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Sail Cambodia Unique 45’ racing yacht - the Cygnet - offering daytrips, overnight and weeklong charters to the outer islands. Tel: 016-450964

Kbal Chhay Waterfalls The Kbal Chhay Water- falls are a series of waterfalls (3-5 meters) and chutes on the Prek Tuk Sap River. During the dry season (November-June), the falls can be little more Yachting Cambodia

Operating professional sailing charters, offering fully crewed and catered daytrips, Sunset Cruises and even multi-day live aboard charters. Charters can accommo- date up to 6 adult passengers, 3 sleeping cabins, galley. Explore the islands in style on a private sailing yacht with Captain Pierre-Yves. Tel: 015-815515 Water Sports A gradually increasing number of places offer water sports equipment rental - jet skis, kite surfing, hobie- cats, kayaks and more. Several of the beach restau- rants on Otres Beach rent kayaks and other boating equipment. Otres Sailing Club Watercraft rentals from Paddle boards & kayaks to larger catamarans. Charged by the hour starting from $6.00. Staff provide training beforehand. If you prefer you can pay an extra $5.00 for a member of staff to accompany you. For those a little more adventurous boats can be rented for a day or longer should you wish you sail out to the nearby islands and spend the night. Tel: 087-891778 Splash Party Large inflatable water park right on Otres beach. Similar to a floating assault course with various obstacles including slides, trampoline and rope swings. Should you wish you can even catapult each other into the ocean with the launch pad. Life jack- ets provided if needed.

than a trickle, but the wet season falls can be quite powerful. The area is slowly being developed and there are now drink stands, food stalls and covered picnic areas available. Lots of local picnickers on the week- ends. It’s about a 30-minute ride from downtown Sihanoukville to the falls. Take Route 4 north to the ‘Kbal Chhay’ sign near mile marker 217, about 1km north of the anchor and globe monument.

Ream National Park Officially called Preah Sihanouk National Park , the park has become known as “Ream.” The park was established in 1993 and encompasses 21,000 hectares of

coastal area including sandy beaches, mangrove forests, the Prek Tuk Sap estuary, off-shore coral reefs and two islands ( Koh Thmei and Koh Seh ). Though rarely seen the Park provides refuge for such species as macaques, sun bear, mouse deer, pan- golin and over a hundred species of birds. The Park and tour operators out of Sihanoukville offer a number of different tours of the park including jungle trekking and river boat trips along the Prek Tuk River through the jungle and mangroves to the ocean. The river trip is the most popular tour and is also more likely to pro- vide wildlife sightings. Tours may be arranged through a tour operator or directly through the Park at the Park Office (located 23 km north of Sihanoukville, opposite the entrance to the airport). Open everyday 7AM to 5PM and there are often guides.

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Cooking Classes Taste of Cambodia - Cooking Classes

Professional Khmer chef. Hands-on English classes and a selection of Cambodia’s favorite dishes to learn, taught in a pleasant garden court- yard. Complimentary recipe book with class. Ochheuteal Beach area. Monday-Friday, 9AM- 1:30PM. $18/person. Tel: 095-567799 Fitness Fitness Resort Sihanoukville Set in a natural garden environment. Offering an extensive range exercise equipment and the assis- tance of a professional staff. Boxing training facility. Borey Kamakor Street Tel: 097-9477431

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