Also called Rabbit Island, Koh Tonsay is a beautiful little island around 25 minutes from Kep by employed pontoon, making it a standout amongst the most effectively available of the considerable number of islands. It is additionally one of the minimum created, with no engine vehicles, no mains power and couple of occupants, making it a perfect getaway from the granulate. Unquestionably not flashpacking, Koh Tonsay will make your day on the off chance that you welcome a decent nightfall. Pontoons leave the ship port routinely for the duration of the day — an arrival ticket will cost $8 or pay $30 for a watercraft with enough seating for six to eight individuals. Travel offices close to the transport stop can compose tuk accumulations, pontoon tickets and convenience. Or, on the other hand simply turn up at the wharf in the morning to make your own particular pontoon courses of action and discover some place to rest when you arrive. Ends of the week and open occasions get occupied and may require booking ahead, however on an ordinary weekday the island will be flawlessly serene. The principle shoreline where the water crafts grapple is around 600 meters in length, and fixed with coconut palms, lofts and apathetic seats, a couple of dozen cottages and a modest bunch of crisp fish joints serving up some remarkable fish. There are eight "resorts", each with its own beachside eatery shack and a gathering of stilted cabins orchestrated around a grass with coconut palms. Convenience runs the length of the shoreline, with a decision of single or duplex hovels. The least expensive, at $6, don't have their own particular washroom. Pay up to $15 for a sit-down latrine and cool shower, or between $8-$12 for a squat can, can shower and tap. Disregard reciprocal toothbrushes and air-con-rooms accompanied a bed, a fan and a mosquito net. What's more, that is about it. Numerous evenings are peaceful, yet on ends of the week and occasions all it takes is a gathering of youthful Cambodians with a karaoke machine to change the vibe. For the most part, however, the shoreline is uncrowded. We found the proprietors at the first and fourth gathering of homes to be the most accommodating and pending when we addressed them, particularly Tong at Chay Sokheng (the fourth resort along). Reservations are probably not going to be required here, however in the event that you're feeling an abundance of alert, you could contact Khim Vouch Lay on (077) 288 844 (the principal gathering of cabins), or Chay Sokheng on (097) 886 9123.