Vintage Sihanoukville Lives On at Naia Resort

As the seaside resort town of Sihanoukville expanded, travelers in the know searched out its outer beaches, each more idyllic than the last. The spirit of Old Sihanoukville lives on at Naia Otres Beach Resort, on the town’s southernmost beach and a world away from the bright lights of the mega casino-hotels.

Gateway to Cambodia’s islands, Naia offers a family-friendly retreat with its two swimming pools (including a kids’ pool), beachfront location boasting clear, shallow waters, and host of room categories ideal for families and groups, including Family Suites and Rooms with mountain, garden, or sea views.

The on-site beach restaurant serves up Khmer and Western favorites, including a falling-off-the-bone tender portion of BBQ ribs we enjoyed one evening, washed down with ice cold local beer. The included breakfast is also very good, with a cold buffet to go along with hot a la carte items.

 With daily flights connecting Sihanoukville to Ho Chi Minh City, why not combine your next visa run or long weekend with a beach getaway at Naia Resort? Interacting with a different culture and language in an idyllic setting is simply a bonus.

For more, see www.naiacambodia.com

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