• Local: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  • Duração: 4 horas (aproximadamente)
A partir de USD 24,00

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Avaliado por: Michelle Y , Novembro 2015


Avaliado por: James L , Setembro 2016

Good tour and well priced. It's rainy season, we got lucky and there were a few light showers only. The staff were very accomodating and spoke good English. Unfortunately, we did not get a buffet lunch as there were only 5 people booked that day. The lunch serviced was simple and tasty.

Avaliado por: Annabel M , Setembro 2016

The Cambo Cruise staff were very friendly and informative. It was a great opportunity to get away from the heat of the city and explore Silk Island. The tour guide was very knowledgeable.

Avaliado por: Amanda C , Março 2016

If it had just been the cruise, it would have been 5 stars ... From the pick up to the cruise itself with staff that were attentive always there to get you a drink or provide you with some local information without being invasive, to the lunchtime buffet - and their readiness to cook me an omelette as I don't eat meat there were plenty of veggie options anyway, to the staff's efficiency of presenting the correct drinks tab to the right passengers without prompting as we disembarked at the end, it was faultless. The slight disappointment was the Silk Island itself. We were collected from the water's edge and taken by tuk tuk where our very amiable and informative guide took us through the silk production process and a walk round the farm/facilities. Unfortunately, they seem to have turned the farm into a mini theme park with life size model animals throughout, a mini zoo and western music booming. We were also just sitting around waiting for our tuk tuks to turn up at the end which was a bit of a shame. The silk goods produced - or available to purchase not necessarily made at this farm - are of a very good quality and start from 10.

Avaliado por: Jessica Z , Março 2016

I'd probably give it 3.5 stars if I could. It was a good half-day option in you are looking for something to do in Phnom Penh. The staff are very friendly and the lunch was great, but it got very hot on the boat. There are no fans on the bottom and the boat doesn't go fast enough to generate a breeze on the top deck. Seeing the silk production community was great and very informative, but I wish we could have also stopped at the pagoda and other farms on the island for some pictures rather than just driving by them on a tuk-tuk.