Koh Ta Kiev is the most laid-back of the Cambodian islands, offering the chance to unplug and enjoy the beach
Reminiscent of Thai islands of decades gone by, the idyllic shores of Koh Ta Kiev are only home to a handful of rustic-looking eco-resorts with no hot water, air-conditioning, or internet. A far cry from the 5-star hotels that are popping up on nearby islands, Koh ta Kiev’s quiet shores offer a unique tropical island experience at an affordable price.
We tell you everything you need to know about Koh Ta Kiev, from how to get there and where to stay, to what to bring and which are the island’s best beaches.
Koh Ta Kiev Island Guide
Looking for a Cambodia island to chill out and unplug? Find out all about Koh Ta Kiev, including the history and information about what makes it so special.
With just a handful of guesthouses dotted along its long sandy beaches, Koh Ta Kiev is small enough to easily explore. Learn more about the geography of the island and where the best beaches are.
Because Koh Ta Kiev is less developed than the other Cambodian islands you’ll want to come prepared. We’ve got a list of what to bring and what to buy before you arrive.
Whether you prefer trekking and cliff jumping or snorkeling and fishing, we’ve got a run-down of the best things to do on Koh Ta Kiev.
Koh Ta Kiev is Sihanoukville’s closest island. Find out how to get to Koh Ta Kiev and how to get around and explore the island.
We also have information on how to stay safe on the island and what to do in case of emergency.
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