After visiting the famous temples of Angkor, the other wonder of Cambodia, it is its waterways. In particular the lake and river Tonle Sap bring together all the natural wonders of Cambodia, with its floating villages, its unique ecosystem of flooded forest, fish farms and crocodile farms, and all this wilderness. The Sat Toung isRead more about Boats from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh[…]
For the 4th consecutive year, we are pleased and proud to announce that Phoceamekong cruises is the lucky winner of TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. Phoceamekong Cruises is ranked No. 2 on 26 boat trips and water sports in Phnom Penh and gets an average rating of 5. This award recognizes our efforts to provide anRead more about Certificate of Excellence 2017 awarded by Tripadvisor[…]
We are very pleased to see PhoceaMekong cruises again present in the 2017/2018 “Guide du routard” book, a well-known guide in the francophone countries. Section: Phnom Penh and its surroundings What to do: Walks and mini cruises A recommendation of quality that makes us very happy.
On the Tonle Sap from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh by boat onboard Sat Toung. Follow-up of the humanitarian commitment of the Ptea Clara NGO through PhoceaMekong cruises: Materials for school support in the province of Kampong Chhnang.
3 Days a wonderful escape by boat You dream of an exceptional boat trip on the Tonle Sap between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap to reach the temples of Angkor. PhoceaMekong cruises achieves your dream with a comfortable cruise of 3 days and 2 nights on Sat Toung boat. You will discover stunning landscapes, closestRead more about From Phnom Penh to Siem Reap by boat[…]
If you think you are being led by boat, do it with panache, do it with PhoceaMekong cruises.
This year, the Khmer new year will be celebrated for 3 days on 14th April until 16th April 2017. The Cambodia new year is based on the traditional solar new year observed in parts of India and Asia. In Cambodia, the new year marks the end of the harvest before the beginning of the rainyRead more about Khmer New Year in Cambodia[…]
In many parts of the world, 14th February is known as Valentine’s day, a celebration of love. In 268, the emperor of Rome, Emperor Claudius II, decided to ban young men to get married as he believed single men make better soldiers. The priest Valentine continued to perform marriages in secret. The emperor found itRead more about Valentine’s Day in Cambodia[…]
One special Valentine’s cocktail offered Tuesday, February 14, 2017, are you looking for an idea for your Valentine’s dinner? What’s more romantic than a dinner on the Mekong, opposite the Royal Palace and the lights off Sisowath Quay. After the tumult, the noises and the heat of Phnom Penh, find the romanticism and tranquility ofRead more about Tuesday, February 14 – Valentine’s cruise[…]
Siem Reap is a city located in the northwest of Cambodia. The city is popular amount tourists as it is home to the world-famous Angkor temples which include the magnificent Angkor Wat. Cambodia’s climate is tropical, hot all year round. There are two seasons: The wet season from May to October: Cambodia’s rainy seasons runsRead more about Best time to visit Siem Reap, Cambodia[…]