Full Day Tour By Tuk Tuk Morning Tour (start 9am-6:30pm)

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.

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Tour Departure 

  • Tour will start at 9:00pm finish at 6:30pm.

Stop 1: Rice Paper Making

This is the unique place among the local product in Battambang that you will get to know the way of how to make rice paper from the local insider as well as you will have a chance to taste the deliciously fresh and fried spring rolls.

Stop 2: Dried Banana

After having a visit at the rice paper product, we will then cycle to visit a local family who making dried banana well-known as the delicious local snacks in the village. You will have time to interact with locals and learn from their daily life as well as the local traditions of Cambodian from your local tour guide.

Stop 3: Rice Wine Distillation

As a traditional, Cambodian use rice wine and ferment with some herbs and fruits is the best taste for enjoying the social hour after working. It has its own recipes to make it, from this stop your guide will take a lead to see local wine infusion and learn from its process which is made from local people.

Stop 4: Bamboo Sticky Rice Cake

Last stop was included the local bamboo rice cake which is made from sticky rice. You guide will introduce the process of making the bamboo cake and you also have a chance to try it as well.

Stop 5 : France colonial buildings

I will bring you first to visit around the city to see some of the France colonial buildings in Battambang ,status of lok ta dambong kra nhoung ( The symbol of Battambang ) and after that we will continue to our next destination 

Stop 6 : Kampong Pil Pagoda

Before we arrive to the bamboo train we ‘re taking with this small beautiful villages and countryside to visit some fruits farm and local pagoda along the river with beautiful smile of the farmers and small children are waving and say (HELLO ! HELLO!) to you and I will stop in the village to explain about how’s the local livelihood are living around there then we continue to see a small Golden Gate Bridge that nearby kampong pil pagoda you can take some pictures on the bridge with beautiful river views after that we continue our journey to the bamboo train

Stop 6 : Bamboo Train ( Original)

For the bamboo train I will take you to ride on the original bamboo train this is maybe the last chance that you can ride on this original one because the government plan to close this original bamboo train soon and forever so to ride on the bamboo train you will need to pay 5$ per person and on the bamboo train ride you’re possible see some small villages and countryside on the bamboo train ride

Stop 7 : Phnom Sampeau

This mountain called phnom sampov it’s the (killing cave,bat cave) So here's you will see the cave where they killed victim during the pol pot regime from that top of the cave and posh them down in to the cave it was more than ten thousand of people were killed in that cave and you will see some real skulls and bone inside the stupa in that cave and after the cave you can go to the top of the mountain to see a very nice view and Buddhist pagoda on the top of that hill Note: there’re a lot monkey over there but don’t be very close to them because some of them are very aggressive And to go up to the mountain you have a few different options to choose you‘re possible to climb up to the mountain by walk if you want but the other option you can take a motorbike or pick up truck up to the mountain .

Stop 8 : Bat Caves

so this cave you will see plenty of bats are flying out from their cave look like a long dragon ( they’re millions of them) it last for 30 to 40 minutes to make all of them out from the cave and here’s the last stop so after the bat cave I will take you back to your Hotel .


  • Tuk Tuk Driver Guide
  • Cold Water
  • All Entrance Fee
  • Snacks 
  • cold towel 


  • Personal expenses
  • Guarantees ( optional )
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Lunch or Personal expense


  • 18$ /person (if only one person cost 28$ for Tour )
  • For group, please contact us for a discounted price

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