Learn the real daily life of Cambodian peoples by US Army Jeep through the villages, countryside; see the temples, rice field, lotus pond, birds, cows, water buffalos. Enjoy local food for lunch in the village (morning tour) or dinner with traditional performance (afternoon tour).
Drive US Army jeep through the villages and countryside
Visit the village to visit the daily life of the villagers with their vegetable farm
See water buffalo, birds and natural atmosphere in the countryside
Learn about Theravada Buddhism in Cambodia
Enjoy the panoramic view of Tonle Sap, the surrounded villages and rice fields from the halfway up to Phnom Krom Hill.
Enjoy local food for your lunch or dinner after the tour.
ENGLISH speaking guide
For afternoon experience
For morning experience
Private transportation by US Army Jeep
What's Not Included
Personal Expense & Gratitude
INFANT: Age: 0 - 4
CHILD: Age: 5 - 9
ADULT: Age: 10 - 80
Suitable for all physical fitness levels
Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
Adventure into the Countryside
The adventure into the countryside was very interesting and was hosted by a well versed guide called Mork. He took us to a farm where apart from animals we saw a rice still then on to see rice being threshed. We passed through acres of rice fields and lotus ponds ending at a delightful shop that sold lotus fibre, silk and cotton items. From there we went to an area of fish ponds where we had a delightful lunch before being driven back to our hotel. A thoroughly enjoyable time was had and I would recommend this tour.
We were at the countryside Jeep experience today with our guide Mo. We visited a local village, where Mo showed how rice is processed, hammocks are woven, and told about the peculiarities of local funerals. Then we visited a Lotus farm. Unfortunately, the lotuses did not bloom (((But we had a wonderful lunch there. Our level of English is not high at all, but Mo has managed to convey to us a lot of interesting information about local residents and about the country in General. Thank you very much!!!
Cool Jeep tour!
We took a morning countryside tour with Oum and it was lovely. Since it was December it wasn't too hot so a jeep was fine, not sure about summer haha. My personal favorite was the golden/green rice fields. Stunningly beautiful. Oum was a lovely guide, always cracking jokes lol. And the restaurant we went to for lunch was delicious!
Just to note- it was dusty when we went so bring a face mask/khmer scarf or something to cover your mouth. Since this is the countryside in cambodia virtually none of the roads are paved meaning it gets CRAZY BUMPY. I would strongly avoid if you have a bad back or are pregnant. I'm young and spry so I was fine.
So Glad We Did This!!
Awesome tour guide really impressed with the rice paddies tour passed so quickly - sunset is amazing. The food - snake shrimp and snails fantastic to try and bring in the Jeep was super fun. Ask for Morrk - good English is very good and he has sense of humour. He looks after you really well.
See only Angkor Wat wasn't enough to complete our trip to Siem Reap, driving classic army jeep through the countryside and ricefield helped us to understand better the real Cambodia. Lots to see on the way, kids kept waving to us; we saw water buffalos, cows, birds and lotus ponds etc.. We stopped at the hill for the view of the village and tasting local delicacy such snails, snake, and the baluts. The sunset on ricefield was brilliant. In the evening, our guide took us to a delicious local seafood restaurant, where none of the tourists could find it themself. It was a great half-day tour, I'd highly recommend it.
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