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Half-Day Tour of Floating Village and Tonle Sap Lake by Boat

Highlights
  • Magnificent views of Tonle Sap Lake from the water
  • Lunch with a view at a floating restaurant on the lake
  • Onboard guide commentary ensures you don’t miss anything
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Half-Day Tour of Floating Village and Tonle Sap Lake by Boat
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The Floating Village and Port of Chong Khneas are located less than 15km from Siem Reap. It is the perfect place to visit on the Tonle Sap Lake for those that don't have the time to explore Prek Toal
US$29,00
Half Day Tour
The Floating Village and Port of Chong Khneas are located less than 15km from Siem Reap. It is the perfect place to visit on the Tonle Sap Lake for those that don't have the time to explore Prek Toal
US$29,00
Overview
The floating villages, stilted houses, and lotus fields of Tonle Sap Lake lie just south of Siem Reap. On this cruise, experience local life on the lake as you cruise to the floating village of Chong Khneas, visit a crocodile and fish farm, and enjoy a delicious lunch at the Queen Tara floating restaurant. A small-group size and included hotel transportation make for a highly personalized, hassle-free experience.
What to Expect
Begin your adventure with pickup from your Siem Reap hotel for a roughly 20-minute journey to the port at Phnom Krom. Set sail aboard a small boat and admire the scenery as you glide by lotus fields and lush rice paddies, and visit a fish and crocodile farm to learn more about traditional fishing practices.

Continue to Chong Khneas and learn about local life on the lake as you sail around the homes, markets, schools, and spirit houses of the floating village. Finally, arrive at the Queen Tara, a floating restaurant, where lunch will be served as you gaze out over the lake.

After lunch, transfer back to Chong Khneas port by small boat, where a driver will be waiting to take you back to your Siem Reap hotel.
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1 - 5 of 11 reviews

Reviewed 23 July 2018 via mobile
Not the best time

We visited the village on 16/7/18. It’s the beginning of the rainy season. The water was murky and in some areas were a bit high. I’m not a fan of crocodiles and knowing there are crocodiles in the river didn’t make it any better. Nonetheless,...More

1  Thank NazimaA17
Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile
Worst day ever

When you talk about a cruise you assume beauty. Not this it is just floating slums. Dirty filthy water, garbage all over and boat takes you out to see floati ng homes. Not half a day a matter of about one hour. Total waste of...More

2  Thank harper l
Reviewed 30 March 2018
Unexpectedly moving

Like everyone else, I was in Siem Reap to see the temples of Angkor Wat. This excursion was unexpected, and since it was arranged by our tour company I'm not sure this was the subcontractor who took us, but it sounds like the same experience....More

Thank Insouciant1
Reviewed 29 March 2018
Pleasant cruise showing floating village life

A relaxing couple of hours but not much in the way of wild life. Water was dirty with much floating plastic waste. Locals threw plastic bottles into the river and lake-they may not be aware of the damage being done but recycling desperately needs instigated...More

3  Thank Anne G
Reviewed 6 March 2018 via mobile
Not much content

This tour was just over 4 hours from pick up to drop off. The driving portion is about 40 minutes total. We stopped at a lotus weaving center for 15 minutes along the way. The tour starts with a tour up a very polluted river...More

2  Thank Paul H
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