. Sihanoukville is also the jumping off point to visit paradise islands such as Koh Rong, with its coral reefs and lush jungle.

Hostels in Sihanoukville often have a party atmosphere, especially if you pick one beside the beach. Most have on-site bars and restaurants, so you don't need to go far for an evening with new friends. You can sleep in a Sihanoukville hostel inspired by indigenous architecture, beachfront bungalows or a contemporary low-rise set around a swimming pool. You'll find outdoor spaces such as terraces or gardens, and some Sihanoukville hostels have air con in the rooms for a cool night. 

Serendipity Beach is Sihanoukville's backpacker and nightlife hub. Bars and restaurants spill straight out onto the white sands, and most have themed parties throughout the week. Further along the coast you'll find Otres Beach, which is one of the quietest in the area. Here, expect chilled out beach bars and authentic places to eat lining the sand. Victory Beach is popular spot, with fun bars on nearby Victory Hill and fantastic seafood restaurants.

For a break from beach-hopping, take the 50-minute tuk-tuk ride to Kbal Chhay Waterfall for a bit of freshwater swimming. Back by the coast, the clear and warm waters around Sihanoukville's islands are ideal for scuba diving – you can expect to find marine life of all sizes, from seahorses to whale sharks, as well as colourful tropical fish. In the city centre, Phsar Leu market is a wonderfully atmospheric place to see local life as people haggle over large piles of fruit, vegetables and shellfish. 

Sihanouk International Airport is about an hour's drive from the city centre, and the best way to get into town is to book to a taxi rideshare from the desk inside the arrivals hall. If you're coming from another city by bus, you'll be dropped off at Sihanoukville bus terminal in the city centre. Tuk-tuks are the easiest way to get around the city and between the beaches. It's a good idea to negotiate a price before you hop in.

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We have 6 hostels in Sihanoukville with an average rating of 7.3 based on 1,059 reviews 6 of 6 properties available in Sihanoukville

About Sihanoukville

Sihanoukville, or Kampong Som, is famous for its relaxed coastal lifestyle. On Cambodia's Gulf of Thailand coast, it has plenty of white sandy bays. The most popular are Otres Beach, known for a more peaceful atmosphere, and Serendipity Beach and Victory Beach, which are a bit more lively. All are lapped by calm turquoise waters. Vendors stroll past selling fresh shellfish and offering pedicures, while the bars and restaurants play laid-back music well into the evening. Sihanoukville is also the jumping off point to visit paradise islands such as Koh Rong, with its coral reefs and lush jungle.

Hostels in Sihanoukville often have a party atmosphere, especially if you pick one beside the beach. Most have on-site bars and restaurants, so you don't need to go far for an evening with new friends. You can sleep in a Sihanoukville hostel inspired by indigenous architecture, beachfront bungalows or a contemporary low-rise set around a swimming pool. You'll find outdoor spaces such as terraces or gardens, and some Sihanoukville hostels have air con in the rooms for a cool night. 

Serendipity Beach is Sihanoukville's backpacker and nightlife hub. Bars and restaurants spill straight out onto the white sands, and most have themed parties throughout the week. Further along the coast you'll find Otres Beach, which is one of the quietest in the area. Here, expect chilled out beach bars and authentic places to eat lining the sand. Victory Beach is popular spot, with fun bars on nearby Victory Hill and fantastic seafood restaurants.

For a break from beach-hopping, take the 50-minute tuk-tuk ride to Kbal Chhay Waterfall for a bit of freshwater swimming. Back by the coast, the clear and warm waters around Sihanoukville's islands are ideal for scuba diving – you can expect to find marine life of all sizes, from seahorses to whale sharks, as well as colourful tropical fish. In the city centre, Phsar Leu market is a wonderfully atmospheric place to see local life as people haggle over large piles of fruit, vegetables and shellfish. 

Sihanouk International Airport is about an hour's drive from the city centre, and the best way to get into town is to book to a taxi rideshare from the desk inside the arrivals hall. If you're coming from another city by bus, you'll be dropped off at Sihanoukville bus terminal in the city centre. Tuk-tuks are the easiest way to get around the city and between the beaches. It's a good idea to negotiate a price before you hop in.