Rabbit Island Cambodia

This lovely boats bobbed in the sparkling water as we wandered about the little beach on Rabbit Island

These lovely boats bobbed in the sparkling water as we wandered about the little beach on Rabbit Island

Rabbit Island is a tiny little place just off the coast of Cambodia. We hopped aboard 4 wonderfully picturesque boats and chugged over to spend the afternoon. The beautiful beach, lined with sun lounges also has a number of charming little beach huts which you can stay in should you desire be to spend several days on a tropical isle.

Unfortunately, a Chinese conglomerate plans to build a resort on the island so my little glimpse may well be one of the last before the island is transformed beyond all recognition.

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10 thoughts on “Rabbit Island Cambodia

  1. I was in Cambodia five years ago, Ankor Wat is a woder but I was’t in the coast. By de way, yesterday I saw a documental about the coast,and there was a very nice beach and and island (perhaps the same), and the told “people” were interested in making a resort, but the government said NO.Perhaps you are lucky and can go back!

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