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Bayon Tabi

Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Welcome Bayon Tabi Tours Bayon Tabi Tour is a travel company in Cambodia specialising in tailor-made, private guided tours to Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Kampot and Kep. Using an expansive portfolio of tours carefully crafted to show you the very best of Cambodia, our travel experts create tailor-made travel packages to match all your travel preferences and needs. Special most of people the main and aim attraction when you travel to Siem Reap - the temples of the Angkor temple complex. More share package . Share tours availables,
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Andrew F wrote a review Mar 2020
Leeds, United Kingdom3 contributions6 helpful votes
I strongly recommend not to fly and instead take a private car. The journey provides a unique view of Cambodia. Our driver Davies was first class. He had good english and was very courteous. Davies stopped the car on 2 occasions to see local site, the spider market and Spean Praptos (bridge). The lunch stop was at a good, well priced and clean roadside restaurant.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Karyn K wrote a review Feb 2020
Oak Harbor, Washington38 contributions33 helpful votes
We only had a short time to be there but it was very beautiful. You could climb down and follow the river for a bit, unfortunately we just didn't have much time.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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John M wrote a review Feb 2020
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Most of the other reviews were pretty accurate. We really wanted more of a nature experience but this was pretty touristy - but somewhat less than the temples. There is an emphasis on the religion which is not too pushy and culturally relevant. Guide was very good and answered all our questions. As others mentioned, the ride is somewhat annoying. Our driver seem to have a need to pass everything quickly and the road is very bumpy. If you get car sick easily you might want to reconsider. I am going to add one more item that is not unique to this tour. Toward the end you are dropped off at a restaurant where the food is usually substandard and the prices are double or triple that of town. We were so annoyed that we got up and left. Interestingly all the other travelers had experienced a similar restaurant scam and they also got up with us and we all refused to eat. Perhaps if other travelers do the same this practice might end. If there is no choice then the price should be included in the tour - that was what was done in most places in Vietnam (sans drinks) and we're fine with that approach.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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David G wrote a review Feb 2020
Colchester, United Kingdom8 contributions1 helpful vote
We thoroughly enjoyed this trip along the river looking at the stilt houses. Our guide Choub spent a lot of time explaining how important the river is and we learned a lot about this way of life. Thank you Choub & driver Sourn.
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julz m wrote a review Feb 2020
armagh34 contributions35 helpful votes
I had read a lot about various Tonle Sap tours and how bad they were and was initially reluctant to book one but felt we had to do it whilst in the area. So I found this particular one with great reviews and booked for under £20pp. We were picked up at the hotel by AC minivan which transferred us to a small boat on the river outside SR. The boat took us to the stilted village. As expected, the village was not floating (being the dry season, we expected this though) so we had a walk around the village instead of a paddle and it was extremely interesting to see how people live here. It is not a tourist trap but a lively village. We then got back in the boat and went out on the Tonle Sap lake for around and hour and visited a floating restaurant there for drinks and some lake views. As the water level was low we could only take a tiny boat down the river and it was quite cramped. Souphea our guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. I would recommend this trip and company.
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