Take a trip from bustling Phnom Penh to experience the lifestyle along the Mekong river. Visit Kampong Cham to discover its beautiful colonial architecture, admire Wat Nokoh, an impressive ancient temple dating back to the 12th century.
What to Expect
Following an 08:00 pick-up and a welcome at your hotel by Euro Khmer's guide, we will depart from Phnom Penh by car to Kompong Cham province, a 124 km (77 mile) drive away. This ride should take about 2 hours.
Kampong Cham, the most populous province in Cambodia, is a gateway to North-Eastern side of the country and its beautiful scenery. Visit Wat Nokoh, featuring an ancient temple that dates back to the 12th century.
A short tour of Kompong Cham includes examples of colonial architecture in the city, and a walk through the relaxing and quiet town that was once an important trading post during the French colonial period.
Following lunch at a local restaurant, we will drive to Chup to visit a rubber plantation and factory established in the region by the French. In the late afternoon drive back to Phnom Penh and transfer you back to your hotel or guesthouse.
- Local English-speaking tour guide
- Lunch at local restaurant in Kampong Cham province
- Entrance fees
What's Not Included
- Meals not mentioned in the program (US$6 to US$8 per person per meal)
- Drink or beer (US$1 to US$2.50 per bottle of beer)
- Other personal expense