- This is unquestionably the best way to see the gorgeous Cambodia's countryside
- Get off the beaten track and discover the magnificent Angkor Wat temples
- It is a must-see largest religious monument in the world
Your journey takes you through rustic villages, where the locals will give you a friendly wave as you sail past. Along the way, your English-speaking guide will interpret local culture and lifestyles for you. The isolated Chau Srei Vibol temple has challenged the imaginations of historians and scholars for centuries, but is thought to have had a military function. Wander ruined towers and gigantic sandstone blocks in this peaceful woodland setting.
En route to Chau Srei Vibol you’ll cross the original bridge of the Old Angkor road, dating back some 1000 years old, but in a testament to Cambodian craftsmanship, still remarkably sturdy. After a hearty lunch of local fare, the tour proceeds to a bustling market where you can barter for trinkets, then on to a Buddhist pagoda to see the monks in their flowing robes before returning to base.