The Kompong Luong floating village is the product of one man’s vision and the collective endeavour of the entire community. Situated in the southern section of Tonle Sap lake in Pursat province, this is one of the most intriguing parts in Cambodia. Here, you will experience how the community adapts in their environment. You will have the chance to visit two very different villages, a Vietnamese village and a Khmer village, working together in harmony. Come and visit this amazing place where nature helps heal wounds of the past. And where people have an incredible respect and appreciation for the environment.
Located in the mountains of Bokor National Park, Prek Thnout offers a great scenery to its visitors. Tourists can follow the boardwalk of the mangrove forests to one of the waterfalls or do a guided walk to learn about the environment, traditional ceremonies and food cooked by local people. Fireflies often appear during the night which makes the atmosphere even more special. There is also the opportunity to learn more about non-timber-forest-products like rattan or bamboo which are grown in Kampot Province.
Community First: Kompong Khleang Floating Village Tours is a not-for-proft tour company benefitting Bridge of Life School, an NGO operating in Siem Reap and Kompong Thom Provinces. Their mission is to connect tourists to Kompong Khleang, a floating village on the Tonle Sap, in a responsible and meaningful way by both seeing the sites and learning about the community. The tours are unique because they are based in the community, run by local residents, and all profits are reinvested in Cambodian communities via educational programming - hence the name "Community First".
The Floating Village of Prek Toal is a fantastic base to explore the famous Prek Toal wildlife sanctuary. Come and spot an abundance of wetland birds is this conservation centre and learn about this unique habitat for them. Some of the most endangered birds in Cambodia, such as Storks, ibises and Adjutants in their natural habitat of the wetlands and floating forest that make up this fascinating nature reserve.