Tbeng Kulen Homestay


Escape the crowds at Angkor Wat and enjoy the calm of the Tbeng Kulen Homestay. Green grass, fresh air and tall palm trees make this homestay super special. Spend one night in local Khmer home, taste home-cooked food and watch the sunset over rice paddies: welcome to the picturesque village of Tbeng Kulen.




The Tbeng Kulen Homestay will have you feeling refreshed and ready to explore more of what Siem Reap has to offer. Arrive in the village and wander by foot. Spend dusk watching the sun set over rice paddies before a relaxing evening eating delicious Khmer food. Wake to the sound of birds and explore the village. Watch as fresh khmer noodles are made from scratch by local community members and enjoy a breakfast home-cooked by your homestay hosts. Journey further to nearby Kbal Tuek Community Forest (approximately $7 per person for guide and entry). Or hire a bicycle from the community ($2) to visit the local pagoda or explore around the commune. The accommodation at Tbeng Kulen Homestay is a traditional Khmer house with bedding, mattress and mosquito net provided in a shared space for a maximum of 3 people. All houses are equipped with fan. Bathrooms are Khmer style (squat toilets and bucket showers) located externally to the house.

  • Bedding 
  • Mattress
  • Mosquito net
  • Fan
  • Meals ( Breakfast $3, and Dinner $5 per person)
  • Transport 
  • Drinks, (beer, soft drinks etc)


Getting there

The Tbeng Kulen Homestay is located just out of Banteay Srei district, Siem Reap Province. The village is a 30km journey from Siem Reap town.

Getting to Siem Reap

Siem Reap is can be accessed by air and hosts an international airport. From Phnom Penh, flights take just under one hour.

By bus, Siem Reap is 6 hours along National Road 6 from Phnom Penh. Bookmebus provides online booking and great customer service.

Getting to Tbeng Kulen Homestay

The Tbeng Kulen Homestay is located 30kms from the centre of Siem Reap. A Khmer style tuk-tuk costs approximately $20-$25 for a day (including sight-seeing) and can be arranged through your accommodation or by speaking with one of the many tuk-tuk drivers in Siem Reap town. Make a day out of it and visit Banteay Srei Butterfly Centre or the Cambodian Landmine Museum on your way.


Going by motorbike is also possible and one can be hired through your accommodation in Siem Reap town. To get to the homestay take National Road 6 out of town towards Phnom Penh before turning left onto Road 67. After 10kms you will reach Preah Dak. Take a right onto Road 810. Here there are signs for Tbeng Kulen Homestay (otherwise known as Tbeang Eco-Tourism Village). It’s a bit of a bumpy journey from here before you cross Road 66 and continue straight for another 15minutes. The road curves around to the left with a pagoda on your right hand side. Five minutes from here the Tbeng Kulen Homestay centre is on your right hand side and is well-signed.

A private taxi or bus for larger groups can be arranged via your accommodation in Siem Reap also, prices vary.

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