The narrowest area in Thailand is in the eastern-most province of Trat, about 315 kilometers from Bangkok. It is just 450 metres wide and borders Cambodia’s Koh Kong province – one of the popular tourist destinations in Southeast Asia. In this photo gallery, we capture beautiful coastlines, green forests and the local way of life on the rapidly developing Cambodian island.
Koh Kong is the capital of Koh Kong Province in Cambodia. It is located near the mouth of the Kah Bpow river in Smach Mean Chey district on the Gulf of Thailand. The city lies only 10 kilometres from the Thai border. However, it is 138 kilometres by Highway 48 to National Highway 4 at Sre Ambel and a further 133 kilometres to Phnom Penh. After the completion of the bridges on the Highway 48 in 2007 – 2010 the terrestrial link to Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville has significantly improved.
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(Photos by Chanat Katanyu)