Getting lost in Kampot, Cambodia

Riverside Kampot, Cambodia
Riverside Kampot

Kampot is a small provincial town at a river delta along the coast of Cambodia. Famous for its Pepper, its laid-back way of life and the colonial French architecture. We traveled from Phnom Penh to Kampot by taxi. It is about 130km and it took us a bit more as 2 hours. I first thought we were driving with 65km/hr but then realised it are miles not km's. As said it is a small town with a laid-back way of living. So it is easy to walk around and explore the little town as I did. Of course you could also take a TukTuk or BicycleTaxi. Following are some photos I made during my walking tour in town.

Selling dried fish in Kampot, Cambodia

Weird kind of bicycle taxi's in Kampot

Colonial style shophouses in Kampot





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