Floating Village and Siem Reap City Tour
See the famous floating village on the great Tonle Sap Lake. You’ll also get to see museums and the Killing Fields in Siem Reap town.
We’ll leave in the morning to go to Kampong Phluk, one of the floating villages located near to Siem Reap. Here we will take a boat trip to the village and the flooded forest.
In the afternoon, we’ll visit Wat Thmey Killing Field, Angkor National Museum, and the War Museum
Tour Duration: 1 Day
Tour Type: Private Tour
Pick-Up Time: 08:00
Tour Code: AD2
On this tour, we leave early in the morning and head out to Kampong Phluk which is one of the floating villages on the great Tonle Sap lake. Here, we’ll take a boat trip to see the famous floating village where you’ll see a whole village of people who live and work on top of the water. Their homes, schools, shops, all float on the lake. They even have medical clinics to visit too. We will also explore the flooded forest before heading back to land.
In the afternoon, we will go to see the Wat Thmey Killing Fields. This is a pagoda which was used by the Khmer Rouge to kill and torture their victims. Today, it acts as a reminder to the atrocities which happened in the not too distant past. We will also see the Angkor National Museum where you can see anicent artefacts from the Angkor period of Cambodian history. There are exhibits which have been recovered and are on show for the public to see. We will also visit the war museum which displays some of the military vehicles and weapons used during the long and bloody civil war.
You will need entrance fees for museums. You will take a boat ride out to the village and all safety equipment (life vests) are provided.
Angkor National Museum Ticket = $12 per person
War Museum Ticket = $5 per person.
English-Speaking Tour Guide, Transportation, Bottled Water.
Entrance fees, Food and Drinks except for Water.
Price Per Group
Group of 1 – 3 people = $95 USD
Group of 4 – 5 people = $107 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.
ALL TRANSPORT INCLUDES A/C. EXCEPT FOR TUK TUKS.