Koh Tonsay Island

Koh Tonsay Island

Just off Kep, Koh Tonsay (Rabbit Island; population 25 families) has the nicest beaches of any Kep-area island – except Phu Quoc, whose loss to Vietnam is still bitterly resented. It’s so named because locals say it resembles a rabbit, an example of what too much local brew can do to your imagination

Kep National Park

Kep National Park

The interior of Kep peninsula is occupied by Kep National Park, degraded in recent years by illegal logging but finally guarded by a complement of rangers. An 8km circuit around the park, navigable by foot or mountain bike, starts at the park entrance behind Veranda Natural Resort.