Koh Pdao – Additional homestay nights


Ideally, you should book additional nights in combination with one of our package products



The homestays are in traditional Khmer houses with local families in two villages on the 45km long island. Accommodation includes bedding, mosquito net, electricity and a traditional squat style toilet. Rice fields, coconut trees, Khmer villages and rivers make up this beautiful landscape that you can easily explore the island on foot. Koh Pdao rural island homestay offers an immersion into village life, in a truly beautiful part of Cambodia.

This product is especially recommended to extent your stay after experiencing our Koh Pdao – 2 days & 2 nights package

  • 1 night’s accommodation in Koh Pdao
  • 2 meals: Day 1, Dinner and Day 2, Breakfast
  • Drinking water in the homestay
  • Transport to Sambour
  • Boat or ferry transport from Sambour and Koh Pdao
  • Additional Dolphin watching trip
  • Extra cold drinks (soft drinks, beer, …)
  • Lunch
  • Local tour guide



If you have only 1 night, contact our team and we will help you with your itinerary.

Getting There

Koh Pdao Homestay can be reached by boat from Sambour (40 kms north of Kratie). Boats are arranged in advance and dock at the shore across from the 100 Pillar Pagoda.

Getting to Sambour
Sambour is 40 kms north of Kratie town along National Road 6 and 7. From Kratie, a tuk-tuk takes 1 hour and costs $20 (carries up to three people).

Getting to the Koh Pdao Homestay
From Sambour, Koh Pdao Homestay on the island of Rougdeav is a 30-minute boat ride. Boats cost $12 to $16 return (depending on how many are in your group). The boat takes you directly to your homestay.

Getting to Kratie:
From Phnom Penh, there are regular bus services to Kratie Province taking between 5 to 7 hours. Times vary, so check with your guesthouse for schedules or visit bookmebus.com to book your journey online.

From Siem Reap to Kratie, buses depart in the morning and take 7 to 8 hours.

From Sambour, the easiest way is via Kratie town as most buses depart from there. Go to the the front of the market, a 5 minutes walk away from the 100 Pillar Pagoda. Here you can arrange a tuk-tuk, a motodop or hop on a local bus. If unsure, ask at the restaurant closest to the boat dock as they speak some English.

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