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“King’s Quest is the KING!”

Sabai Adventures Cambodia - Day Tours
Ranked #81 of 897 Tours in Siem Reap
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Owner description: Sabai Adventures is an excellent way to experience the beauty, history and tranquility of Cambodia on guided tours. Join us on one of our journeys as you drive a moto or tour in a vintage military jeep. Visit traditional villages seldom seen by foreigners, explore ancient temples, pass along rice fields and see a fascinating rural culture. Join the Sabai Culture tours, an enriching program that takes you to experience the historic heritage of art, technology and spirituality of the ancient empire. Visit a traditional Khmer martial art school, see stone masons working on carvings for the temples, learn about Buddhism from a monk or see young dancers being trained in the historic royal performance. A truly unique experience of a lifetime!
Reviewed August 13, 2013

Me and my mates got the King’s Quest tour organized for us with Sabai. We, 4 blokes had the time of our life on this journey into the real rugged countryside of Cambodia. The Koh Ker and Bang Malei temple are awesome spots and got way less tourists around than any other temple in Angkor Wat. The ride to Koh Ker was just of this world, jungle villages, farms, and just us on the road with the bikes. Our guide was a top bloke with a lot of laughs and good infos about the history and culture. Would do it straight again! Thanks guys, well done!!

1  Thank Sean C
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

Great way to experience the heart of Cambodia. Very nice local guide Suchi , tutored by Scott the amicable Canadian. We went along many dirt tracks to villages out of the beaten path and were humbled by the reception of the locals. A must if you have 4 hours to enjoy!

3  Thank PAMB1961
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Reviewed July 12, 2013

We did the forgotten tours full day package.

Great value for money and a very full day.

Zipping in and out on our moto was fuln, my 2 teenagers had never ridden one before but quickly learnt and the best thinga is they got to control it, they had a absolute ball.

Seeing the country side from the moti was amazing, travelling thru tice field incredible. Gong to a temple and not having a thousand other tourists pushing you aling was even better!

If you are in Seim Reap its a must thing to do!

3  Thank CharHugh
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Reviewed July 11, 2013

An absolute highlight on our tour through Cambodia was the culture program.
We got an insight about the history, culture and the people of Cambodia. We did all the typical touristy stuff as well but this was beyond what we expected. At the stone masonry we learned about the art how the awesome temples of Angkor got build and how they made the beautiful carvings. What was most surprising is that they do it still in the same way today. After we got to a monastery to meet the Buddhism monks. They explained to us how they live and the story of Buddha. The pagoda itself is beautiful decorated by golden monk statues and enormous Buddha paintings. The last stop was a traditional martial art school where they teach Bokator, the traditional martial art sport of Cambodia. We were deeply touched as we met the last grand master of the world to tell us the origin of Bokator and the sad history during the Khmer rouge time. It was an unforgettable day and we are thankful that we had the opportunity to see the true Cambodia, their people and their storys. Thank you and keep it up!

1  Thank John F
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Reviewed July 10, 2013

My fiance and I did the origin and local tour the other day and had a blast. The day started at a Aspera dance school (which was memorizing to see). Then we took a trip to the stone masonry and got to see the local artists at work. We even purchased some stone carvings to take home with us. However, buying the artwork was never pushed on us. Then we got to work up a sweat by taking a Bokatar class. This was one of the funniest things we did in Cambodia. I'm sure I won't remember all the moves I was taught, but it was quite fun getting to punch and kick my fiance just for fun. We also stopped at a pagoda and got to talk to a monk and hear a lot about the origins of Buddhism. Afterwards, we went to a silk farm and then concluded the day with a trip to the man made lake. If you're looking to learn more about the local people and their lives and how they have changed over time then this is a really great tour because it gives you a great introduction into a variety of aspects of Cambodian culture past and present. I can't stress how much fun the Bokatar class was. So, if you like a good workout, and are interested in understanding the people of Cambodia and what all the cravings on the temples mean then Sabai's origin and local culture tour will not disappoint. Our guide was also very friendly and always made sure we were treated superbly.

1  Thank ascianna
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