Koh Han Island Homestay


Slow down and unwind in a traditional homestay on Koh Han Island. An overnight stay with a local family is for those looking to experience a truly authentic Cambodia, far from the usual tourist traps. The Traditional Homestay on Koh Han Island includes two meals, accommodation and is a perfect base for exploring Koh Han Island and surrounding Ramsar wetlands on the Mekong river, Stung Treng.




The Traditional Homestay on Koh Han Island is a relaxed introduction into a rural Cambodian island. You’ll feel miles away from the stresses of big cities as you admire a starry night sky from your home-away-from home.

The Koh Han Homestay includes a one night stay in traditional Khmer house with bedding, electricity and two meals. The village is located in the middle of the island and acts as a perfect base for exploring by foot, bicycle or further afield by boat. Transport to the island is excluded.

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  • Transport to and from the community
  • Extra food/beverages – cold drinks or beer 



  • Arrive at the Koh Han Ferry dock before 4pm – please specify upon booking your estimated time of arrival. Please note the community is flexible and is happy for you to arrive earlier.
  • Travel by boat to Koh Han island
  • Dinner provided at your homestay
  • Stay overnight
  • Breakfast provided either in homestay or locally in the village
  • Choose to explore the island by foot, take a boat tour (link to product), relax – the choice is yours.
  • Return to the mainland by boat or extend your stay at Koh Han Island

Getting there

Traditional homestay on Koh Han Island is North of Stung Treng town on the Mekong River about 50km’s south of the Laos border. A community member will meet you at Koh Han and show you to your homestay, mostly walking distance from the boat drop off.


At the riverside of Stung Treng next to the fish statue roundabout, buses leave to all directions. From 7:30am – 1pm hop on a local bus or share taxi for $2.50 that will take you to the Koh Han Ferry (45mins – 1 hour). Some buses are on their way to the Laos border and can make a detour to drop you at the Ferry. In the afternoon, these buses become less frequent. Alternatively, a tuk-tuk costs $10-$15 and can be arranged from the same location.


After you turn off National Road 7, the dirt road takes you through farm land until you reach a dead end backing onto the Mekong River (13.679983, 106.048609). Here a ferry to Koh Han runs from early morning until dark. A private boat is arranged to pick you up ($5, 2-5 people each way or $10, 6-10 people each way) when booking in advance. The journey is around 10 minutes to the island from here.


Stung Treng is an easy stop if you are on your way south from Laos. Buses follow National Road 7 south to Stung Treng, however stop earlier than this for easy access to Koh Han Island. If you are coming via mini bus ask your driver to stop before Stung Treng. Take a right hand turn onto a dirt road towards the Mekong. When this road reaxhes a dead-end – a small ferry takes you to the island.



The community can help arrange your onward journey. Your cheapest option is a 7am Minivan. This local bus leaves from the mainland and travels back to Stung Treng town along National Road 7.


Pricey but rewarding is a boat journey back along the Mekong to Stung Treng. For $20 (2-5 people) or $30 (6-10) take an hour and half journey passing islands and waterways all the way back to town along beautiful stretches of the Mekong. Boats can be arranged with the community

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