Explore Cambodian traditions and local crafts
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Amica is a non profit organisation. Helping the local community to build other realities for other tomorrow. This organisation brings help to the Cambodian community by developing an innovative concept of sustainable rural development. By sustainable rural development, it means creating other sources of income without damaging the population and combines projects in education, health and the environment.
- 1-3 bedrooms in a traditional house with bed, mosquito net, cotton sheets, blankets, pillows
- Local style toilet and shower
- Electricity 24/7
- Provides drinking water,
- Parking: car, van, motorcycle
LOCAL AREA & ACTIVITIES
The NGO AMICA also supports this village by producing sericulture, coconut shell carving, and banana wine making. During your visit you will be able to:
- Experiencing traditional livelihoods and enjoy the rural Cambodian lifestyle
- Weaving project
- Tradition handcrafts
- Rice fields and agricultural production
GETTING THERE & TRANSPORT
The village is located in CheungKok village, 7 km west from Kampong Cham. In front of the Phnom Pros temple’s gate. Coming from Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, take bus to Kompong Cham city. From there you can take a tuk tuk or motodop to Cheung Kok village.
BOOK YOUR ACCOMMODATION AND ACTIVITIES HERE
At this moment we are unable to take booking for this site.
PLAN YOUR TRIP
NOT TO BE MISSED
Embrace the daily rituals of rural life to discover and learn about the reality of Cambodia. Immerse yourself and spend a night in one of the traditional houses perched on stilts. It is a great place to relax and enjoy the slow pace of village life with some amazing local Khmer food and lovely company. There are plenty of opportunities to observe local craft making and you will also be able to buy locally made products. You can also hire bicycle or motorbike, to travel into local country site.
1 – 2 DAYS STAY
Near Cheung Kok Village, there are a wide range of Wats. Wat Nokor is a buddhist temple well worth a visit. The region also has several pagodas, One of the best known is the famous Vat Maha Leap, one of the last wats build in wood . The region also has several rubber plantations that can be visited.