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Lomhe Kay Or Victory Beach

Lomhe Kay or Victory Beach was the original backpacker beach and remains a favourite with budget travelers due to its proximity to Sihanoukville’s most popular guesthouses. It’s arguably the least appealing of all the beaches, as the port is located at its northern end hardly making for the perfect tropical moment – and the beach itself is narrow and scruffy. South from here, around a small headland, is another small stretch of sand, usually also known as Victory Beach, but also signposted as Lomhekay Beach, after the old hotel near here.

The beach is located in front of Koh Pors. It offers a number of services, including comfortable restrooms, fresh water and good transportation service to Koh Pors.

Thus, many local and international visitors go to this beach. There are many well-organized kiosks along the beach; the waves are not big, and the environment is clean.

Further south on the western tip of Sihanoukville’s headland is tiny Koh Pos Beach, which has been taken over by Treasure Island Restaurant. This is a nice, shady beach, but with rough waters. Finally, there is Independence Beach running southeast from here – it is a good stretch of clean sand, but lacks shade and facilities


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