PHNOM PENH – OKGNA TEI WEAVING VILLAGE

  • Boat ride on the Mekong River
  • A worthwhile tour to help these disadvantaged villagers
  • Phnom Penh

0.5 DAY

PRIVATE TOUR

FROM

$69 AUD / $76 NZD

"A great activity for getting you out of the city and on to the Mekong River to meet the locals".
Jimmy Clarke - Marketing Manager

Take a boat ride down the Mekong to visit the Okgna Tei village where the locals make their living from weaving scarves and sarongs. Visit their homes and get a glimpse of rural life on the water.

  • Phnom Penh

    At 8.30am we depart from the hotel and head riverside where we board a boat to travel up the Mekong River to the Okgna Tei Village some 15km North of the city.

    The villagers’ income derives mainly from the weaving of scarves and sarongs.

    All the production is based on individual family styles and traditional techniques.

    This is an excellent opportunity to pass from house to house and gain an insight into rural Cambodian living in the Mekong river valley.

    The people are very welcoming of visitors and genuine in their approach.

    You will return to the shore at approximately 11.30. .

Inclusions

  • English speaking local guide
  • Boat trip

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Guaranteed departure with groups of 4 or more. Also available as a private trip.

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