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The Prek Toal Biosphere Reserve is one of the most important bird sanctuaries in Southeast Asia, but the only way to visit is by boat. Grab your camera and seek out rare birds like Spot-billed Pelican, Black-headed Ibis, and Masked Finfoot on this full-day cruise of Tonle Sap Lake from Siem Reap. That’s not all: visit the Chong Khneas crocodile farm, get a glimpse of local life as you cruise through floating villages, then tuck into a delicious Cambodian-style lunch (included) at a floating restaurant.
Get a glimpse of local life as you cruise past the floating villages and markets around Tonle Sap lake on this 6-hour tour from Siem Reap. Experience life on the water as you cruise along the Khleang River in a flat-bottomed boat, pass through the flooded forest, and stop at a floating school to meet the school kids, then tuck into a delicious Khmer-style lunch at a local restaurant.
Visit the sacred peak of Kulen Mountain and explore the natural landscapes of the surrounding Phnom Kulen National Park on this full-day tour from Siem Reap. Take in the views from the mountaintop, admire the 16th-century reclining Buddha statue, and hike to Kulen Waterfall.
Escape the tourists crowds of Siem Reap on a tour that reveals a lesser-known part of Cambodia: Kampong Phluk fishing village. Choose from a morning or afternoon departure time, and set off to discover a side of Siem Reap that few tourists see. A guide provides insight into local culture as you get the best views of floating communities from the water. Plus, exploring by wooden row boat means your ecological impact is lower than on conventional tours.
Travelers who want to avoid spending too long outside during the heat of the day will love this well-timed evening tour. In the late afternoon you’ll be taken out into the countryside around Siem Reap. Visit villages and a Buddhist monastery, getting the chance to interact with the locals and seeing how the monks spend their time in prayer. Top off the evening with magical sunset views over the rice fields.
Tonle Sap - the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia - is home to the floating village of Kompong Phluk. Set among lush - sometimes flooded - mangroves, this fishing village of distinctive stilt houses boasts an ever-changing landscape due to Cambodia's dramatic wet and dry seasons. In a small group, get an up-close view of the lifestyle and culture of this unique Southeast Asian lake community.
Experience traditional life in Cambodia on this half-day cruise from Siem Reap and visit the flooded forest and floating village of Kompong Phluk. Along the way, paddle past lush rice paddies, stilted houses, and floating markets; watch local fishermen at work; and admire the view across Tonle Sap Lake.
Get to Angkor Wat and see it illuminated by the Cambodian sunrise without a stuffy and crowded bus ride from Siem Reap. On this morning tour, head out from Siem Reap in the early morning in a luxurious private vehicle. Enjoy the countryside drive before you arrive at the Angkor temple complex. Watch the sun rise over the complex’s grand centerpiece – a one-of-a-kind photo opportunity – then spend the rest of the morning exploring this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Many travelers miss seeing the Roluos group of temples and the Phnom Kulen National Park because they’re so focused on Angkor Wat. On this tour you can feel as though you’ve been let in on a special secret. You’ll visit this outlying group of temples, which are archeologically important but much less crowded than the ‘main’ Angkor temples. In the park you can check out beautiful natural spots, like waterfalls and forest. This tour is an easy way to get off the main tourist circuit of Siem Reap.
Visit two traditional villages in Tonle Sap Lake on a half-day tour from Siem Riep that explores the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. You’ll see a true floating village and a community built on stilts, then travel through a watery mangrove forest, with a break for lunch and drinks on a 135-foot (41-mt.) lake boat. This full-day tour includes round-trip transport from Siem Riep hotels, lunch, and a sightseeing cruise by longtail boat.
Wildlife and bird-watching enthusiasts will especially enjoy this day trip. You’ll be picked up early in the morning to get to the bird conservation site at the best time of day. Your ranger-guide will give you a thorough briefing about the birds you’re likely to see. After plenty of time bird-watching, you’ll travel by ox cart to a local village, where you’ll learn about rural livelihoods and ways of life. This is a fun and interesting tour for travelers who want to go beyond the typical tourist sites.
This is your best choice if you wish to do all main temple in Siem Reap, and with your short time. We are open minded as well to serve you stay better with us for this temple tour in your holiday.All 5 temples; there are Angkor Wat, Bayon, Ta Prom, Ta Nei, and Baphoun. but you can as for couple more temple in the small tour if you would like.
Journey 30km to the north-east of Siem Reap where you will find a newly established eco-tourism community called Trav Kod. The community is centered around a lush, natural lake offering views of Phnom Kulen and Phnom Bok mountains. Explore the area on foot whilst your guide prepares your kayaks before jumping in the water for a paddle. Enjoy an easy paddle to the lotus field that has taken residence in the northern part of the lake and follow as your guide shows you the many uses of the lotus in Cambodia. Along the way you may catch a glimpse or even have an up close encounter with the family of water buffalo that lives around here! Relax in the lovely lakeside hammocks with a refreshing drink as the sun sets over the surrounding mountains and enjoy a local, family-style meal before returning to Siem Reap.
Oxcart Tour provide amazing opportunity to see glimpses of rural lifestyle, get to know more about Cambodian culture, customs and friendly locals. The traditional ox cart has been an important part featuring about Cambodian culture dating back to hundreds of years. Until the present, oxcart is still used to transport goods, stacks of thatches, sacks of rice from the one place to others. Apart from using oxcart to carry stuff, it brings an attractive adventure to tourists who wish to see charming Cambodia.
Combine Angkor temples with a rural exploration of the outskirts of Siem Reap, accompanied by an expert guide. This is a great tour for the traveler who wants a mix of temple sightseeing and local life. Temple highlights include visits to Banteay Samre and Banteay Srei, one of Angkor Archaeological Park’s most beautiful temples built recognized for its elaborate carvings. After a local lunch explore Tonle Sap Lake and local life at a traditional fishing village before winding down at Siem Reap’s Old Market back in town.
Step back in time to the birth of the Angkor Empire with a pioneering excursion to Phnom Kulen. Trace the footsteps of Cambodia’s greatest kingdom on the back of a motorbike. Travel rugged tracks to discover riverbeds carved with sacred images and abandoned temples oozing with history.
Shun both the crowds and the transport touts on this door-to-door private guided tour of two of Cambodia’s less-visited destinations. Start with a boat trip around a floating village—Kompong Phluk between July and March, Chong Kneas during the dry season. Then travel back in time to Beng Mealea, a sprawling jungle temple with an Indiana Jones vibe.
Visit to Battambang from Siem Reap. A city in northwestern Cambodia, Battambang is known for its colonial buildings and artifacts from local Khmer temples. This is the perfect day trip to see rural Cambodia and some off-the-path sites from your central stay in town. A full-day experience that returns you to Siem Reap by 7:00pm.
A small-group remote jungle excursion for those looking to get off the beaten path! Explore Beng Mealea, a hidden ruined temple in the jungle outside of Siem Reap. Remote and relatively undiscovered, a trip to Beng Mealea takes you away from the crowds of Angkor. However, with this tour you won’t miss the highlights of Angkor – on return to Siem Reap, stop at Angkor Wat and Bayon.
[ ABOUT THIS TOUR ]- Distance: 20-23 km- Duration 4.30 hours- Time 2:00 pm-6:30 pm- Group Size 1-15 pax[ TOUR HIGHLIGHT ] - Phnom Krom Mountain- Green rice-paddy and farmers- Local Market & Local School
With aiming to help Beoung Torteung Thngai Community, Countryside Cycling tour is creating the unique cycling tour package for you to experience the real local life of Siem Reap, Cambodia. Beside the tour sightseeing at Angkor Wat Complex and other main attraction side in Siem Reap, you can explore another haft day cycling tour to countryside, enjoy the green view of vegetable garden, rice field and experience the ox cart ridding in the village with our villager. They will bring you around the see the real life of our friendly villager. Visit the small and charming Tropaing Plong Temple. Enjoy the great view of Sunset at the rice field. Experience the local khmer food who cook by our villager which is very hygiene and tasteful at Beung Torteung Thngai lake. Beong Torteung Thngai like is one of the Ancient lake in Siem Reap. Beoung Torteung Thngai Community has been established 2016 by APSARA Authority in order to help to improve the Livelihood to be more better for the villager.
ABOUT THIS TOUR- Location: West Baray – The Great Reservoir- Duration: Full day tour- Tour start: 7:30 am- Total distance: 40km-45km( Approx)PlEASE NOTEThe price is per person. Our tour group size is nice and small, from a minimum of 2 to a maximum of 15. We also arrange private tours, these can have custom itineraries for groups of 4 or more. Please kindly contact us to find out more.
Meet the life saving animals of Cambodia! Experience first hand the incredible abilities of the Belgian Malinois breed, extensively trained by dog experts in Siem Reap. NPA Explosive Detection Dogs is a project run by Norwegian People's Aid, a non-profit organisation committed to ridding the world of landmines and explosive remnants of war that still cause injuries and impact the lives of many Cambodian communities.