OBT – 1 day / 1 night village bungalow


Immerse yourself in authentic Cheung Kok village life and experience true Cambodian hospitality. Use your extended 2 day/1 night stay in the Village homestay Cheung Kok to learn from local artisans weaving traditional silk krama or relax in your traditional wooden homestay. With more time you can explore ancient temples around Kampong Cham or visit the island of Koh Pen. Relax in the village, taste traditional Khmer cooking, and watch your worries fade away as you discover Cambodia’s peaceful rural life.




Koh Samseb 3days/2 nights is an all inclusive travel package (including return private transport from Phnom Penh to Koh Samseb.) We invite you to visit, camp and enjoy the many islands along the Mekong river, where you will create some long-lasting memories with your family and friends. The area is rich in biodiversity and you will experience the flooded forest, endangered species, and plentiful varieties of birds. You will have the opportunity to walk on pristine white sandy beaches and warm crystal-clear Mekong river waters. And if you are lucky, you might even see the Irrawaddy dolphins.

The welcoming communities living on the island will guide you during your trip to learn everything there is to know about Koh Samseb, visiting multiple small islands that make up this part of the delta. Enjoy the local cuisine of fresh fish, meat and locally grown organic vegetables. This is the place to relax and soak in the beautiful surroundings.

This is a great option for those wanting an all-inclusive package without being be part of a tour group. All the trips are run as private tours with your own transport (cost included in the price of the package) and flexible itinerary.

Transport is provided for groups of 1-4 people – with high quality private cars, and groups of 5-13 VIP vans. All the drivers are vetted by our partner Bookmebus.

Note: 100% of the listed prices goes to supporting local community and generating income for local families – plus the cost of private taxi hire.

  • Transport to/from Phnom Penh
  • Ferry/Boat crossing fees to/from the island/camp, 
  • 2 nights camping at the islands (tents and equipment provided)
  • All activities during your stay, including equipment 
  • Local guide during your stay
  • Mattress, pillow, blanket
  • Meals (Breakfast, lunch, dinner and water)
  • Other personal expenses such as drinks
  • Meals on the car journey to Koh Samseb



To get the most out of the day please arrive before 11am to start the package tour. Times given are an approximate guide.

11am – Arrive at Cheung Kok Village and tour the village
12noon – Lunch with local family
1pm –  Hands-on Khmer experience
2pm – Cycle or walk to visit Phnom Pros & Phnom Srey and/or surrounding country side
4pm – Relax in the village
6pm – Dinner and relax with your homestay hosts

DAY TWO (Recommended itinerary)
8am – Breakfast
9am – Visit Nokor Temple, a 20minute bicycle ride from Cheung Kok
11am – Explore Kampong Cham city and lunch at the market
12noon – Visit Koh Pen island and relax for the afternoon
4pm – Return to Cheung Kok
5pm – Depart Cheung Kok village

Getting there

The Village homestay Cheung Kok is located approximately 7 km west from the centre of Kampong Cham and approximately two and half hours from Phnom Penh. Meet at the village store, located at the entrance to the village.

To get to the village from Kampong Cham take national road 7 out of town (towards Phnom Penh). The turnoff to the Village homestay Cheung Kok is located before Phnom Pros/Phnom Srey mountain. From the national road, stop when you reach Ampil Health Centre (look for a small wooden sign on your left-hand side indicating the way). Down a dirt road on the left, it is a 10-minute walk or 5-minute motorbike ride. If unsure – ask a local for the way to Cheung Kok, or AMICA and they can point you in the right direction.

A tuk-tuk from Kampong Cham will cost you $5 USD. Hiring a motorbike for the day is between $5-7 and bicycle approximately $3, check with your guesthouse for more information.

Sorya Bus offer regular return buses from Phnom Penh to Kampong Cham which take around 2.5-3 hours and cost $5-$7.50 one way. The bus goes all the way into Kampong Cham, however, you can ask the driver to stop when you reach 7kms before Kampong Cham (close to Phnom Pros/Phnom Srey). This way you save on tuk-tuks from the town.

Alternatively, a private taxi costs $30 one way or $50 return from Phnom Penh.

Both can be booked, hassle-free via bookmebus.com.

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