Warm sun, glistening sea water, and soft fine sand, these are what Sokha Beach is known for.
Sokha Beach is privately owned but a small section on its eastern side is open to public. This beach offers a calmer and quieter atmosphere compared to Ochheuteal Beach, and can probably be considered as the prettiest beach in Sihanoukville.
Sokha Beach is located between Independence Beach and Serendipity Beach, which is about 3 kilometres from Sihanoukville town.
Opening Days and Hours
The beach is open 24 hours daily.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance to Sokha Beach is free.
How to Get There
The beach is accessible via taxi, motokep, or tuk-tuk. It takes about 10 minute’s drive to get there from the Sihanoukville town centre.
Sokha Beach is mainly for visitors who want to sunbathe, swim, or simply rest and enjoy the tranquillity of a beach environment. It suits visitors consisting of family with kids, small groups of friends, and young couples.
Time to Spend
Most people spend about 2 to 3 hours at this beach.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
Sokha Beach is rarely crowded. The best time to visit is during sunrise and sunset in order to witness the beautiful pinkish orange sky.
Sokha Beach is ideal for beach vacations. Families with kids can build sand castles and swim in the warm waters. You can also head over to a nearby mini golf course for some family fun or enjoy a day of relaxation at the resort.
Food choices are pretty limited here. Being on private grounds, you can only grab food from the restaurants in the resort.
Wat Leu is about a 25-minute drive away from the Sokha Beach. Hop on a bike to check out the other beaches in Sihanouville as well.
There are only luxury hotels near Sokha Beach and it is owned by the Sokha Beach Resort.
Good to Know
If you are not a guest at the Sokha Beach Resort, you may want to purchase the Sokha Beach Resort Day Pass that includes the use of the pool, sauna, and playground at USD 20 for adults, USD 10 for children under 12 years old and free for children under 5.