Cheung Kok AMICA village cambodia

2 days in a traditional village

Enjoy two days and one night in a wonderful khmer village. Live an unforgettable experience.

30 EUR / pers.
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Enjoy two days and one night in a wonderful khmer village. Live an unforgettable experience.

30 EUR / pers.
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2 days
Krong Kampong Cham

Immerse yourself in authentic Cheung Kok village life and experience true Cambodian hospitality. Use your extended 2 day/1 night stay in the Village homestay Cheung Kok to learn from local artisans weaving traditional silk krama or relax in your traditional wooden homestay. Relax in the village, taste traditional Khmer cooking, and watch your worries fade away as you discover Cambodia’s peaceful rural life. DAY 1 The 2 day/1 night full day artisan village experience gives you an authentic taste of village life in Cheung Kok. On day one you will be equipped with an extremely knowledgeable local guide. Arrive in the morning and stroll through the village and learn about rice production, silk krama weaving, and the history of the area on your village tour. Next, sit down for lunch with a local family to samp...

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  • Immerse yourself in authentic cambodian village
  • Discover traditional handicrafts
  • Sleep as a local & wake up surrounded by ricefield

Experience type

What's included

  • Home-Stay with WC, Shower & Towels
  • One lunch with a local family
  • One diner with a local family
  • Bicycles
  • Local guide for village exploration


Nurmatsi T.

On their way towards a more sustainable future

Cheung Kok is a lovely traditional village patronized by the French NGO Amica that supports efforts towards a more sustainable rural life. The villagers grow rice but as they can only harvest a single crop a year, they are also looking for alternative lines of activity like silk worm growing and ecotourism. One can imagine what the village life feels by walking the soil paths and wandering the courtyards, as well as to study the traditional house on posts. The people we met were most hospitable and our tour guide Aline explained everything about the local life. She was also the only one to speak English to. It was a pity we didn't know any phrases of Khmer, although thanks to our guide there was really no need to and the villagers catch foreigners' body language easily, too. Cheung Kok is also an artisan village where they weave the traditional Khmer kramas of cotton, make clothes, pouches, necklaces and souvenirs. Buying an item from the local shop will leave most of the charge to the maker of the piece.

Lili L.


I spent a evening on this village.We walk through the village and kids were so excited to see the visitors. They were so polite. We also have the opportunity to see an old lady making a scarf. It was inspiring because despite her age, she still enjoys her work. What make me sad,it's to realized how much time and effort they put into their work and still some people complain about prices. I bought most of my gifts there. I loved my time there.

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