Free day. The sleepy town of Kampot is easily seen on foot. Walk through the streets with French
colonial buildings, visit a pepper plantation and wander about the colourful marketplace
. As well as all the fruit and vegetables, you can buy almost any kind of meat. Sacks of rice are there of course but also dried fish and shrimp, live fish and many household necessities. You can taste a number of things among the mini-restaurants found here. You can also walk along the Kampot River (Teuk Chhou) and then cool off with a tropical drink or a beer at one of the cafes.
Fancy something more active? Opt for a kayak trip through the mangroves, take a bicycle or motorbike across the countryside or explore Bokor Mountain. Bokor is an old, former French colonial village, with its own casino and even an old church. The remains of which are still visible today.