Victory Beach

Victory Beach

Victory Beach consists of a 300-meter-long stretch of fine golden-white sand and a concrete pier. Victory is far quieter than Ochheuteal and has just a few small restaurants on the waterfront, which makes it a great place to relax and avoid the beach vendors and bracelet kids of Serendipity and Ochheuteal. Unlike Ochheuteal, the establishments on the waterfront here are not loud and noisy bars, but quiet shacks serving food, cold beers, and arguably one of the best sunsets in town. The sea is very clean and clear and calm, making it perfectly suitable for kids and those looking for a good swim. Next to the pier is a concrete water buffalo statue that seems to be popular with kids.

The pier at Victory is where the more up-market tour boats, such as Suntours depart for trips to the outlying islands like Koh Rong and Koh Rong Samloem. Information on tours can be found on the bulletin board by the pier, though most hotels will also be able to supply you with detailed information on timings and prices.

Sunset at Victory Beach
Sunset at Victory Beach
With Koh Pous in the background.

Hawaii Beach

The beach to the south of the monument is more popularly known as Hawaii Beach. A high-rent bungalo village is right on the beachfront, so there are no restaurants or bars on this stretch of beach — you will need to to bring find food and refreshments if you plan on staying for the day.

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