Our tours

We have designed three tours that take you to major sites – like Angkor Wat and the floating villages – but do our best to include local, cultural experiences on each tour (like visiting markets, seeing local businesses, and visiting staff family homes). You are welcome to join us on any of these tours but we are also happy to design a tour for you. Feel free to send us a message to discuss.

The Angkor Wat Experience

Duration: Approximately 4-5 hours
Included: hotel pick-up and drop-off / transportation via Jeep / cold water
See the the most important temples including Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom, the home of Bayon and Terrace of the Elephants. We also visit Ta Prohm, famous for its overgrown trees. The tour beings with hotel pick-up followed by a quick stop to purchase tickets (if needed). While the roads around the temples are paved we will go a different, slightly longer way. This allows us to travel on dirt roads along the river and visit local workshops including stonemasons, wood shops, and traditional incense makers in between visits. This tour is very flexible and we are happy to create a personalized experience if you have particular interests or needs.
Who should do this?
Guests looking for a different way to experience the temples or limited time. This tour allows you to experience the Jeep, try out dirt roads, and see all the major temples. It’s a packed ½ – 3/4 day tour but leaves you with the morning or afternoon to see other attractions in the town.
Book now - $90 / Jeep
Note: Does not include tickets or temple tour guide.

A Day in Banteay Srey

Duration: Approximately 7 hours
Included: hotel pick-up and drop-off / transportation via Jeep / cold water, local snacks and lunch
Our team’s favorite! Get out of Siem Reap to see the real Cambodian countryside. After passing through rice paddies you’ll arrive at Phnom Bok, a lesser visited mountain home to ancient temple ruins. From here you’ll make your way to Banteay Srey but visit local artisans and family businesses making traditional sculptures, noodles, hyacinth mats and other products. Visit Banteay Srey temple, famous for its unique pink stone and preserved statues, followed by lunch at Sreyneang’s family home located near the temple. On the way back you’ll visit a rural pagoda for an optional blessing from monks.
Who should do this?
If you have are looking to see the Cambodia most Khmer’s experience everyday. See the countryside and local artisans and crafts. In addition, you’ll be able to see both Phnom Bok and the Banteay Srey temple which are not as touristy but critically important to the Angkor Empire. Finally, you’ll be able to enjoy a delicious Khmer lunch at a local home and get to know people in an intimate way.
Book now ($125 per jeep)

Floating Village + Countryside

Duration: Approximately 6 – 7 hours
Included: hotel pick-up and drop-off / transportation via Jeep / boat tickets and ride / cold water and lunch
Siem Reap is home to the Tonle Sap lake, a UNESCO biosphere reserve known for its flora and fauna, as well as floating villages whose residents live and earn their living from the lake. Guests will take the Jeep through countryside to Kompong Phluk Floating Village. On the way you’ll have the chance to try local snacks, visit a large pagoda, and experience a rural market. You will arrive in Kompong Phluk and take a boat through the floating village. Depending on season, you will also be able to visit the flooded forest in row boats. After, you see the massive Tonle Sap and, if visiting in the afternoon, a beautiful sunset.
Who should do this?
After the temples, the most common place to visit are Siem Reap’s floating village. This is a great “day in the life” tour, allowing you to see life in the countryside as well as the Tonle Sap lake and impressive floating villages. If you’re a foodie you will really enjoy this tour as there is so many street eats on the way!
Book now - $150 / Jeep

How did others enjoy the tours?

Had a great day at the temples. While the road was well paved we got to take some dirt side roads which was really fun. We also stopped by a local stone mason’s shop and it was interesting to learn how they train and learn carve statues. Angkor Wat was beautiful but our favorite was the Bayon temple. Thanks to Sopheap for a great day out and wish her, her husband and daughter the best.

KalleMalmö, Sweden

We went to the floating village and it was really interesting. Along the way you take this muddy dirt road and pass through all the rice paddies with water buffaloes occasionally blocking the road. The floating village was quite the site and extremely vibrant. Afterwards the market visit was really interesting – nothing like the Old Market – it’s the way Khmer’s really shop! Food was delicious as well and nice to meet Manith’s family and support their business.

AlexLos Angeles, USA

We did the Banteay Srey temple trip as we had seen the major temples. What a great decision! We felt like we saw the temple but our favorite part was everything else – visiting Sreyneang’s classmates home where we saw her mother make white noodles the traditional way. Then we had a great meal with Sreyneang’s family at her home. Everyone was kind and we are so happy to support this tour and will recommend it to any friends planning to visit in the future.

FrancoisParis, France

Had a great day at the temples. While the road was well paved we got to take some dirt side roads which was really fun. We also stopped by a local stone mason’s shop and it was interesting to learn how they train and learn carve statues. Angkor Wat was beautiful but our favorite was the Bayon temple. Thanks to Sopheap for a great day out and wish her, her husband and daughter the best.

KalleMalmö, Sweden

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Kampong Kleang

A floating village

Our tours take guests to Kompong Phluk, a floating village with a massive mangrove forest in Siem Reap. Located about 30km outside of the city, this village is home to thousands of people who have been living here for generations.