Tatai is located 70 miles (113 kilometers) northwest of Sihanoukville and 120 miles (193 kilometers) west of Phnom Penh, Cambodia's capital.
Vacationing in just one place, regardless of its popularity, will only ever provide you with a narrow glimpse into the wider qualities of a region. So allow time to explore Cambodia's other sights and attractions. If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Koh Ouen, 55 miles (89 kilometers) to the north, and Koh Rong 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the north.
Faith is an intrinsic part of every place's make-up, so why not spend a little time in Cambodia's shrines and other sites of religious significance. Experience a little culture, learning and lore under the bright blue sky at Cambodia's much-loved open-air markets and gardens.
Take advantage of the knowledge of the locals and take one of the cycling tours, city walking tours and guided nature walks. This destination has a number of places for swimming, so be sure you leave room in your schedule to fit it in. Sailing is another popular watersport here.
Local cuisines are a great way to learn the area you are in. So head to some of Cambodia's eating establishments. Two of the region's typical ingredients are rice and noodles. For a true taste of Cambodia order bai sach chrouk (pork and rice) or kuy teav (noodle soup). And when you are ready for dessert, you can't say no to fried bananas. For those who enjoy a good brew, see what you think of Bayon. It is a popular drink in Cambodia. Don't forget, regardless of what time it is, Cambodia is a good place to order iced coffee.
If you plan on arriving and departing by air, it's good to remember that the handiest major airport is Trat Airport, 70 miles (113 kilometers) to the northwest of Tatai.