From : "Lonely Beach is your unique opportunity to experience true beach life. We're situated in a remote bay in the North of Koh Rong, miles away from the party beach in the South.
It is so remote, that you can only reach us by the Lonely Beach boat.
On Lonely Beach you'll find:
Peace and quiet.
A long, white sandy beach, all to yourself.
Palm trees and crystal clear water.
Stunning night skies full of stars.
A sea sparkling at night with fluorescent plankton.
And there's more:
You’ll find yourself relaxing in hammocks on the beach, in our cosy restaurant, or on the porch of your bungalow. Here you can unwind from noisy and busy city life.
Feel like more action? Go snorkelling and check out the neighbouring reef. Walk through the jungle to a local village. Swim at night in a sea full of stars with fluorescent plankton.
Enjoy pure nature
At Lonely Beach we aim to minimize the impact of our presence on this beautiful place. Our mission: keep it as natural and unchanged as possible. Therefore we offer basic, eco-friendly accommodation and all electricity generated by solar power. Read more about what that means.
We are working with our neighboring resort and we ask you to jump on the Palm Beach boat at the Royal Pier at 2 pm.
They are the only one to go to the north of the island.
The boat ride takes about 2 hours to Palm Beach and we will be waiting for you at the Palm Beach pier to take you to Lonely Beach (palm beach to lonely beach transfer fee is also included in the price).
We moor in the bay in front of the Lonely Beach Resort where a small boat takes you to the shore, as there is no jetty on Lonely Beach.
Due to weather and time of the year there can be waves, but that is alright for the boat.
On return to Sihanoukville we leave Lonely Beach at 7.30 AM to reach Sihanoukville at around 10.15 am. A taxi or tuk tuk pick up can be arranged.
Boat transfer is $30 round trip per person.
How to find the Royal Pier
Our ferry boat departs from the Royal Pier - also simply known as the local fishing port. It lies behind the huge international "Autonomous Deep Water Port" on the road towards Hun Sen (Prek Treng) Beach.
Please keep in mind that "Palm Beach ferry boat" is the only transport that goes to the north of the island, where we are located."