Sihanoukville is the only Cambodia's deep-sea port located southern of Cambodia. The contemplating international aids have been spent to improve infrastructure in the beach town. Tourism has just popped up in a past few years due to its fun taken activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, and amazing boat trip to the nearby islands. Moreover, tourists are extremely font of sunbathing on Sihanoukville's white sand beaches and swim in the warm Gulf of Thailand waters combine with a laid back, beachy atmosphere to provide a fantastic little tropical getaway. Sihanoukville was constructed as a port city in the late 1950s, the town is much newer, more urban and cosmopolitan than most Cambodia's cities. In addition, there are several highly recommend beaches, they are worth to explore, like Ochheuteal Beach "Serendipity Beach", Sokha Beach, Ko Pos Beach and island, and Chey Chum Neas Beach Beach "Independence Beach" where most tourists like spending their time around. Tourists get stuck in every beach due to its best offer of surprising number and variety of place to eat and drink.
Fresh seafood, typically, prawn, crab, lobster, octopus, and ocean fish, has always been one of the town's largest draws, but there is also a wide variety of restaurants providing foreign cuisine –French, Indian, Italian, British and Australian dishes, and a few western bakeries and Espresso coffee shops. Conclusion and orientation, Sihanoukville is a fabulous beach town in Cambodia. It might require some times roaming around. Thus the best way to get around is to hire motor taxi or Omok "Tux Tux". Sihanoukville gets crowded on the weekend since there are many local visitors from Phnom Penh to relax and swim, and enjoy fresh seafood.