Kampot Pepper Farm
The Pepper Farm is a must see landmark in Kampot that will help visitors learn more about Cambodia’s world-renowned pepper products.
The seemingly endless rows of green plants resemble the famous Italian grape plantations but only with one difference — instead of green grapes, different varieties of Kampot peppers hang from the stems. Kampot Pepper Farm offers educations tours for tourists wherein guides explain the origin of the farm and shows guests the process of coming up with quality pepper produce. After the tour, different pepper treats — including the intriguing pepper ice cream — are served to the guests.
The pepper farm is located at Bosjheng Village, 20 kilometres east of Kampot.
Opening Days and Hours
The farm is open daily from 9:00 to 18:00.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance to the farm is completely free.
How to Get There
- Fly to Phnom Penh via AirAsia or Thai Airlines.
- From Phnom Penh proper, board a bus, taxi, or mini bus to Kampot.
- From Kampot’s centre, hire a tuktuk to the pepper farms.
- Solo Travelers/Backpackers
- Groups of friends
Time to Spend
You can tour the pepper farm in 2 hours.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
Since you will be walking around the pepper farms, it is ideal that you choose a tour either in early morning or late afternoon.
Enjoy authentic Thai dishes that feature peppers in nearby restaurants like Green House Restaurant and Atelier Kampot.
- Kep and Kampot Salt Fields
- Rabbit Island
- Kep Crab Market
Kimy Lodge, Two Moons Hotel. Starling Ridge Plantation Resort that offer accommodation at rates ranging from USD 40 to USD 100.