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Floating Village, Siem Reap

Kompong Phluk កំពង់ភ្លុក

Kampong Phluk is a flooded village of perhaps 700 stilted houses located around 30km from Siem Reap city, which about an hour by car to get there. During there dry season from January to March egrets (herons) migrate from Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary, 50km south west and come to Kampong Phluk to feed on the…

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Tonlé Sap ទន្លេសាប

Floating village of Mechrey

To get to this floating village it takes around 30 minutes by car from Siem Reap city. Along the way we can see Cambodian villages, duck farms, rice fields and the local people going about their daily activities. As you travel around Tonle Sap Lake by boat you will see the local people living in…

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George and Roma from Australia

Roma and George from Australia had a wonderful time in Siem Reap being taken to the sights of Angkor Wat direct from their hotel with their wonderful guide, Panha from Angkor Cab.

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Koh Ker's most famous

Koh Ker Temples

Koh Ker ប្រាសាទកោះកេរ្ដិ៍ best known for the Pyramid Temple(Prasat Thom) is about 120 km from Siem Reap and remains sparsely populated and surrounded by jungle. This is perhaps due to the relatively  recent and ongoing land min clearance, currently less around 50 of the 180 or so possible attractions are safe to visit.  Koh Ker is actually a good…

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Things to do

Kulen Mountain

Kulen mountain is one of the most popular mountain destinations for both local and foreigner tourists. Located within Siem Reap province,  around 70km from the city or 40km from Angkor Area, it usually takes us around one hour’s to drive to get there. The drive is especially  interesting as we can see local villages with stilt houses (…

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formerly only for royals to see

Apsara performance – Traditional Cambodian Dancing

Apsara អប្សរា is short for  Tep Apsara (very beautiful women), but usually refers to the Apsara dancing performance which in previous times were only performed before the king or royal family due to the  sacred nature of the dance. Fortunately now we treat visitors to Cambodia as though they are royal, and you are welcome to watch this…

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Angkor Area Flexible Day Tour

Experience the real colour of the Cambodia with an unforgettable day around Siem Reap. Visit the iconic Angkor Wat at the least crowded times, discovering the history from knowledgeable, english fluent temple guides in the hands of cautious and very safe drivers. Choose your pickup time and preferred destinations from a flexible itinerary which makes the best use…

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Tonlé Sap ទន្លេសាប

Tonle Sap

Popular after a tiring day walking around temples. Enjoy the boat trip to see the flooded village , pagoda, jungle, and flooded school especially you can see how people make a living inside the lake and a biggest lake in Southeast Asia.

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Phnom Krom

Phnom Krom ប្រាសាទភ្នំក្រោម is one of 3 Hilltop Temples built by the 4th King of the Angkor, Yasovarman I ព្រះបាទយសោវរ្ម័នទី១ who ruled Kambuja from 889 to 910 CE. Located around 12km southwest of Siem Reap city and it takes us around 20 minutes by car, and another 15-20 minutes to climb the steps to temple…

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Ta Prohm temple or The great jungle temple 

Ta Prohm Temple or The Great Jungle Temple Ta Prohm Temple was built by King Jayavarman VII in the late 12th – early 13th centuries and is a Buddist temple dedicated to his mother. Ta Prohm is the modern name but it was originally called Rajavihara (Monastery of the King). It is located in Angkor…

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