Kampong Khleang (Floating Village) and Beng Mealea Tour

Great for families of all ages. We can accommodate young children, or make it fun for your teenagers! Just let us know who’s coming and we can make the best tour for you.


See the stunning floating villages that sit on top of the great Tonle Sap Lake after looking at some early examples of Khmer architecture.

Kampong Khleang, Beng Mealea

Tour Duration: 1 Day

Tour Type: Private Tour

Pick-Up Time: 08:00

Tour Code: AD11

Tour Description

This tour starts after breakfast at 8am. We’ll head out to Kampong Khleang to the floating villages. Here you can see one of the three floating villages situated near Siem Reap. The houses sit on tall stilts which for the most of the year are fully submerged in water. Some houses can even be as high as 10 metres. Every year, the Tonle Sap floods the surrounding areas and provides life to the region. On top of the water, you’ll see schools, clinics, homes, and even small shops. You can watch how the local people are able to live on the water.

We’ll start the afternoon with Beng Mealea. This stunning temple has been left to ruins and is rarely visited by tourists due to its remote location away from Siem Reap town. However, after setting eyes on the temple, you’ll understand why it’s worth the trip. Beng Mealea is a favourite for all who visits and it’s one of the most stunning temples built throughout the entire Khmer empire.

After the tour, we’ll drop you back to your hotel or any other destination in Siem Reap.


Tour Notes

This tour requires a Beng Mealea temple ticket which is $5 per person. You will take a boat ride out to the village and all safety equipment (life vests) are provided.


English-Speaking Tour Guide, Transportation, Boat Ride and Bottled Water.

Not Included

Entrance Tickets, Food and Drinks except for Water, Accommodation.


Price Per Group

Group of 1 – 3 people = $139 USD

Group of 4 – 5 people = $154 USD

6+ people = Contact Us

Please note that all visitors must respect the strict dress code at the temples. Guests must cover their thighs and shoulders when entering the temple complex. If you are not wearing the correct clothing, you may be refused entrance to the temples.