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Starling Farm

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Othom District | Konsat Tekchou, Kampot 07000, Cambodia
+855 23 724 274
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Interesting to see where pepper originated from but that’s about it They don’t do planned tours... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2018
grunter42
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Melbourne
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nice place located next to la plantation

Reaching their was quite bumby as roads were mudfy and undeveloped . Starling farm located next to... read more

Reviewed 18 March 2018
Amy D
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Kampot's largest certified GI Pepper Farm. Come and see how pepper grows and learn the difference between Green, Red, Black and White pepper. Try out some of our pepper dishes in our restaurant, one of the very few restaurants serving genuine Kampot Pepper. Our Black Pepper Crab, Red Pepper Shrimp and Green Pepper Squid are the finest in the region. Refresh with a chilled wine or fresh fruit juice whilst enjoying the beautiful scenery and breeze.
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Othom District | Konsat Tekchou, Kampot 07000, Cambodia
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+855 23 724 274
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Reviewed 27 April 2018 via mobile

Interesting to see where pepper originated from but that’s about it They don’t do planned tours even though that’s what we paid for through a tour agency Got an ad hoc 10 minute tour of the vines and explanation of the growth and harvesting process...More

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Reviewed 18 March 2018

Reaching their was quite bumby as roads were mudfy and undeveloped . Starling farm located next to la plantation . They have good variety of peppers , we end up buying fresh organic pepper , later come to know they were expensive than stores in...More

Thank Amy D
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Reviewed 18 February 2018 via mobile

This is a long dusty day out but we thought thorough worth it. The trip in the TukTuk was long bumpy and dusty but great fun. The secret lake was interesting as was the salt production stop. Unfortunately we visited at Chinese New Year and...More

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Reviewed 29 October 2017

I consider myself a foodie and a middling naturalist, but I confess I knew nothing about peppercorns before this tour. Though the tuk-tuk driver probably receives a bit of commission depending on what his customer spends, I couldn't bring myself to actually buy anything here,...More

1  Thank Tuttle51
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Reviewed 14 July 2017

I was taking a country side tour and the tuk tuk driver brought me here instead of La Plantation (I don't know why), even though they don't have a guide here. After looking around the plantation a bit, i went to the shop and bought...More

Thank aquabib
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Reviewed 13 July 2017

It's just worth it to spend long weekend there. There room is clean and beautiful view from window to the mountain and pepper farm. The trick is to order any food that come with their own pepper.

Thank Boranin
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Reviewed 8 April 2017

A bit of a trip but worth it. We took a tuk-tuk out and had a great driver/guide. Bought some pepper to take home even though it was a bit pricey.

Thank knute51
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Reviewed 17 March 2017

Had read all about this place, wanted to visit and went all the way out here down a long, pot-holed dirt track only to find that they don't do tours. Big disappointment!! Oh well, move onto La Plantation tp see what they have to offer....More

Thank Gay B
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Reviewed 15 November 2016

Now I know the whole process and journey of how a peppercorn from farm to table. It is really quite interesting how the red / white and black peppercorns originate from the same stem, but are processed differently to achieve different colors and flavors.

Thank Genevieve D
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Reviewed 27 October 2016

I bought a $20+ pepper grinder in the Phnom Penh store just over a year ago. It has had only domestic use and the grinder mechanism disintegrated. The shop did not want to know. I could have left there a happy customer if they had...More

1  Thank Michael W
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