Pedal your way around the islands of the Mekong on this 5-hour morning tour from Phnom Penh. Enjoy a glimpse of everyday life in rural Cambodia as you glide around the countryside, then hop on a ferry across the Mekong River and explore the Silk Islands. Along the way, jump off to admire beautiful pagodas, watch farmers at work in the fields and enjoy a traditional silk weaving demonstration, then re-fuel with a delicious lunch.
Explore the meandering Mekong delta and stop at authentic craft stores on this half-day biking tour of Cambodia’s Silk Island. Discover beautiful rice paddy farmlands, idyllic countryside and quaint traditional Cambodian villages - famed for their lemongrass, banana plant, ginger and corn pastures, and visit silk weaving houses where you’ll have a chance to by a scarf you can see made the old fashioned way by hand.
The hustle and bustle of Phnom Penh can be overwhelming at the best of times. Take a break and head north to the rural Silk Island on this quiet half-day walking tour. Discover the rhythms of Cambodian life away from the city: try your hand at farming at a local farm, visit traditional silk weavers and learn about their work, and walk around the island’s tiny villages and sunbaked countryside at your own pace, with a private guide by your side to help you explore.
Spend your wonderful day in Chambok where can bring you to the real flavor of the local experiences. Start with soft adventure activities such as trekking in the jungle and enjoy the most fascinating 40-meter-high waterfall, to experience and understand the way of living of the local people, culture as well as belief. This two days trip to Chambok, you will do numerous activities that will contribute to the social well-fare and environments. With this tour, you will:-Having a chance to experience and explore the local village lifestyles.-Enjoy multiple local activities like trekking, swimming, ox-cart riding, village cycling, bamboo sticky rice making and so on.-Interact with local people and and learn about local culture-Contribute to environmental friendly, local economic and local socio-cultural development-Spend your wonder night in a local home-stay which brings you closer to the local-All services are provided by local-Comfortable hotel pick up and drop off
Make your day to be a special with Phnom Penh Highlight Tours by many ways to explore all places are mentioned with your optional tours such as Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, Wat Ounalom, Choeung Ek Genocidal Center ( Killing Fields ) and Tuol Sleng Genocidal Museum.- Bike-cling Tour We will arrange the bike follow of your members. Your tour guide will take you around the city and visit all places are mentioned in the program.- Tuk Tuk Tour We will have a new experience with driving on Tuk Tuk to visit around and places in the city. Tuk Tuk will be arranged 2 people for each. - Comfortable car Your tour will be arranged with comfortable transportation. The driver and tour guide will take you to explore all places in Phnom Penn.
Explore the meandering Mekong delta and stop at authentic craft stores on this half-day biking tour of Cambodia’s Silk Island. Discover beautiful rice paddy farmlands, idyllic countryside and quaint traditional Cambodian villages - famed for their lemongrass, banana plant, ginger and corn pastures, and visit silk weaving houses where you’ll have a chance to by a scarf you can see made the old fashioned way by hand.Trip Highlights:- Explore beautiful countryside and peaceful island of the Mekong- Get a real life and real culture of living of Khmer people in these island- Connect with a local artisan when you visit silk weaving workshop- Experience an authentic of Khmer cuisine at the local restaurant on river front where you tried like Khmer Amok, Khmer Lok Lak, Fried green pepper, fried mushroom, and fried noodle etc
Stray from the beaten path and get a more intimate glimpse into rural Cambodia on a bike tour of the countryside from Phnom Penh. Designed for travelers looking to escape the city, this tour focuses on local traditions and Khmer history, and provides insight that you won’t find in the guide books. Plus, you’ll visit the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek to learn about the turbulent recent history of Cambodia.
Visitors to Cambodia enjoy lots of options to discover the country's wilderness and natural beauty, but few outdoors adventures also offer the chance to get intimately familiar with local culture and customs. Avoid getting a one-sided picture of life in rural Cambodia with this two-day multisport adventure, which combines cycling and hiking through rice paddies and mountains with a homestay in a small Cambodian village.
Enjoy a morning bicycle ride along the quiet roads of the Silk Islands out of city. With aneasy to understand English speaking guide, you'll visit a local village and ride past beautifullyscenic rivers and farmlands to observe the village life in the Cambodian countryside.We will maintain a comfortable pace for new as well as experiencedriders. Cold water and lunch will be provided during the tour.
Private workshops with professional photographer Gemma Sandell based in Phnom Penh, with the option of one or two days. The workshops are focused on street photography and portraiture. They offer the perfect way to find the lesser known spots around the city that make for great street shooting. Gemma’s photography tours offer an intimate insight into the city and it’s people.The one day workshop starts in the bustling city, where you will visit hidden backstreets and some unusual neighborhoods to get a taste of life in Phnom Penh. You will then visit a wet market - perfect for portrait shots - where you will also break for lunch. In the afternoon you will take a ferry to Koh Dach, where Gemma will show you her favourite villages and you will experience some cottage industries. Gemma’s bond with the people of Phnom Penh and grasp of the local language make for a very authentic experience.
Here in Kirirom National Park, we have many facilities and attractions. In Kirirom National Park we could easily find a line of mountain and connect to each other. Many people love traveling, so if you have a chance to travel in Kirirom, we are highly recommend to do the trekking with us. Trekking is the hobby outdoor where you can get in touch deep into the nature. See a different kind of animal like squirrel and deer. Stay happy enjoy life with many highest pine trees. Make the best activity and memorized your footage.
Away from the tuk tuks, car, the massages, the pizza and the bars, is a truly unique experience. It's as simple as going on a bike ride on other side of Mekong River and through the Mekong Islands that lie just north of Phnom Penh.
The Tonle Sap Trail runs all the way from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap—a scenic 71-mile (115-kilometer) route. On this tour, set out on an epic 3-day bike ride, cycling through the heart of the countryside, past rice paddies, floating villages, and old railway lines. Stop along the way to visit the villages of Tonle Sap, discover local handicrafts in Kampong Chhnang, and admire the historic architecture in Battambang.
Private workshops with professional photographer Gemma Sandell based in Phnom Penh, with the option of one or two days. The workshops are focused on street photography and portraiture. They offer the perfect way to find the lesser known spots around the city that make for great street shooting. Gemma’s photography tours offer an intimate insight into the city and it’s people.You will spend the first day exploring some of Phnom Penh’s hidden gems - secret back alleys, lesser seen neighborhoods and authentic wet markets. You will stop for local food along the way. The day will finish on the bustling riverside, where you’ll practice some portraiture under Gemma’s supervision.Day two will start with breakfast at a market and another great chance for photographing interesting characters. You will then take a ferry to Koh Dach where you will see some local cottage industries, explore countryside villages and beautiful farmland.
Get on a bicycle, off the beaten track and explore the contrast in countries between Cambodia and Vietnam.With adventures beginning in Phnom Penh and finishing in Saigon, Vietnam, you can truly explore and uncover the mysteries of these two incredible countries.Social Cycles will take you on a journey to interact and connect with local grassroot Non Government Organisations (NGOs) and the beneficiaries of a funded project of your choosing. Research what really happens on the ground and out in the villages with Social Cycles in a holiday that carefully balances ethical research and local impact with cycling and site seeing.All tours include hotel accommodation, meals, bike hire, local attractions, NGO engagements, support van, local guides and mechanics and much more.
Venture beyond Phnom Penh and explore the countryside of Cambodia’s southern region on this 4-day bike tour, led by an experienced guide. Discover a rural way of life alongside remote beaches, dense jungles, rural villages and historic sites, plus enjoy views of the Gulf of Thailand. You’ll visit the infamous Killing Fields for a sobering look into Cambodia’s tragic past, and travel further back in time to ancient Khmer temples along the 'pepper' route. Stay overnight at a beach resort in Kep and at a riverside lodge in Kampot.
Survival Tour and Primitive Life is a journey to feed your spirit and soul. It will take one or two days to flashback about something that could teach you well whenever you stay in the jungle, even you are alone. You come to visit and learn about nature. Connect your-esteem with a sense of an individual. Becoming a person who will never afraid of walking in the forest alone.
Retreat into the countryside on this scenic full-day bike tour of Oudong (Udong), the former royal residence and capital of Cambodia. Departing bustling Siem Reap by minivan, you’ll cycle with a guide down backcountry trails and dirt roads, stopping at majestic Khmer temples and pagodas, palm wineries and local villages. Climb the stairway to Phnom Oudong, topped by Buddhist stupas, for sweeping views of the rural surroundings. Along the way, you’re served light refreshments and a Cambodian lunch at a local market.
Pedal the road less travelled as you escape the busy streets of Phnom Penh for the remote trails of the Oudong Mountain. Saddle up for a thrilling full-day bike tour and tackle a moderate 60km route along country tracks and backroads. Get a glimpse of everyday life as you pass through rural villages, watch farmers at work in the rice fields and wave to the locals along the way. Arrive at Oudong’s hilltop temple in time for a well-deserved picnic lunch, then relax as you journey back to the city in a tuk-tuk.
- Unique cycling experience through local communities and villages to reach well-known Silk Island. - A great oppportunity to understand how local weaving and producing the silk by their hands- Enjoy Picnic lunch as well as visit local Khmer monastery
Go beyond Phnom Penh's temples and glean an insight into ordinary Cambodian life on this day-long cycle tour. This tour introduces the fishing community of Tonle Sap, which is often neglected by tours in the region, and showcases the work of local artisans. Combine the virtue of a day of cycling with the chance to discover an authentic slice of Cambodia.
Explore Phnom Penh and destinations on the outskirts of Cambodia’s capital city during a 2-day tour that covers sites that many visitors miss. Start with a full-day city tour of attractions such as Independence Monument, the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, and Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S21). For the second day, head out to Phnom Oudong to view temple ruins and stupas, and meet a family of silver artisans.
Enjoy an insight into local life that’s hard to achieve independently as you cycle rustic Silk Island with a translator/guide. Door-to-door transfers make the journey a dream, while your guide will introduce you to the local artisans who go about their crafts, be they silk production, wood carving, or pottery.