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There must be a better way? As Angkor Wat and temples complex has become a major tourist attraction, we decided long ago to create tours to suit small groups to avoid the rush hour of tourist and all the noise and flag waving that seemed to go hand...more
Nice Tour Guide but not a very exciting day. Needed to put in half a day before heading back to SG on business. Took us to a local market and then on to the floating village. Everything was fine until I boarded a small boat...More
The falls are nice, Buddha is interesting to see but otherwise it just feels like a tourist trap. The guides encourage you to pay little kids to watch your shoes while you see Buddha ( we were told 1USD each when there was 8 of...More
I landed that morning and got picked up around 3pm they were on time and had a van. There were a group of people doing the tour as well. They provided us with water and some details about Cambodia. We started off at a locus...More
This is a must. Though the river will not give you breathtaking views, it is the beauty of the small things, the tranquility...
The guide is top notch, so interesting and willing to make you enjoy your time without intruding.
It accommodates small groups, so...More
We got down to the hotel lobby ready for the trip at 8:00am as advised. After multiple pick ups and changes of vans by the tour company we didn’t leave for Kulen Mountain until past 9:00am. There was no explanation as to what was going...More
I really enjoyed this tour. Our guide was very knowledgable and fun. Though a bit pricey compared to other Tonle Sap tours out there, our tour was, in my opinion, worth it because of the length of time we spent at Tonle Sap. After the...More
This tour takes you to the very large, impressive lake of Tonle Sap, which includes seeing a floating village and crocodile farm followed by dinner on a boat. You first take a small boat to the floating village and crocodile farm and the boat ride...More
Rip off. Not a floating village. ..it's on stilts and in the dry season, most of the year, it's just a thousand boats on a muddy river. They will also stop you half way through the canoe part of the trip and try and humiliate...More