Battambang Full Day Or Half Day Tuk Tuk Tours: City & Countryside

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The main French structures in the city will be seen on this tour, and the guide will teach history, culture, religion, agriculture and Cambodian language as well. We will travel past fruit plantations, and rice fields, and explain how they grow, stopping along the way to talk with children and farmers about how to raise vegetables. You also could see and do rice noodle, bamboo sticky rice, temples, rice paper and rice wine, suspension bridge, bambootrain, killing cave and bat cave. Aside from that, visitors can watch and taste rat barbeque.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Discover Battambang with Samol Tuk-Tuk & Motorbike Tours

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Battambang Province

This full day tour departure at 8:30am I will pick up you at 8:20am from your accommodations or restaurants. After that I have a short introduce myself and love to share with you about history, culture, religion, agriculture, folk tales and some main tips of Cambodia and Battambang. Then, continuing to see some main beautiful historical buildings, central market, provincial hall and the symbol statute of Battambang (Ta Dambong Kranhoung). After seeing and learning this beautiful city, we head to see where Khmer rice noodle has being made by local, Khmer rice noodle soup is a famous food for breakfast, lunch and dinner instead of others Khmer dishes. You can try it as well.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Wat Samrong Knong

This place you can see the locals cook bamboo sticky rice. it is prepared as a dessert or a sweet snack. Bamboo sticky rice is still retain the reputation of quality and delicious taste from the past to the present for local people and tourists. Next to this place, is the oldest Buddhist temple called Wat Samrong Knong, that was built in 1707. There is also a beautiful brick stupa was built in 1887. During the Khmer Rouge regime of April 1975 to January 1979, the pagoda was used to house Khmer Rouge soldiers and also served as a detention area for their victims. Not far from the temple you will see the torture house and killing field where approximately 10,008 victims were killed. Then, continuing to where rice paper product that used for making the famous and delicious spring rolls. Here, some families still make it for a living, thus, villagers get up early morning to make it until late afternoon. They can make it at least 1500 a day. You can try fresh and fried spring rolls.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Ek Phnom

After a short ride from rice paper production place, we have another stop to see how to make rice wine where has been processing since 1980s and you will try some as well. This original drop of liquor could be used to serve the medication purposes as well by soaking some plants, fruits, and even poisonous animals like cobra, tarantula.. After this place, we are going to see a 25m high giant Buddha that surrounded by standing Buddha statues either side. Then, you walk to the beautiful Buddhist temple that was built in 1991. You can also go inside to see Buddha story on the wall. Next to this temple is another ancient Hindu temple ruins directly ahead. It’s an Angkorian Hindu temple was built in the 11th century under the rule of king Suryavarman I. Then, we go back the city for lunch or relax for 1 hour. ( Optional)

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Battambang Province

After seeing many places at the north of Battambang, we will stop for lunch or relax at the hotel for a while. 30-45 minutes (Optional) Lunch Not Included

Duration: 45 minutes

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Before ridding on original bamboo train, I take you through beautiful villages, fruit plantations, rice fields, suspension bridge, local people living and stop to talk with farmers. After that we go to the bamboo train and ride on it, here you have to pay 5$/person and you will get a free butt massage from the movement, and you could see beautiful landscape along the way.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Phnom Sampeau

Before arriving, you will see and taste K F R (Rat barbecue) At Phnom Sampou,(you can either walk or take a pickup truck). On the mountain you will see Killing Cave and the time of the Khmer Rouge (1975-1979) where over 10 thousand victims were killed. After seeing the caves, you go up to see one of the highlights in Battambang, some temples and viewpoints on the summit of the mountain.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Battambang Bat Caves

After seeing many viewpoints, you come down to wait and see millions wrinkle-leap bats flying out from the cave, taking over 50mn in the evening. At the last, we go back to the hotel. Included Admission Fee.

Duration: 1 hour
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