The Ultimate Man’s Travel Guide To Koh Kong
Once a remote, frontier town which as recently as 1998 saw Khmer Rouge fighting, Koh Kong is emerging from its isolation to become one of Southeast Asia’s most up-and-coming destinations. The sleepy river city, which till recently was overlooked by many tourists in transit from Thailand, sits on the doorstep of striking environmental biodiversity and breathtaking beauty.
Sadly said, Orangutan boxing in Koh Kong is promoted on billboards across the country, but the sick “sport” is only one example of animal mistreatment in Cambodia.
The Cambodian forests are a refuge for many endangered species, but their numbers are dwindling due to loss of habitat and surging demand from the trade in exotic pets and traditional medicine. Needless to say, supporting the fights doesn’t help.
If you are a wildlife lover, I would recommend Koh Kong to you, but if you are a wild pussy lover, try to go Phnom Penh; read our sex travel guide: Phnom Penh.
What About Sex In Koh Kong?
Girl-wise almost no action and DreamHolidayAsia don’t recommend it for a sex Journey.
The reduced number of foreign-owned guesthouses and bars prove that less and less foreigner bother to deal with the hassle on the border that goes on for more than 10 years now. The virgin or whore paradigm is very strong in this socially conservative nation.
Men are expected to sleep with prostitutes, and women are required to remain virgins until marriage. Well, i don’t understand how this is possible and in fact, it is only a paradox.
- Sex: the brothels are now located only in one spot ” The Chicken Farm” outside of Koh Kong, and it is a very small area. The Chicken Farm only has about 5 or 6 brothels on each side of the red dirt road. All of the girls that work there are Cambodian and Vietnamese at around US$5 for a ‘short time’.
- Accommodation: Most guesthouses have dorm room for between $4-10 dollars per night. Private rooms range from $10-15 USD per night. You can get comfortable hotels for $15 – 20 dollars with air con, TV and other amenities. After that, the sky is the limit but I’ve never needed to spend more than $20 USD per night for luxury in this country. Most of the accommodations are girl friendly.
- Food: is very cheap in Koh Kong. Street food will cost you about $1-2 USD per meal and restaurant food will cost between $3-5 USD per meal. Western meals at nice restaurants cost more, from $5-10 and upwards. You can get some really world class food in Phnom Phen these days and dishes start at around $8-10 USD. Fruit on the street will cost less than $1 USD.
- Transportation: Local transportation is cheap, costing only a few dollars. You can get anywhere in the country for under $10 USD. Renting a driver for the day will cost you between $15-20 USD.
Tips & Tricks
- Pay in the local currency. Usually, everything is priced in dollars but a dollar here and a dollar there really adds up. Paying in the local currency can save you more money since everything is not just “one dollar.”
- Yam Yam means BJ in Khmer language and remember to ask the girls in advance if they are willing to perform it. Many will refuse and others in the beginning will accept but later in the room they will not do it.
- Visit the chicken farm during the day for your safety and you can have a better look at the girls. The night may mislead you.
Koh Kong Safari World
Chi Phat Chi Phat is located in Koh Kong province, which is in the Southwest of Cambodia. Chi Phat is mainland South East Asia’s largest remaining tract of rain forest situated directly in the heart of the Cardamom Mountains.
MUST TO DO
Chicken Farm Visit the world knows “chicken farm” considered a village of sex slaves on the Cambodian island of Koh Kong. UPDATE; It’s been close down.
Visit Phnom Penh – Only few hours away, Phnom Penh being the capital of Cambodia has much more to offer. The nightlife is good fun, offering a wide selection of sexy Khmer girls and a variety of places from which to choose – dance clubs, sports bars, neighborhood pubs, karaoke, upscale clubs and more.