Traveling the Cambodian Coast

A fisherman rows his boat on the Tatai river at sunset, in Koh Kong, Cambodia.

A few months back, I was lucky enough to travel the length of the Cambodian coast, from Kep to Koh Kong, on assignment for a regional inflight magazine. The week-long journey took me from sleepy backwaters and private islands to beach parties and five-star resort dinners. It was a fantastic trip through a region I hadn’t previously explored. Many thanks to all the wonderful people I met along the way. I’ll be back soon enough. For now though, here are a few images to remember things by.

A street food vendor walks along the waterfront with her wares in Kep, Cambodia.
Saffron-robed monks walk along the waterfront in Kep, Cambodia.
A man overlooks the Gulf of Thailand from a balcony at the Song Saa resort, on its own private island off the coast of Sihanoukville, Cambodia.
A man overlooks the vast landscape of Bokor, in the mountains of southern Cambodia.
A man sits beneath a waterfall in Koh Kong Cambodia.
Crab fishermen in the early morning in Kep, Cambodia.
A kayak glides past an over-water walkway at Song Saa resort, on a private island off the coast of Sihanoukville, Cambodia.
A worker cleans an infinity pool at dawn at the exclusive Song Saa resort, on its own private island off the coast of southern Cambodia (silhouette).
A bed sits in a garden grove at sunset, at Song Saa resort, on its own private island off the coast of Sihanoukville, Cambodia.

20 thoughts on “Traveling the Cambodian Coast

  1. Amazing pics, Aaron. Truly inspiring. Can’t pick the best out of this :).

  2. your pics are amazing. love the India ones too. Thanks for sharing. I wish you could take pics of my favorite places for me so I could frame them! ha.

  3. From a very delicate and respectfull distance you take your images it seems.
    It’s wonderfull to look at them.
    great work!
    Kindest regards from another photographer
    Belinda

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