Explore Battambang full day tour (start 9am-7:00pm)

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Battambang is Cambodia‘s second-most populous city and a popular tourist destination due to the many nearby ancient temples, argriculture, handicrafts, colonial buildings, Buddhist shrines, and the famous bamboo railway. We would like to recommend that you do a full-day Battambang Tuk-Tuk tour with a great guide who shows you the surrounding area. The full-day Battambang Tuk-Tuk Tour includes all of the city's tourist attractions in the north, south, and west. These are the highlights of a full-day tour by tuk-tuk. However, we will spend a significant amount of time viewing villages, rice fields, fruit farms, and ancient houses; conversing with locals along the way; and learning about Cambodian culture.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Battambang Tour

This is a typical itinerary for this product

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We are going to visit the villages and see how they produce local products such as sticky rice bamboo and fish pasts market. Also, we can get a chance to learn more about the Khmer Rouge when we visit the Well of Shadows (in Wat Samrong Knong), a monument to honor the people killed during the war. The last sight on the north side is rice papers, followed by a return to the city for lunch, or we can have lunch in the village if time allows.

Duration: 4 hour

Stop At: Mrs. Bun Roeung's Ancient House

Following lunch, we first visit the historical building in Wat Ko Village, then travel to the Muslim village and suspension bridge to witness the fish farm that they are feeding, and then visit Osrolao Village to see and ride the original bamboo train.

Duration: 2 minutes

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If you take the bamboo train, it will take around an hour for us to finish. Before getting back on the bamboo train, we can spend 20 minutes exploring the village while taking in the views of the surrounding rice fields and miniature old translations. Before heading to Phnom Sampov Mountain, we stop by small villages, orchards, vegetable farms, fruit bats, and rice fields.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Phnom Sampeau

In the afternoon, we continue in our Tuk-Tuk towards Phnom Sampau mountain, which is home to shrines and killing caves used during the Khmer Rouge period. Enjoy the vast and beautiful scenery and end our journey before sunset by visiting the "Bat Army"—thousands of bats flying out of their caves in the mountainside at dusk.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Battambang Bat Caves

While the sun is setting in the secret bat cave, you can see them fly out from behind you and past you as you enjoy the sunset. We will be finish this trip at evening time and return your hotel.

Duration: 1 hour
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