Koh Thonsáy is a Cambodian island located off the country’s southern coast in the Gulf of Thailand. “Koh Thonsáy” translates to Rabbit Island, it is being administered by Kep Province.
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Koh Tonsay (Rabbit Island) is a small island close to Kep in Cambodia. The island is generally pretty quiet and is a gem of coastal Cambodia. All the bungalows and restaurants for tourists are at the main beach.
Besides that there are only a few fisher huts scattered around the island. Development is slow, though there is now a massage shack directly on the beach.
The name Rabbit Island derives from the shape of the island, not from any rabbits there.