With the status of a province, Kep is a municipality in Cambodia. Located a few kilometers away from Vietnam's border, Kep used to be the most popular beach town in Cambodia. In recent years though, many of Kep's villas have been abandoned and the town has much fallen from its grace, though some of the town's former splendor is still evident throughout. Wide sidewalks and large statues line the ocean while an unfurnished palace overlooking the Gulf of Thailand sits empty. The beaches are filled with mangrove and black rocks instead of the white sands in Sihanoukville. The seafood though is cheap and places of interest like the Kep Beach and Rabbit Island (Koh Tunsay) are very accessible. It is to be noted that Kep City has no town water supply at this stage (homes and businesses have their own wells), and sewerage management is a nil at the moment.
Kep City has no television services at this stage.
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