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Comfortable Beach Resort Option in Kampot, Cambodia

December 28, 2010 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: ,

Itineraries in Cambodia tend to be heritage based around temples, or ecotourism trips to the rivers, lakes and mountains. In the middle of such itineraries, why not have your clients relax by the beach to work on their tan or catch up on that novel.

Khiri Cambodia is pleased to introduce the Nataya Roundhouse Coral Bay Resort in Kampot, the nearest viable beach resort destination to Phnom Penh. Nataya is located 16 kms from Kampot town in the foothills of the Bokor mountains.

Located right on the beach, Nataya comprises eight beachfront bungalows (16 rooms). While there, hike to the waterfall, stroll down the 2 km beach front, or swim in the 25-metre infinity pool. A favourite pastime of resort guests is relaxing in the stilt huts off the nearby 300-metre pier where guests can stargaze, read, snorkel or swim. Irrawaddy Dolphins are occasionally spotted from the pier. The restaurant in Nataya offers accomplished Indian, Khmer and western cuisines.

We also like the resort’s Oyster Bar as a place to relax. Khiri Cambodia can easily include the Nataya Roundhouse Coral Bay Resort on your next personalised Cambodia itinerary. Find out more at www.khiricambodia.com and www.natayaresort.com.

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