It is difficult to find places nowadays where people are not accustomed to traveling by mechanical means, such as planes, trains, boats, automobiles or bikes. While Cambodia’s capital city has embraced petrol powered transport over recent years, the majority of villages and towns outside of Phnom Penh still rely on more primitive methods of travel. Our journey in Cambodia connects us to a reliable form of transport that has been used for centuries, the ox-cart.
Our journey starts in traditional town of Chreav near Tonle Sap Lake, from where we embark on a light trek to a nearby organic vegetable farm. From here we continue to a local ox-cart station where our carts await. Cambodian life surrounds you as we trundle through small villages and watch the activities of daily life. Our English speaking guide explains the more unusual sights and discloses the unique Khmer culture and customs on this unforgettable adventure.