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September is a low season (raining season) so I assume beach activities are less than high season.
Not so happening though at Otres Beach 2. However I saw some bars, hotels along Otres Beach 1 but still, it was dark all night because not so...More
I was recommended to visit Sihanoukville/ Otres beach by a few friends back home but have total regrets about doing so. Understandably, I am here during the rainy season however this shouldn’t leave the town in the state that it’s in. It’s basically like a...More
I’m staying at otres 1 during low season.. have beautiful resort and beautiful beach to hang out and swim during sunny days..day time superb and i recommend it but not really lively at night.. maybe it much better during peak season..
night time better hang...More
Filthy dirty beach in a filthy dirty run down village area in beautiful Cambodia You can watch the yellow / gold rivers of pollution enter the beach where people are swimming . The are wild dogs everywhere soiling the beach even in front of the...More
Coming here with no high expectations in the rainy season, it was worse than I expected.The area seemed pretty much dead when I visited. It seemed half of the restaurants were closed (due to the season?) and muddy, unpaved/bumpy roads caused such a hassle to...More
Despite all the negative things people are writing, THIS IS A RAINY SEASON IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY!!! Maybe do a bit of research before traveling?
Otres has a great community, lots of fun people from all around the world, great restaurants, natural white sand beach...More
Stay away of Otres Beach, even if in the past it was a great or hippie place, as it has been bought by Chinese investors to build casinos and resorts, at the moment is in an impass moment where current owners are not taking care...More
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Well, Sien Reap is definitely worth visiting (for me 5 days are enough)! Phnom Penh has a few things to see, maybe for 2/3 days but not more! Otres beach is not worth, but if you like the beach maybe you should head to the... More
Well, Sien Reap is definitely worth visiting (for me 5 days are enough)! Phnom Penh has a few things to see, maybe for 2/3 days but not more! Otres beach is not worth, but if you like the beach maybe you should head to the lay back Koh Rong Samloem island (but be advised that it is just beaches), or to the party Koh Rong island! Either islands can be reached within 45 minutes with the ferry from Sihanoukville!