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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
Only do this if you need half a day break from Siem Reap and the temples. I booked a relatively cheap tour at USD 15. Our bus had around 10 spaces, but it took 2 hours to get there, as we needed to drive around...More
Seems like lots of great and also horrible reviews all with valid points. I think one is more likely to rate it higher if it is included in a package tour vs having to pay twenty dollars a person and maybe another twenty if the...More
Beautiful tour and interesting culture. I will say it seemed a bit of a scam when they want you to "donate" to the school...I am not sure this money actually gets to where they say it goes. But people were really kind and genuine otherwise....More
This is a remote village on Tonie Sap lake, which is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia.
The duration of the tour is over 3 hours.
It was good having a guide for this tour as the explanations were very good.
The tour starts...More
Great morning spent visiting Kompong Pluk and the flooded forest. Tour cost $15 and extra $5 for the flooded forest (worth it to experience the peace). You can ignore all the ladies touting their wares. Our guide was great as he came from this village...More
Where to start? This is a stop on a pretty standard itinerary, so I made the mistake of not researching it much myself. Had I looked into it, I probably would have avoided it in the first place. But, since I didn't, my tuk tuk...More
This is a classic over priced tourist trap. 20 dollars a ticket for a 30 minute boat in and out of the river which is a garbage filled sesspit . They will rather needily expect tips and your basically taken to a shop in the...More
We took a boat to this little town, walked through it, then returned to our boat to go out onto Tonle Sap lake. The people in town were happy to show us their daily activities (drying shrimp in the street, repairing traps and nets for...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.