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POH KOS
(Snake Island)

"Koh Pos is an island about 1 kilometer from Lomhe Kay beach, off the coast of Sihanoukville. The beach is flat and very quiet. It is attracts few visitors, because it is undeveloped. Those tourists who do visit the island travel in groups and bring their own food. This little beach is home to the rather oddly named Treasure Island Seafood Restaurant, and although not on an island, you can see islands and it's certainly a treasure of a spot, with seafood that many an expat will tell you is the best in Sihanoukville."

The island of Poh Kos is situated 800 meters offshore from beach Ha-wai in Sihanoukville (Snake Island). The island is mostly preserved jungle habitat, providing a harmonious place for monkeys, king cobras, pythons and other poison snakes. On the north side of the island is a charming beach popular with fishermen who enjoyed swimming and relaxing after a hard days work. The island is mainly popular with the adventure tourist. Koh Pos is a little rocky but is convenient.
Very few Cambodia tour makers come here because it is still undeveloped. So those Cambodia tour makers visit Koh Pos (Snake Island) in groups and bring their own food during their Cambodia holiday.
The island is peacefully removed from the noise and congestion of everyday life, yet just a minute away over the private bridge from Sihanoukville, the third largest Cambodian city.

The 900-meter bridge, dubbed "Techo Morakat Bridge", connects from the city of Preah Sihanouk to Koh Pos, which is being developed as a high standard tourism destination by a Russia's Koh Pos Cambodia Investment Group Ltd.
Koh Pos Island, Sihanoukville, Cambodia – a few short years ago an exotic destination attracting adventurous vacationers, sport fishermen and scuba divers from around the world. Today the area is destined to become the new “gold coast” location of South-East Asia.
Its natural beauty and welcoming culture attracts international visitors and investors who sense the near- future opportunity of the region. In this part of the world the azure Gulf of Siam stretches along hundreds of kilometres of unspoiled coastline creating a near endless array of white sand beaches edged by lush tropical forests.

The coastal Preah Sihanouk province is considered as the country's third economic pole after the capital Phnom Penh and the main destination of cultural and historical heritage areas of Siem Reap-Angkor Wat temples.

Koh Pos is a luxury mixed-use development uniquely inhabiting the entire tropical island off the coast of the Kingdom of Cambodia. It is currently in the active stage of design and construction and projected to have various zones encompassing residential, commercial and entertainment facilities located on the territory of 120 hectares.