Chong Kneas

Tonle Sap is Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake, providing livelihoods for over 10% of Cambodia’s population. Its water level varies considerably and the inhabitants of six of the seven villages at Chong Kneas

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Kampong Phluk

Kampong Pluk is about 20 Km locates on the Southeast of Siem Reap Town. Two ways are accessible to Kompong Pluk, a charter boat ride from Chong Kneas takes one and a half hour and the other by overland just one hour by car

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Kampong Kleang

Kampong Kleang is a beautiful community on Tole Sap River. It locates about 40 min drive from Siem Reap. The unique of this community is the house is not floated but it stands with the 10meteres from the water in dry season and about

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Apsara Dance Performance

Apsara Dance has been part of Khmer culture for centuries. This fact is evident from thousands of bas-reliefs found on the walls of ancient Angkorian and pre-Angkorian temples. In Hindu and Buddhist mythology you will often hear about

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Cambodia Landmine Museum

We strive to educate our visitors of the importance of clearing landmines in Cambodia. With potentially 5,000,000 still in the ground, landmines have immensely impacted the history and culture of this amazing society

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Cambodian Circus

Be mesmerized by the captivating choreography and hypnotic color of a Phare performance in Siem Reap. Feast your senses on a 90-minute spectacle that blends riveting theater with folk music and distinctly

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KHMER COOKING CLASS AND COUNTRYSIDE TOUR

After picking you up from your hotel, you will be driven to the home of a lovely Khmer family who lives in a traditional village just outside of Siem Reap. Here you will watch them prepare and cook a true Khmer dish

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Night Food Tour

Feast your senses on the enticing smells and explosive flavors of Cambodian cuisine on a 3-hour evening tour of Siem Reap’s street food district. Climb aboard a motorized rickshaw and delve into the cultural

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Sunset at Countryside

Ride along Siem Reap River, leaving downtown to Buddhist Monastery (Arthvear, pass by a 12th century temple) and observe monks’day-to-day routine and see lotus flowers field along the way. Then, keep continuing

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