Floating village on Tonle Sap lake

Numerous lakes are considered a blue heart of Cambodia. The country's largest lake is called Tonle Sap which means "large fresh water." In dry season, the lake covers the area of 2,500 square meters; during rainy season this area gets four times bigger - and all surrounding fields and forests get flooded.

In dry season, Tonle Sap lacks its bluish color but you still won't regret visiting it in summer. The lake makes home for several floating villages that have real streets connected by bridges. The locals move around by boats. Floating villages have their own church, Buddhist temple, shops, schools, and even a restaurant.

Most locals grew so accustomed to living on water, that they cannot imagine living on land. By visiting the floating villages, you will het to know traditional way of life and ancient culture of the locals.




Price

People in the group
2
3
4
5
6,7,8
With tourguide - khmer 35 $ 25 $ 20 $ 17 $ 15 $

- Prices are quoted in dollars per person, including: support for Russian-speaking guide and transport
- Vehicles with air conditioning on trips up to 2 people - cars Toyota Camry, from 3 people Mini Bus Ssang Yong / Daewoo

Take:
- Glasses / Headdress
- Sun block
- Camera

For every guest free bicycle rental for biking around town and around the temples
Unforgettable tour to Angkor Wat and other temples of the ancient city of Angkor

35% discount

When renting a room for a month or more


Free Wi-Fi each room