Koh Kong Side for tour invest, import export

 

Side for invest, import export
Cambodia Prawn Paste
Prawn paste (in local language called KAPii) is made from small species of sea fish and shrimps. The product can be kept for up to three years. KAPii is used as an ingredient to cook many dishes and belongs to the most popular food in Southeast Asia, particularly Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Myanmar and other.
Production: Around 100 to 150 tons per year
Producer: The fishing community consists of who has 40 to 50 families, living in Koh Kapii district, Koh Kong.
Market: Domestic market, Phnom Penh and export to Thailand

Koh Kong Marine Products
Marine products belong to the most important nutrition sources for human beings but are also vital for animal feeding. Crab, snail, shrimp, squid and all kind of sea fish are the most popular marine products for tourists, both local and international tourists.
Production: Marine product catch is about 20,000 tons per year.
Fishers: Approximately 80% of Koh Kong’s people are fishermen, mostly located in the districts of Koh Kong, Sre Ambile, Kirisakor, Botumsakor, Thmor Baing and Mondul Seimar.
Market: Preah Sihnouk Province, Phnom Penh and export to Thailand.

Sugar Cane

Cane is a tropical plant that is growing in many counties in Southeast Asia. Cane juice is a very popular beverage. Can juice can be processed into sugar cane. There are many species of canes such as honey species, black and white, talan, etc. that are grown by farmers on their land. Koh Kong’s farmers are growing this plant to supply the Koh Kong Sugar industry KSI & KSL.
Production size: One company with concession land of 200,000 ha, yields are about 60 to 80 tons/ha.
Market: Koh Kong Sugar industry.
Business contact:
Koh Kong Plantation Company (Koh Kong Sugar industry): Trapaing Kandorl village, Chikhor Leu Commune, Sre Anbile District, Koh Kong.

Banana Wine
Banana wine is a local product made from banana as raw material and has an alcohol content of 50-60%. Banana wine is a traditional wine of island people, especially in Bak Klong district of Koh Kong Province.
Use: It is popular to combine it with coconut juice or Coca-Cola in order to reduce the alcohol content.
Production: Small family-business production with a capacity of about 1,200 liters per year. Producers: More than 100 families, mostly in Tatai Leu commune, Thmor Baing district, Koh Kong province.Market: Currently, local markets and neighboring provinces. It is planned to sell it also in Phnom Penh.
Business contact:
Chamroeun Export-Import Company: Neang Kok village, Bake Klong Commune, Mondulseima District, Koh Kong.

Cambodia Dried shrimps

Dried shrimps are made from sea shrimp and can be kept for 6 to 12 months. Dried shrimps are unique products which offer good market prices, especially in developed countries’ markets.
Production: About 3, 600 kg per year
Producers: The fishing community includes 25 families located in Peam Krasob commune, Mondul Seimar district, Koh Kong
Market: Phnom Penh and export to Thailand
Business contact:
Fishing Community: Peam Krasob village, Peam Krasob Commune, Mondul Seymar, Koh Kong

Cambodia Natural Honey

Honey is a natural product that villagers in Koh Kong take from forest near their hometowns. Natural honeys is available mostly during the rainy season because bee families take pollen flowers from the forest in order to produce honey, however, the best quality of honey is available in the dry season. The natural honey has a good flavor and smell and can be used as an excellent traditional medicine.
Production: Average production is around 7,000-10,000 kg per year.
Collectors: Around 100-150 families in Sre Ambile district collect honey from the forest as a routine business.
Market: Export markets.
Business contact:
Honey traders: Preah Ankeo village, Dang Peng Commune, Sre Ambile District, Koh Kong

Visitor guide

Sner Beach is a frequently visited tourist attraction in Koh Kong. you from different corners of the world prefer Sner Beach as it boasts a stunning coastline.
You can either hire a car or drive down on your own to Sner Beach which is located approximately 17 kilometers from the heart Koh Kong. You will come across Sner Beach in the Dong Tung commune of the Smachmeanchery District. The natural beauty of the beach and its adjoining areas, which lie tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the cities, compels tourists to come back here time and again.

Kbal Chhay Prek Koh Waterfalls
The Kbal Chhay Prek Koh Waterfalls offer spectacular views and an escape to serenity. The falls are situated in the Neng Kok Village of the Bakclong Commune in the Mundol Seyma District of the province of Koh Kong. The Kbal Chhay Prek Koh Waterfall is about 22 km from the heart of he province of Koh Kong. The Kbal Chhay Prek Koh Waterfall is home to nature and wildlife reserves where the you mightsee some of the rare species of flora and fauna. The spot is also perfect for family picnics.

Lam Da Beach
At Lam Da Beach, you can spend some time amidst sea, sand and serenity. The long stretch of golden beach shining in the warm rays of the sun makes it a favorite tourist spot for young and old alike. It takes around one hour and forty-five minutes to get to Lam Da Beach, which is ideally situated about twenty kilometers away from the provincial town. Kids as well as all adults will enjoy the calm waters of the sea and the picturesque surroundings.

Khun Chhalgn Khun Phen Resort
The Khun Chhalgn Khun Phen Resort is situated at a strategic point in front of the provincial town of Koh Kong. The Khun Chhalgn Khun Phen Resort, Koh Kong consists of a stupa which is located on a huge rock placed at the middle of the vast expanse of the blue sea. This is one of the major meeting places of the local people during the festive days. International you coming also come here visit the Khun Chhalgn Khun Phen Resort in Koh Kong during the days of the traditional festival and to get insight into the rich cultural heritage of the Cambodia.

Koh Mool Resort (Kor Kong Krau)
Known as the “largest island in Cambodia”, Koh Mool is only a short trip from the charming town of Koh Kong. Apart from the lovely retreats one can find stunning cascading waterfalls. you can also visit a number of small springs, and engage in dolphin watching. Young children will enjoy the dolphin show that is organized by the Koh Mool Resort (Kor Kong Krau). A walk on the beach in the moonlight is also an experience you will never forget.

Tatay Waterfalls
The scenic beauty of the Tatay Waterfalls draws many you to Koh Kong. Here, you may climb up to the individual small falls and take a refreshing dip in the crystal clear waters. Aside from swimming, one may also pack a lunch and picnic on the big rocks surrounding the falls. A beautiful, serene escape, the Tatay Waterfalls are not to be missed.
you can arrange for boat rides or kayaks to paddle out to the falls. A ride back from the falls during sunset is especially captivating.

Koh Kong Province

1. Provincial Government Policies for Investment Promotion

1)      Special features or strong points of the Province in terms of the investment

  1. Location: Koh Kong is situated on the southwest of the country and bordering with Preah Sihanouk Province, Kampong Speu Province, and Gulf of Thailand. It divides to 6 districts and 1 Municipality.
  2. Natural resources: fertile land, sea, rivers, canals and waterfalls
  3. Transportation: roads and waterways
  4. International border gates

2)      Investment opportunities or potential sector

  1. Agricultural sector: Fisheries, Rice and Forestry Products
  2. Industrial sector: sugar factory, and automobile assembly
  3. Tourism Development: Islands & Eco-tourism
  • Provincial specialized fruit and product, (e.g.: one village one product)( *2)

- Banana wine is produced at Thmor Baing District.

  • Number of concession and concession land area: (*13)
  • Types of soil in the Province: (*2)

- Sand (Koh Kong District)

- Black & Red soil (Thmarbaing District)

7. Forestry & Mining (*2)

  • Forestry area: N/A
  • Wildlife sanctuary and protected area: N/A
  • Main minerals production and mining area : Not yet explore

8. Fishery

  • Fishery production amount: Saltwater fish, Freshwater fish (*4)

9. Rubber (*2)

  • Rubber plantation area: 436.1 ha
  • Production amount of rubber: N/A

10. Tourism

  • Historical/cultural area (*2):

-      Khun Chhang Khun Phen: this is a 4-meter high stupa built on a rock close to the shore. This historical place is used by local people on festival days

-      Wat Jotanakgnean Temple

-      Thmar Baign Historical site

  • Eco-tourism area (*2) (*9):

- Cardamom Mountains (*9)

- Mangrove forest (*9)

- Waterfall (*2) (*9): Tah Tai Leu, Koh Paor, E91, Chhay Khpous, Or Mlou,

Ta Man, Veal Product, Chhay Areong waterfall

  • New found area which potential for tourist (*2):

- Coral reef & fauna and flora can be found on the islands and coastal areas of the province.

- 100 pillars temple in Tah Tai

- Rocky well in Phnom Leav