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We had a great day on Tonle Sap, visiting the floating Village of Kompong Phluk and travelling through the mangroves in a small boat powered by our paddling.
We booked a private tour through our hotel and paid $20 American for 2 of us to...More
I went today. When I got to the boat ticket counter there are no prices listed. I asked how much and the guy shows me $45 on a calculator!!! I said no way. Then he taps in $40. I paid expecting an amazing tour. He...More
We were recommended to take this tour by our reception. It was great to see how is the life of local people there. To me, it was really a glimpse of authentic Cambodian life. The tour may be not for every body but was an...More
This ‘boat tour’ is really over priced $35usd for a short ride up the river where you will see a croc farm and some floating restaurants, however no food is included, that’s extra.
Our boat driver seemed nice to start with, once we got to...More
We visited family of four at the floating village. It is amazing. We had tour guide. You drive until the road ends, and then take a long wooden boat to the village on the water, as well to the Tonle Sap lake (largest on far...More
The price varies since it is not printed but stamped in the ticket...you get there and for some it is 20 dollars for others 25...you get in an extremely old boat see the floating village and then you arrive to another stop where they offer...More
Paid USD 20 per person for me and my wife (and 2 kids) to take the big boat into the Kompong. As we reached there we paid USD 15 for 2 boats to go deeper in. We loved the boat rides and the boat's driver...More
We went on a Blue Bird tour and it was fine. We had read about the different villages and this was the best we could do on our budget. By all accounts Kompong Kleang is a better place to tour for various reasons, but it...More
NOT GOOD, NOT SAVE, def. NOT WORTH MORE THAN 80$....boats unsave, called ecotourism which is for sure not true, way to expensive especially for cambodia, extra 10 $ for small boat tour through the floated forest only to have vendors in small boats pushing you...More
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It cost $30 USD including the mangrove / forest boat ride. It takes about and hour to get there from town by Tuk tuk. It's definitely not worth it, I would highly recommend against it. Just a scam to get money from tourists... More
It cost $30 USD including the mangrove / forest boat ride. It takes about and hour to get there from town by Tuk tuk. It's definitely not worth it, I would highly recommend against it. Just a scam to get money from tourists. It was pretty disappointing and quite sad to see how the villages live in poverty, riding through the village almost felt like they put on show.