Kampong cham one day tour, Cambodia package tours, Cambodia Tour Operator, Vietnam Tour Operator, Go Asia Travel

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www.goasiatravel.com 17A Hang Dong Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam Kampong Cham One Day Tour Tour Overview: You have a chance to visit French colonial buildings and Wat Nokhor with the ancient temple. Kampong Cham borders five communities of Prey Veng, Kandal, Kompong Chhnang, Kompong Thom and Kratie. The provincial city locating along the banks of the Mekong River was once an important trading port during the French period therefore the colonial legacy is still evident as you wander through the streets. Tour Itinerary: 8h30: Our tour guide and driver pick you up at your hotel; we drive through Cambodias biggest growing rubber area. The deep contrast of lush vegetation and red surface of basaltic soil is incredible all along the way. On arrival we visit the French colonial buildings and Wat Nokhor with the ancient temple and modern style pagoda. Lunch will be served at local restaurant. We also cross the new bridge to see the rubber plantation which was established by the French tyre maker Michelin. Our tour guide will introduce you the history of the Rubber Plantation and life story of the workers here in the past. 15h00: We drop you off at your hotel. Tour ends Trip Notes: What to bring: Sun glasses, sun cream, hat or cap and insect repellent Dressing up: You should choose suitable casual clothes for your self Cuisines: Lunch will be served in local restaurant, if you are vegetarian, please inform us to select you the suitable dishes Tour Prices: Tour Name: Kampong Cham One Day Tour Duration: One day tour Rate: 30 USD/person Tour included: - Shuttle bus with air-conditioning (private air-conditioned car upon request) www.goasiatravel.com 17A Hang Dong Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam - English or French speaking guide - Entrance fees to indicated sights Tour excluded: - Beverages, tips & gratuities, personal expenses, insurance, tax - Others not clearly mentioned above

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