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Review of Ream National Park

Ream National Park
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Reviewed April 22, 2014

I really enjoyed with my trip last month in Ream National Park, I was very nice place and beautiful beach. A lot of local and international tourist visited there, the foods are reasonable price. Staff are friendly too. I will come back this place again on my vocations.

4  Thank Vuthy V
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Reviewed April 20, 2014

Took the boat tour with the National Park guide through the mangroves and estuary, saw an otter, squirrels, cranes, storks, kites and eagles, as well as local fishermen at work. Walked through the jungle to a beautiful white sand beach, extremely clean (very unusual for Cambodia where rubbish is a major problem), had a tasty local lunch ( green mango salad, bbq squid), great swims. And then watched monkeys in the treetops as we cycled back to Sihanoukville. Brilliant day.

3  Thank mapipem
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Reviewed April 2, 2014

Park's main office is located right oppisite the Siem Reap airport. There we were approached by a friendly ranger, who was excited to see us since individuals rarely come up and described the options: jungle trekking or boat riding. We opted for both, trekking first, and were taken to the beginning of the path by car, but no sooner than been taken to the local market by our request to have breakfast (delicious rice porrige) and buy some fruit (the ranger kindly let us keep them in the office untill the end of our tour).
Trekking itself took 1,5 hours, it could be 2 hours but we were on a tight schedule. Ranger was very informative, showed lots of plants, described their use and let us tru edible ones :) The path was relatively steep, but not difficult to climb.
Boat tour took about 4 hours and we regretted we didn't have more time: sailing up/downstream takes 1-1,5 hours. The river has mangrove-tree banks but in the course of time watching them gets quite boring. The guide (another one) told they do individual tours on small boats that could sail right under the trees, but the price was quite high.
The river met the sea and we sailed past fishermen's village to the wild beach, which was lovely and clean. If we had more time we could stop by the village for lunch (no other food available on the boat tour) and trek over the hill to the beach. That made us think that maybe we shouldn't have taken the first forest tour after all..
Both guides spoke good English, gladly talked and answered questions, but complaned about low wages, implying on tips, that they undoubtfully earned and recived.

3  Thank 0lven
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Reviewed February 28, 2014

We saw a dolphin when we were taking a boat to the beach! Nice beach and peaceful village. It's worth to have a half day trip on it.

Thank Leo C
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Reviewed February 15, 2014

We drove by car from Sihanoukville to Ream Park the other day. We paid to enter the parks and drove for quite a while, but every road leading to the beach was gated off with no entry signs. We finally came to the end of the road and there was a beach restaurant, lots of bungalow construction and what looked like a new hotel project. A sign said it was run by some big corporation (Chinese from what I hear.)
I thought this was a Park owned by the Cambodian people, not some scam business that closes off the beachs and funnels you to their business? Well we went through the restaurant and to the beach and were about to order some food and drink, and were told it would cost $2.50 each to use some dilapidated beach chairs. (we were previously told that we could not bring our own food, drinks, chairs, mats to the beach. (Public Park?)
Since we where there, we ordered drink and some food. The food was very, very expensive and very small portions. My friends decided not to eat and they were lucky as I got FOOD POISENING from the pork and was deathly sick for days.
This place has a really nice beach but the corporation owning/running it are a big rip-off. This is a park, who in the government is getting paid off to allow a rip-off corporation to block off the beach's and funnel you to their over-price trashy restaurant?
The drive in is nice with big trees and jungle, but if you want a beach, Independence beach in Sihanoukville is just as good and the food is cheap and you won't get sick or possibly die.
AVOID THIS RESTUARANT/BUISNESS!

3  Thank William W
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