Top 7 Things To Do In Koh Rong

Koh Rong. Pic Christian Holzinger on Unsplash

Snorkelling and Scuba Diving

One of the most popular activities in the area, and with good reason.

There are some incredible locations to snorkel where you can see some spectacular fish, coral, seahorses and nudibranches.

Scuba Divers won’t be disappointed either with a number of excellent dive sites and local dive schools for beginner and experienced divers.

High Point Adventure Park

If you are looking for a more adrenaline filled activity, this might be for you.

Head into the treetops with the range of ropewalks and ziplines.

Follow the signs from the south end of Koh Toch beach on Koh Rong.

Water Sports

Hire a kayak or paddle board and explore the islands and discover things you would rarely see by exploring on land.


There is no shortage of wonderful waterfalls in the area. Although they may all be a disappointment in dry season

Sok San is the largest waterfall on Koh Rong best visited after the wet season. A 4 metre fall with a lovely plunge pool at the bottom ideal for a cooling swim. Just 5 minutes walk from Sok San village.

Saracen Bay waterfall is at the north end of Saracen Bay on Koh Rong Sanloem. Not the biggest falls but another great place for a cool swim.

Island Tour

Discover pristine, untouched beaches, small villages and stunning views.

There are a number of local tours or you could organise a long tail boat for a more private and flexible tour.

Take a Jungle Trek

Starting from the main beach on Koh Rong (Koh Toch) take a walk through through the spectacular jungle to Sok San Beach.

Sok San is around 7km long, has wonderful white sand and crystal clear water. It also generally has very few people so you can find some private space and relax.

From the south end of Koh Toch beach there is a gap between the buildings with a sand track. It will take just under an hour to walk and don’t leave the trail as you don’t want to get lost in the jungle.


If you have come to Koh Rong it is likely that the incredible beaches was the main attraction.

There are many to choose from, often only accessible by boat or kayak where you can escape other people and relax with your own stretch of incredible sand.

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