Kep Beach is one of the most frequented spot in Kep, Cambodia. It is a 1-kilometer stretch of beach flanked by several guest houses, restaurants and shops. Being the main part of Kep City, it is frequented both by locals and by tourists.
While it does not naturally have white sand, it is regularly filled with powder-white sand from other beaches in Sihanoukville. At the far end of the beach is a promenade and the Sela Cham P’dey, a statue that is said to depict a fisherman’s wife waiting for her husband’s return from the sea.
Kep Beach is also just a few kilometers from the Crab Market, another favorite destination in Kep.