The charming city of Kep-sur-Mer is located at 152km South from Phnom Penh, 24 km from the Vietnamese border, on the coast of the Kingdom of Cambodia and bordering the Bay of the Gulf of Siam. Kep, literally means "Saddle of the Horse".
Once French colonial rule ended, Independence in 1953 began and Prince Norodom Sihanouk assured Kep’s status as the trendy "Saint-Tropez of South-East Asia". Cambodian people built modern villas. After decades of instability, with returned peace, the chic seaside of Kep now looks to the future. Bienvenue!