Prek Ampil is located on the coast in Koh Toch commune, Kampot district, about 18 kilometers west of the provincial town. Prek Ampil features a white sand beach with thousands of mangrove and coconut trees growing nearby, making the site ideal for visitors looking for a pleasant place to relax. In addition, there is a array of fresh seafood such as crab, cuttlefish, lobster and snails, as well abundant coconut juice. The waters off of Prek Ampil are rich in corals, a natural attraction that could attract tourists who enjoy snorkeling of scuba diving.
With the exception of Teuk Chhu, none of the sites listed above have been made to stop further destruction at the sites. Today, locals and some foreigners visit the sites to do research.
Most of the handicrafts made of sea shells and corals that are popular with tourists are made in Kampot province.
This handicraft is sold along the beaches and is very popular with tourists.
Corals are also popular with visitors. The coral is washed until it is white, and sold along the beach to local and foreign visitors. Because coral is rapidly disappearing from the sea and oceans, however, environmentalists discourage tourists from buying these souvenirs.
Salt products are among the items Cambodia produces for export. Cambodia can produce enough salt for use inside the country and also for export. Most if the products are made in Kampot district nearby the sea.