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Cambodia Farm Tour

Siem Reap, Cambodia
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About Cambodia Farm Tour
Hello and welcome to the Cambodian Farm Tour where we value your time, your experience and excitement. Our day tour explores the authentic Cambodian village life and is designed for you not just to see but to engage in the daily farmers’ activities. We believe that we will offer you the best experience in Cambodia
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marleenbl wrote a review Jan 2019
Cambodia8 contributions2 helpful votes
How amazing to be submerged and take part of the real country Cambodian life! Not just as a observer, but partaking in the every day activities of daily farm living. A breath of fresh air in the hustle and bustle of life!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Response from Samban-Theng, Manager at Cambodia Farm Tour
Responded Jul 16, 2019
thanks so much for participate with our activities all the best to you Best regards, Theng
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lakerman83 wrote a review Apr 2018
Imperial, California227 contributions22 helpful votes
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They took it out of the city. You can take a tuk tuk for $8 to the crocodile farm. A must in Siem Reap. For $10 you can feed a live chicken to them. If you really wanna spend some $$ bring that credit card as you can buy authentic crocodile leather purses, wallets, belts everything. $300 on up.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Rachel F wrote a review Sep 2017
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My husband and I did the farm tour with Mr. Strange and Mr. Barang and it was far and away the best tour we had during our travels throughout Southeast Asia. They picked us up promptly at the location we provided with a very comfy (air conditioned!) car. We then drove to a nice family farm in the country side. They had us change into traditional Khmer farm clothes (they were crisp, clean, and comfy) and a straw hat. Made for great pictures. They also gave us croc-like shoes to wear so we wouldn't dirty our own. We then had an hour tour through the village where we got to harvest our own rice and had the opportunity to buy beautiful handmade bowls from Khmer women. They cost between $3-$5, so bring some small bills if you wish to purchase something to bring back home, but there is absolutely no pressure to buy anything. After our stroll, we returned to the host farm where they had prepared all of our ingredients for our cooking class. All of the veggies were fresh straight from the farm, just picked hours earlier. We made a dish called "1000 Vegetable Soup" or "Coco". It was fantastic. We also prepared a mango salad. It was definitely the best meal I've had in Cambodia (maybe I'm biased because I prepared it myself lol). After our lunch we had a few beers and took a 30min nap in some hammocks they hung. After we were ready to get moving, we said our goodbyes to the family and Mr. Strange took us to a silk farm where we had a very professional and informative tour with one of the guides there - all included in the overall price of the farm tour. This was sooo cool. You get to walk through each step of the silk making process from egg to scarf. Fascinating. There's a gift shop at the end of the tour where you can buy a keepsake, but again, no pressure. On our way home we had the opportunity to go to the monastery to receive a blessing from the monks, so amazing. And to top it off, my husband has been itching to try Khmer crickets (he's crazy) and Mr. Strange made a special stop-off to a street vendor to get some crickets for him. So sweet! Cambodia Farm Tours really went above and beyond to make this a special, informative, and unforgettable experience. I cannot recommend this tour enough!! Just do it!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Response from Samban-Theng, Owner at Cambodia Farm Tour
Responded Sep 5, 2017
Dear Rachel, Thanks so much for choosing our experience to participate during your trip in Siem Reap. All the best, Sam
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Rodney B wrote a review May 2017
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An excellent tour of a small village visiting locals along the way. Hands on experience with a friendly village farmer planting and fertilising crops followed by a well organised cooking class. The food we prepared is the real local fare and was the best food we've had in Cambodia. A cold beer and a nap in a hammock topped off this highly recommended tour.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Response from Samban-Theng, Manager at Cambodia Farm Tour
Responded May 26, 2017
Dear Rodney, Thanks so much for choosing our unique experience, Farm tour in Siem Reap. Wish you all the best! Thanks, Cambodia Farm Tours & Team
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cpcog wrote a review Apr 2017
Wellington, New Zealand1,158 contributions175 helpful votes
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The tour is nice and interesting for me. The communication via email is fast and personal. They would answer everything you what to know. The tour guide arrived on time at our hotel to pick us up. Then we head to their farm (eco house). The car had some problem in the way to and back. They took action quickly to change a tuk tuk. So, it wont be a problem for us. The tour guide explained what we would do clearly. He wont only tell us about the village or his project, but personal story. We feel like chatting with a real friend. It is enjoyable. I like wearing the farmer clothes. It is interesting to transform to be a village girl. The journey along the village is impressive. Tour guide tells us a lot about the life there and the culture. I could learn a lot. The people in the village are kind. They welcome us friendly. The host is very thoughtful. They cool our drinks (we bought from hotel) when we walked in the village. Sweet of them! If you like, you could prepare some presents to the kids there. Then we walked along the field, in the river, saw birds... The way of watering the plants is not easy as the buckets would be happy. It is my honour to be the first lady to do so after years. Cooking class is good too but i am not good at cutting or cooking. Anyway, i still could finish cooking my lunch! It smells nice. My husband had a nap in the hammock. He enjoyed it a lot. We also went to the silk farm and a temple. Thanks for the tour guide to help my husband finding his mobile phone! If you go to siem reap, try cambodia farm tour! The experience is unique and valuable!
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Response from Samban-Theng, Manager at Cambodia Farm Tour
Responded May 26, 2017
Thanks so much
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