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Kampot International Tourism Pier

Kampot
Tourism
Ministry of Public Works and Transport
N/A
9.27 Million
Phase III: Project Approval
Solicited
O&M

The Kampot Tourism Pier is built on 4-hectares of land in Teuk Chhou district, 6 km from the Kampot city.  The terminal infrastructure was completed in June of 2022 under an Asian Development Bank (ADB) loan of 10 million USD.

Once operational, the project is expected to play an important role in developing coastal tourism in Kampot and Kep provinces and connecting coastal tourism in Cambodia with Koh Tral (Phu Quoc) in Vietnam.  The Kampot-Koh Tral (Phu Quoc) ferry route will open the door to more than 8 million tourists visiting Koh Tral annually for an easy access to Kampot province as well as other major tourism destinations in Cambodia.  The route will also facilitate fast and convenient travel from Cambodia to Koh Tral (Phu Quoc) and its extensive beach tourism facilities for both national and international visitors. Over time, the Port is expected to facilitate seaborne tourism between Cambodia and Thailand and additional ports in Vietnam, offering international tourists a new way to travel to and from Cambodia and enjoy the country’s virgin coastline and pristine beaches.