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13 miles from Serendipity Beach

SARECEN BAY. 10°36.10N, 103°18.26E

Saracen is a heart-shaped east-facing bay on Koh Rong Samloem, providing great shelter in the southwest monsoon. Anchor in 5-8 metres off the jetty in the northwest of the bay.

The road from the jetty takes you north to the small fishing village of M’Pei Bei (‘Bay 23’ in Khmer). The village and some excellent beaches are tucked into the shelter behind Koh Kon. M’Pay Bay Bungalows, Ecosea and Island divers are all located here.

South Bay now has over 40 bungalows and resorts where anchorage can be found off the long beach in 4-6 metres. The resorts are rustic and not well constructed, but all welcome visiting yachts.

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