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4-Hour Tonle Sap Sunset Dinner Cruise from Siem Reap
Exploring the floating villages of Tonle Sap Lake is a popular choice for a day trip from Siem Reap, but the most atmospheric time to visit is at sunset. On this evening tour, cruise to the floating village of Chong Khneas, glide past lotus fields and stilted houses, visit a crocodile farm, and enjoy a typical Cambodian lunch at a floating restaurant with an open bar.
Cruise around the vast Tonle Sap Lake, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
Stop to take photos of the lotus fields and watch the romantic sunset over the lake
Tuck into a delicious Cambodian-style lunch with unlimited drinks
Great-value tour includes hotel pickup, lunch, and round-trip transport
Average trip, best parts were a good tour guide (Vanna), sunset on the boat and open bar. Food is average and the boat ride is nothing spectacular. You ride down a pretty dirty river with another 30 or so boats doing similar tours. The actual floating villages were neat to see as well.
Thank you for your review of our sunset special tour, our buffet on our sunset is popular as is our free flow of drinks,including cocktails and beers ,spirits ect,all our staff come from the floating villages and our guides are very friendly young people who will always put our guests first,thanks again and safe travel always cheers Peter
Not bad - but please do not set your expectation too high!
, Oct 2019
The wooden boat is smaller compared to what I have expected. Guide explained very routinely on the car drive on the way from hotel and jetty, than nothing more on the boat. I would suggest the guide to use microphone and explained more things along the waterway. We did make a stop at crocodile farm to look at the few dozens of crocodiles piling in a narrow pit and moved on, finally reaching to the two-storeyed Queen Tara boat, the bigger boat to serve food and sunset view. At least, food and drinks are fine and view is spectacular. I am just comparing with sunset cruise at Laung Prabang in Laos which provides better vessel, cuisines and tour guide, as well as community entertainment on the way - at a relatively lesser rate.
We thoroughly enjoyed our sunset cruise. It was a good start to our stay in Siem Reap. The guide was informative and very friendly. The food on the cruise was good. I think that the visit to the crocodile farm wasn't necessary. It was a good way of warding off sleep on the day of arrival. Beautiful sunset.
The guide explain the details.. nothing much to see on the floating village aside from the crocodile..
it was like 40min on boat to reach the floating village.. the dinner buffer was simply and there are like few of us in the big boat , feel like private boat dinner buffet.. good place to see sunset. overall is good..
This was I top value tour. The guide was very helpful and courteous. It was well organised and a pleasure to be on tour. I can thoroughly recommend it to anyone interested in the Mequon culture and its special attributes.
Not many people at this time of year so it was almost a private tour. Fun to see the lake and floating homes. The fish and crocodile farm was not much to see. Dinner on the big boat was very relaxing and the sun set was beautiful.
The tour on Tonle Sap was excellent and we were extremely fortunate to experience a wonderful sunset over the lake. The dinner was great and boat ride to the floating village was was smooth even though we had a very big downpour at one stage. Sam our tour guide was a real character - friendly and full of charm. Would highly recommend this tour if visiting Siem Reap. Margaret R