Lily LIm

Lily LIm

My name is Lily and I was born and raised in Cambodia I speak fluent English. My slogan is: “Nothing is impossible…everything is possible” I was a country fixer for many TV production teams and I know how to deal with difficult situations. Iam married 13 years with Andre, a dutchman. If I go on a tour then there will be always food and drinks around. As like the most Cambodian, I love delicious food. We offer a fully tailor-made service so if you would like any changes made to the quotation then please let me know. I can keep refining the proposal until we have created your perfect holiday.

Amazing Countryside tour Siem Reap (Join in tour)

Don’t forget to set your alarm: pick-up time is between 8am and 8.30am at your hotel!

Once everyone’s on board, we head out of Siem Reap (the city) and drive to the beautiful countryside area. There, we cycle along the red soil roads through some splendid villages ( don’t worry, it’s a nice and peaceful ride and flat the whole way ) . On our way, we stop by the local fish market where you can watch (and take part in?) traditional Khmer daily fish trading. After the ride, we take a small break to get a refreshing and well-deserved drink.

The day is far from over though! Our journey carries on with the visit of one of the most impressive floating village in Cambodia: Kompong Khleang. We will board a boat and discover the village.

At some point, your stomach will start rumbling… Worry not! That’s when we take you to a stilt house in the village to share a typical Khmer lunch with friendly locals.

After that we’ll head to the Vietnamese floating village. The Vietnamese village is not like the rest of Kompong Khleang, in that it is not composed of stilt houses. The houses there are built on floating objects and therefore float on the Tonlé Sap. The Vietnamese village moves along the river (and sometimes up to the lake) according to the season and is something you’ve most likely never seen before. You’ll get to see the floating school, hospital and local shops (they even have a hair dresser!)… An amazing sight, we promise!

The program may change a bit as our tour leader can decide day by day what is the best option, depending on the weather, the ability of our guests to ride a bicycle, and other matters that may lead him to decide to change the itinerary..

We’re generally back in Siem Reap around 5 pm, depending on the number of guests (up to 12) and their interest (interaction, speed on the bicycle…), so you may get back to your hotel a bit earlier or a bit later!

Tour Information

Location
Duration
8 Hours
Departure
04:00
Price per Participant
0,00 SGD
Languages
English
Group size
1 - 11 people
Transportation
Bus
Bicycle
Boat
Includes

- Pick up and drop off from your hotel - English speaking guide - Transportation by A/C Minivan - Bicycle tour in the countryside - Boat tour to the floating village - Lunch in a local house - Drinking water - Local snack

Excludes

- Other drinks - personal expenses - Tip for driver/guide

Cancellation

No cancellation fee 24 hours before the tour starts.

About the creator
Lily LIm

Lily LIm

Don’t forget to set your alarm: pick-up time is between 8am and 8.30am at your hotel!

Once everyone’s on board, we head out of Siem Reap (the city) and drive to the beautiful countryside area. There, we cycle along the red soil roads through some splendid villages ( don’t worry, it’s a nice and peaceful ride and flat the whole way ) . On our way, we stop by the local fish market where you can watch (and take part in?) traditional Khmer daily fish trading. After the ride, we take a small break to get a refreshing and well-deserved drink.

The day is far from over though! Our journey carries on with the visit of one of the most impressive floating village in Cambodia: Kompong Khleang. We will board a boat and discover the village.

At some point, your stomach will start rumbling… Worry not! That’s when we take you to a stilt house in the village to share a typical Khmer lunch with friendly locals.

After that we’ll head to the Vietnamese floating village. The Vietnamese village is not like the rest of Kompong Khleang, in that it is not composed of stilt houses. The houses there are built on floating objects and therefore float on the Tonlé Sap. The Vietnamese village moves along the river (and sometimes up to the lake) according to the season and is something you’ve most likely never seen before. You’ll get to see the floating school, hospital and local shops (they even have a hair dresser!)… An amazing sight, we promise!

The program may change a bit as our tour leader can decide day by day what is the best option, depending on the weather, the ability of our guests to ride a bicycle, and other matters that may lead him to decide to change the itinerary..

We’re generally back in Siem Reap around 5 pm, depending on the number of guests (up to 12) and their interest (interaction, speed on the bicycle…), so you may get back to your hotel a bit earlier or a bit later!

Bicycle in the countryside

Lunch in a typical local house

Interact with the locals

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