Kep is a quiet place.
Eat, (incredibly fresh seafood at the seaside Kep Crab Market), sleep, read, listen to music, walk around town and along the beach, visit the other villas, hotels, verandas and bungalows in town, (you'll find some luscious gardens and landscaping), bike or motorcycle, and sleep are the major activities here.
Now is the perfect time to visit Kep, and the Southern Coast of Cambodia
A Few things to do while you're in Kep........
* Kep Autrement has off the beaten track tours around Kep.
* Spend the afternoon at the Kep Crab Market, eating and drinking.
* Scuba Diving on Kep's Islands
* Play some Tennis
* Walk through a Mangrove Forest on the ocean.
* Get a Massage at Lida Khmer, (and at most resorts, bungalows, resorts and guesthouses)
* Rent a sailboat at The Sailing Club for an afternoon on the Bay of Thailand.
* WAM Cambodia Tour has mini-van tours, bicycle tours, boat tours and many more tours throughout the South-East of Cambodia
* Ever been to a butterfly farm? The Kep Butterfly Farm can help fix that oversight.
* Outside of Kep, towards Kampot are the Phnom Sosir Caves, atop 3 small "Mountains". If you're passing by, it's worth a couple hour stop.
* Shop at The Shop. @Veranda Natural Resort. Keps most exclusive traditional Khmer art shop.
* Swim at the Kep Beach, or at any hotel that lets you.
* Visit the Kep Crab Market at the seaside.
* Ride a bicycle around town
* You can also take a boat trip to Rabbit Island (Koh Tonsay), off the coast of Kep. About $15 for a round trip ( a maximum of 10 people for the boat). So the more people going, the less per person. No McDonald's on the island, just a few food vendors, a dozen or so basic huts with mattresses and mosquito nets for $5 (all day or overnight), and lots of sand and trees. The trip take about a half hour; and the best swimming and snorkeling beaches in Kep are found here. The boat leaves from the pier next to Long Villa restaurant.
When you're in Kep, look for Coastal Kep - Kampot Guide for more information.
Special thanks to Dan from VisitKEP.com for many of the photos and descriptions.