You want to see the Battambang area?

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Hello, my name is Bun Nang. I’m 29 years old , and I’m a Tour guide and Driver  around Battambang. I have a Tuk-Tuk , motorbike and bicycle I hope you will give me the opportunity to show you everything around Battambang Keep in mind that everything is possible. Not only will I be your personal driver, I can also be your tour guide around the city. Call me for more information or send me an email. See you soon!

All the best,

Bun

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Full Day Tour Two options

Option:  1

Highlights of the day: Countryside, Handicrafts, Ek Phnom Temple, Villages Bamboo train, And phnom sampov (Killing Cave and Bat Cave )

Duration:  8-10 hours
Pick up-time: in the morning (9:00am)

Description of the day:   

 Tours start in the morning, whatever time works for you. I am able to pick you up from your hotel.After a short briefing : First, I take you to let you see how rice noodles are made. Then, at our next stop, we watch cigarettes being rolled. After that, we stop to see how to make rice paper for spring rolls, and I’ll take you to the Ek Phnom temple. We then take a road through the countryside, and stop briefly to show you the Cambodian village lifestyle. We continue our tour with demonstrations of the making of Cambodian cheese, and bamboo sticky rice.

As for lunch, you can choose to eat at the countryside, or in the city, whichever you prefer! We continue our trip with a ride on the bamboo train, from which you can see the countryside and small villages. After this, we head to Phnom Sampov mountain (the killing cave and bat cave) and you can either hike or take a motorbike up the mountain to view the killing cave, big cannon, gun, monastery and Stupa. The view from the top of this hill is one of the most beautiful views in Battambang! Once you are finished at the killing caves, we wait approximately 5-10 minutes for millions of bats to emerge from their cave. I will share with you the history about Pol Pot, the killing caves, and the mountain. When you are finished at the bat cave, I will drop you off at your hotel.
Included: Pick up and drop off, free information, petrol/gasoline, Tuk-Tuk or motorbike, tour guide, cold water, snacks to sample along the way such as bamboo sticky rice, spring roll, dry banana, and rice wine.
Not included: entrance fees, lunch

NOTE: If you feel so inclined, donations/tips at various stops help the local people to continue to stay in business, as they depend on this revenue for their livelihood.

Option: 2

Highlights of the day: Bamboo train, Phnom Sampov mountain (killing cave), small villages and countryside ,Banan Temple

Duration: 8 – 10 hours
Pick up-time: in the morning (9:30am)
Description of the day:
We will start in the morning whenever you want and I will pick you up from the hotel .After a short briefing, I will bring you first to the bamboo train. On the bamboo train you can see the countryside and small villages. After that we are taking the countryside road and I stop for a while to explain you about how the people are living around the countryside. After that, we are going to Banan temple and after I explain about temple you have to climb up to the temple on the top of the hill to see very nice view and five towers on the top of the hill. After you come down from the temple it is time for a lunch. we are taking the countryside road again to Phnom Sampov mountain (killing cave). Also here, you have to climb up the mountain to see the killing cave, big cannon, gun, monastery, Stupa and beautiful scenery on the hill. When you come down, we will wait around 5 or 10 minutes for the bats.They are flying out from the cave and between we wait for bats (millions of them), I will explain you about the Pol Pot, killing cave and the mountain. After the bats, we are going back to the Hotel.
 Included: Pick up and drop off, free information, petrol, Snack , Tuk-Tuk or motorbike , guide on the way ,Cold Water .
Not included: entrance fees, lunch

Half Day Tour Two options

Option : 1

Highlights of the day: Countryside, Handicrafts, Ek Phnom Temple, Villages and Bamboo train
Duration: 4-5 hours
Pick up-time: in the morning (9:00am) it’s also possible to do it at The afternoon Time
Description of the day: 
We’ll start in the morning, whenever you want. I will pick you up from the hotel. After a short briefing, I first let you see how the people are making rice noodles. After that, we are going to see how the old lady is rolling the cigarettes. After that, we are going to see how the people are making rice papers for spring rolls. After that we are going to Ek Phnom temple. After the temple, we are taking the countryside road, and I stop for a while to explain you about how the people are living around that villages.After that we are going to see how the people are making the Cambodian cheese. After that, we are taking the countryside again to see how the people are making the bamboo sticky rice (cake). Lunch time :you can have it on the way at the countryside or come to have lunch in the city. It’s up to you. Then we continue our trip to the Bamboo train and on the bamboo train you can see the (countryside and small villages). And after that we are going back to the hotel .
Included: Pick up and drop off, free information, petrol/gasoline, Tuk-Tuk or motorbike, tour guide, cold water, snacks to sample along the way such as bamboo sticky rice, spring roll, dry banana, and rice wine.
Not included: entrance fees, lunch

NOTE: If you feel so inclined, donations/tips at various stops help the local people to continue to stay in business, as they depend on this revenue for their livelihood. .

Option:  2

Highlights of the day: Phnom Sampov Mountain (killing cave), Countryside, Bamboo train.
Duration: 4-5 hours
Pick up-time: after lunch around 12 or 1 pm
Description of the day: 
We can start around 12 or 1 pm, after your lunch I will pick you up from the hotel. After a short briefing, I will bring you first to Bamboo train. On the bamboo train you can see the (countryside and small villages). After that we are taking the countryside road and I stop for a while to explain you about how the people are living around the countryside. After that we are going to Phnom Sampov mountain (killing cave ) and you have to climb up (or take a motorbike) the mountain to see the killing cave, big cannon, gun, monastery and Stupa. The view on the scenery from the top of the hill is very beautiful. When you come down, we will wait around 5 or 10 minutes for the bats. They are flying out from the cave and between we wait for bats (millions of them), I will explain you about the Pol Pot, killing cave and the mountain. After the bats, we are going back to the Hotel.
Included: Pick up and drop off, free information, petrol, Tuk-Tuk or motorbike ,guide on the way and Cold water .
Not included: entrance fees ,lunch

Bicycle Tour (Half Day)  (Two options)

Option: 1

The Itinerary
-Blacksmith Sticky rice, bamboo cake, Killing field (Wat Samrong Khnong), The Cambodian cheese factory(fish paste), countryside, rice paper, banana chip, rice wine, Ek phnom (Old temple).
Duration: 5-6 hours
Pick up-time: 8:00am
Description of the day:   
 Firstly,we take our bike along the small road (dirty road) to see one of the activities which is called Blacksmith.
Here we can have a look at how they make knives, sickle, axes,hoes…etc. then We keep going on the same road line for few km until our second stop at the factory which is called Sticky rice bamboo cake(khrolan). Here we can see how they are made using fresh ingredients like Sticky rice, coconut milk, sugar,salt,Black soy beans cook it in the Bamboo …..and so on. Then we have an opportunity to taste this delicious snack.
After this we turn around and enter the pagoda,killing field (Wat Samrong Khnong) nearby. This is the oldest pagoda in Battambang, more than 300 years old. And you will get to know more about Buddhism and the history of Khmer Rouge from our tour, It is possible to take  pictures inside.
Then after that, we move on to the countryside where we can see nice scenery and the activities of growing and harvesting rice depending on the season And learn how to grow /harvest it by the farmer as available. There are some more sights to enjoy on the way such as, local school(public primary school), fruit farm…etc.
So next stop, we ride across the ruined bridge to visit the Cambodian cheese factory (fish paste) There is a lot involved in the fish making process like smoke fish,dry fish,fish paste etc! It is a very important ingredient in local cooking, and without it , the food is would just not be the same! It is an incredibly strong smell that you may not have experienced before.
Let’s take a break for a while. Now we have time to relax at the place which is called Rice paper  Making .You can see the rice paper being made for fresh spring rolls and deep fried spring rolls and learn how to make them from the owner. Then sit down and enjoy  some of them freshly made .Delicious .After about 10 more minutes,we reach the banana chip (dry banana) You can see how they make dried banana from one family who is working together with children. You will be able to try it and  learn how to make it by following them.
Finally,We finish our tour by looking around Ek Phnom temple (about 11 hundred years old) for about 15minutes then  we’re ride the bicycle back to the hotel .
 Include:
–Bicycle with local hat
-Free pick up and drop off
-Free water and snack on the way
-English speaking tour guide

NOTE: If you feel so inclined, donations/tips at various stops help the local people to continue to stay in business, as they depend on this revenue for their livelihood.

Option: 2

The Itinerary
Real local market , Ta dombong kronhung statue (symbol of Battambang),Bamboo train , Suspension Bridge, fishing village and Muslim Community,fruit bats , people are making Bamboo Sticky rice (khrolan)
Duration: 5-6 hours
Pick up-time: 8:00am
Description of the day: 
We’ll start in the morning, at 8:00am I will pick you up from the hotel. After a short briefing, I’ll take to the our bicycle place  then we’re taking bicycle to see the real local market  that’s  a very interesting market in town after that we’re taking  the bicycle along the river to see all France colonial houses along the way and going to see Ta dombong kronhung statue (symbol of Battambang)  and Stop for a wile to explain you about Battambang  meaning  then we’re continue our bicycle to the bamboo train . you can ride on it if you want (Note: it will cost you 5$ Each ) after that we’re taking by a small beautiful village to see Suspension Bridge ( it’s look like a small Cambodian Golden Gate Bridge) then we’re continue with the village road to see fishing village and Muslim Community and after that we are going to take by the countryside road to see the fruit bats are hugging on the tree and after that we’re going to see people are making Bamboo Sticky rice (khrolan)(it’s  like a bamboo cake) . Here we can see how they are made using fresh ingredients like Sticky rice, coconut milk, sugar,salt,Black soy beans cook it in the Bamboo and testing it and Finally,We finish our tour then we’re ride the bicycle back to the hotel .
 Include:
–Bicycle with local hat
-Free pick up and drop off
-Free water and snack on the way
-English speaking tour guide
Not Include:
– Bamboo train ticket
-Lunch

NOTE: If you feel so inclined, donations/tips at various stops help the local people to continue to stay in business, as they depend on this revenue for their livelihood.

Half Day Bicycle + Half Day Tuk Tuk

The Itinerary

-Blacksmith Sticky rice, bamboo cake, Killing field (Wat Samrong Khnong), The Cambodian cheese factory(fish paste), countryside, rice paper, banana chip, rice wine, Ek phnom (Old temple) local lunch , bamboo train , Killing cave and Bats cave
Duration: 10 hours
Pick up-time: 8:00am
Description of the day:   
 Firstly,we take our bike along the small road (dirty road) to see one of the activities which is called Blacksmith.
Here we can have a look at how they make knives, sickle, axes,hoes…etc. then We keep going on the same road line for few km until our second stop at the factory which is called Sticky rice bamboo cake(khrolan). Here we can see how they are made using fresh ingredients like Sticky rice, coconut milk, sugar,salt,Black soy beans cook it in the Bamboo …..and so on. Then we have an opportunity to taste this delicious snack.
After this we turn around and enter the pagoda,killing field (Wat Samrong Khnong) nearby. This is the oldest pagoda in Battambang, more than 300 years old. And you will get to know more about Buddhism and the history of Khmer Rouge from our tour, It is possible to take  pictures inside.
Then after that, we move on to the countryside where we can see nice scenery and the activities of growing and harvesting rice depending on the season And learn how to grow /harvest it by the farmer as available. There are some more sights to enjoy on the way such as, local school(public primary school), fruit farm…etc.
So next stop, we ride across the ruined bridge to visit the Cambodian cheese factory (fish paste) There is a lot involved in the fish making process like smoke fish,dry fish,fish paste etc! It is a very important ingredient in local cooking, and without it , the food is would just not be the same! It is an incredibly strong smell that you may not have experienced before.
Let’s take a break for a while. Now we have time to relax at the place which is called Rice paper  Making .You can see the rice paper being made for fresh spring rolls and deep fried spring rolls and learn how to make them from the owner. Then sit down and enjoy  some of them freshly made .Delicious .After about 10 more minutes,we reach the banana chip (dry banana) You can see how they make dried banana from one family who is working together with children. You will be able to try it and  learn how to make it by following them and after that is our lunch break at local  village about 1 hour and after lunch we are continue to ride our bicycle to the city then take tuk tuk to the bamboo train and you can ride on it if you want (Note: it will cost you 5$ Each )after bamboo train we continue with tuk tuk to Phnom Sampov mountain (killing cave ) and you have to climb up (or take a motorbike) the mountain to see the killing cave, big cannon, gun, monastery and Stupa. The view on the scenery from the top of the hill is very beautiful. When you come down, we will wait around 5 or 10 minutes for the bats. They are flying out from the cave and between we wait for bats (millions of them), I will explain you about the Pol Pot, killing cave and the mountain. After the bats, we are going back to the Hotel..
 Included: Pick up and drop off, free information, petrol, Snack , Tuk-Tuk or motorbike , guide on the way ,Cold Water . entrance fees, lunch,Bicycle with local hat

Not included: bamboo train Ticket

NOTE: If you feel so inclined, donations/tips at various stops help the local people to continue to stay in business, as they depend on this revenue for their livelihood.

Bicycle Full Day Tour ( 8hours )

The Itinerary

-Blacksmith Sticky rice, bamboo cake, Killing field (Wat Samrong Khnong), The Cambodian cheese factory(fish paste), countryside, rice paper, banana chip, rice wine, Ek phnom (Old temple) local lunch , bamboo train , Suspension Bridge ,fishing village and Muslim Community
Duration: 8 hours
Pick up-time: 8:00am
Description of the day:   
 Firstly,we take our bike along the small road (dirty road) to see one of the activities which is called Blacksmith.
Here we can have a look at how they make knives, sickle, axes,hoes…etc. then We keep going on the same road line for few km until our second stop at the factory which is called Sticky rice bamboo cake(khrolan). Here we can see how they are made using fresh ingredients like Sticky rice, coconut milk, sugar,salt,Black soy beans cook it in the Bamboo …..and so on. Then we have an opportunity to taste this delicious snack.
After this we turn around and enter the pagoda,killing field (Wat Samrong Khnong) nearby. This is the oldest pagoda in Battambang, more than 300 years old. And you will get to know more about Buddhism and the history of Khmer Rouge from our tour, It is possible to take  pictures inside.
Then after that, we move on to the countryside where we can see nice scenery and the activities of growing and harvesting rice depending on the season And learn how to grow /harvest it by the farmer as available. There are some more sights to enjoy on the way such as, local school(public primary school), fruit farm…etc.
So next stop, we ride across the ruined bridge to visit the Cambodian cheese factory (fish paste) There is a lot involved in the fish making process like smoke fish,dry fish,fish paste etc! It is a very important ingredient in local cooking, and without it , the food is would just not be the same! It is an incredibly strong smell that you may not have experienced before.
Let’s take a break for a while. Now we have time to relax at the place which is called Rice paper  Making .You can see the rice paper being made for fresh spring rolls and deep fried spring rolls and learn how to make them from the owner. Then sit down and enjoy  some of them freshly made .Delicious .After about 10 more minutes,we reach the banana chip (dry banana) You can see how they make dried banana from one family who is working together with children. You will be able to try it and  learn how to make it by following them and after that is our lunch break at local  village about 1 hour and after lunch we are continue to ride our bicycle to the bamboo train . you can ride on it if you want (Note: it will cost you 5$ Each ) after that we’re taking  by a small beautiful village to see Suspension Bridge ( it’s look like a small Cambodian Golden Gate Bridge) then we’re continue with the village road to see fishing village and Muslim Community and Finally,We finish our tour then we’re ride the bicycle back to the hotel .
 Include:
–Bicycle with local hat
-Free pick up and drop off
-Free water and snack on the way
-English speaking tour guide
-Lunch
Not Include:
– Bamboo train ticket

NOTE: If you feel so inclined, donations/tips at various stops help the local people to continue to stay in business, as they depend on this revenue for their livelihood.

  Morning Tour

Highlights of the day: people daily life
Duration: about 3hours Pick up-time: in the morning at 6:00am
Description of the day: 
We’ll start in the morning, at 6:00am I will pick you up from the hotel. After a short briefing, I first let you see people are making Aerobic exercise (Note: Not in the rainy time ) then we are going to see Ta dombong kronhung statue (symbol of Battambang) then we are going to see the real local market and get some local breakfast there then we are taking around the the city to see all the France architecture + France governor house and will see the Monk getting from the pagoda for arm collecting ( Note: Not on the special day of the Buddhism ) but if it on the special day of Buddhism we will go straightly to pagoda to see peoples are offering something to the monk after that we are going back to the Hotel.
Included: Pick up and drop off, free information, petrol, Tuk-Tuk guide, Cold water and local breakfast

Evening Tour + Food Tour

Highlights of the day: people daily life and testing local food .
Duration: about 3hours Pick up-time: in the evening (at 6:00pm )
 Description of the day:  
We’ll start in the evening , at 6:00pm I will pick you up from the hotel. After a short briefing, I first let you see people are making Aerobic exercise (Note: Not in the rainy time)then we are going to see Ta dombong kronhung statue (symbol of Battambang) and drive around the city to see all France colonial houses then we are going to test a few different local food ( at the local place )like Song fak with rice noodles, banh chhev, bor bor peak ( rice soup) after that we’re going test our local desserts like jek ktis (banana with coconut milk)etc …! after that we are going back to the Hotel.
Included: Pick up and drop off, free information, petrol, Tuk-Tuk guide, water and food

Community Support


Help the children of Battambang. As you may be aware, many families living in rural areas of Battambang are still very poor and are unable to support their children’s education. To fight this and give these children a better chance, we are donating 12% of all profit for all tours to support the local schools. Donations to help them to acquire books and various study materials. If you would like to join us when we visit the various schools, please let us know, school tours are available once every 2 months.

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