Here's a quick info snippet for the trivia-junkies: Phnom Penh is not just Cambodia's capital, but is also the largest city, alongside being the nation's centre for cultural heritage, security, diplomacy, industrial and economic activities.
So start off your tour on a moto-remork (Cambodian tuk tuk), as you head out of Phnom Penh and past the Japanese Friendship Bridge. From there, you'll board a vehicle ferry across the mighty Mekong River to Mekong Island, renown for silk weaving, agriculture and aquaculture. Stop to admire the silk weavers at work, give it a try yourself and take this opportunity to purchase silk products.
Next up on this Phnom Penh tour, is exploring Buddhist temples and observing the simple life of its locals. Did you know that 85% of locals sustain a livelihood agriculture or aquaculture? So a glimpse of rice, morning glory, fruit fields, makes for an authentic and holistic cultural experience for you. In addition, you'll also get to see the Vietnamese village and its fishing boats, floating fish farms, and Catholic Churches.
The last part of your tour is trading the moto-remork for a boat, to catch the sunset at the junction of Tonle Bassac, Tonle Sap. Take in breath taking sceneries like the distinctive architectures of Wat Ounalom and the Royal Palace, before journeying back to your hotel.
- Local English speaking guide
- Transportation via tuk tuk
- Vehicle barge
- Local boat with life jackets
- Khmer snacks.
* Children below the age of 6 are not permitted on this tour.
Pick up time start at 2:30pm
Meeting Point: Front Entrance of National Museum of Phnom Penh
Address: Preah Ang Eng St. (13), Phnom Penh.
Finish Time: 6PM
Finish Point: Drop off at centrally located hotels in Phnom Penh.