- Travel by remork (Cambodian tuk tuk) and local boat
- Visit a floating and stilted fishing village on the Tonle Sap Lake
- See seasonal Cambodian agriculture and aquaculture activities
- Explore a local village and Buddhist Monastery
- Enjoy Cambodian snacks
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The lake is home to rare and endangered water birds and is unique for its flow of water, which changes direction twice a year. With the change in seasons, the lake has the ability to expand and shrink dramatically. At the height of the wet season, the lake can be more than 7,400 square miles (12,000 square kilometers) and provides half of the fish supply for Cambodia.
On the return journey to Siem Reap, take the back roads into town and get a glimpse of daily rural activities, such as rice planting and harvesting, duck farming, and making the popular but smelly fish paste. Stop at a local Buddhist temple, chat with the villagers and try the local snacks.
Reviewed by Soni K, March 2013
It was lovely.... Our tour guide, Dee, made this tour very memorable by taking us through a local village versus the typical tourist route...
Reviewed by Carolyn A W, March 2013
I really enjoyed the tour of Tonle Sap. The boat ride was a lot of fun and the guide was friendIly and knowledgeable not only about the tour but also about Cambodian history and culture. I would recommend this tour and the guide, chan mol chay. Thank you for a memorable experience.