Long Set beach, just north of Koh Touch is considered to be one of the superior beaches on Koh Rong in connection with scenery. The white coral sand Seven-Kilometre beach at border of Sok San village is also very ideal. Although it does not have much contemporary infrastructure, there are still action in Koh Rong that will keep you active. There are nice plunge and snorkeling sites around the island. Fishing is also a great option as well as trekking through the island’s thick rainforests. Perhaps the most eye-catching village and beach in Koh Rong is Koh Touch.
This is where most of the late night pubs of the island are located, so some people choose to come here for the party scene. Koh Touch is mainly popular among backpackers and divers. But if you are looking for beaches that are quieter and more secluded, you can easily find them. They are the types of places where the sounds of nature prevail the evening and induce guest to go to bed early. But major changes are about to arrive to Koh Rong in the approaching years. There have been reports of major developers arrangement to make the island a top trading eco-resort. So if you prefer the stripped down natural version of Kong Rong, make instant plans and you will most likely not regret it.