Full Day Tour In Battambang Province

Full Day Tour In Battambang Province

Departure at 5:00am / Drop off at 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Battambang Province: Located on the west coast of Cambodia and the fifth largest province of Cambodia. The province's fertile farmland led most of the agricultural economy to form a "Khmer rice bowl". The province has many cultures as well as natural resources. Seventy-five percent of the land area consists of forests and mountains. We will drive around the city, but this city is not big or modern compared to Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. New Bamboo Train The reconstruction of the famous bamboo cart rider is completed 500 meters from Banan pagoda.The old railway line was closed in October 2017 to pave the way for state railway repairs. Railroads and sidewalks from the original road were used for the purpose of building a 4-kilometer stretch of road that runs through a stunning rural area along Banan Mountain.

Phnom Sampov: is an important religious resort known throughout Cambodia. Phnom Sampov is an attractive limestone mountain located on the road to Pailin, about 12 km from Battambang. Like Wat Banan, there are a series of stairs up the mountain, although the path is easier to climb behind the motorcycle on  New road. On the top of the mountain there is a pagoda and many stupas, as well as stupas and shrubs.  During the Khmer Rouge era, this mountain was used as a place to kill "enemies" of the regime, and in what is known as a "cave" Killing ”is a place of remembrance for the victims. On the mountain are also two artillery pieces used by the Cambodian government and Vietnamese allies to fight the Khmer Rouge, which ended in 1996. Although Phnom Sampov has a sad past, it is a pleasant place to visit. The panoramic view from the top is amazing and there are many food and beverage stalls at the base of the mountain which makes it a great place for a long time. Every evening, at night, thousands of bats leave the cave to feed before returning in the morning. This natural phenomenon is really a "must see" for visitors.

Phnom Banan: is about 22 km south of Battambang but worth a visit if you have free time. Like Ek Phnom, Banan was built in the early 11th century, despite the progress of Buddhism. During the 12th century and during the reign of Jayavarman VII. The temple is built on a hill overlooking the Sangke River and has 358 steps, with five towers remaining. Wat Ek Phnom is an Angkor Wat temple located on the left bank of the Sangke River near point G Peam Ek, about 13 km north of Battambang city in northwestern Cambodia. It is a Hindu temple built in the 11th century under the rule of Suryavarman I. Although some parts have collapsed and been stolen, it is famous for its well-carved stone slabs and slabs.

Private Package Tour

# of PAX

Fee Per-Group

1-3 Pax 235 USD
4-7 Pax 255 USD
8-10 Pax 275 USD


  • English Tour Guide
  • A/C car/ Van/Bus/ With Driver
  • Parking Fees and Road Tolls
  • Pick up / Drop off at Airport
  • Cool Drinking Waters and Towells


  • Temples Pass: 1Day = $37/pax, 3Days = $62/pax, 7Days = $72/pax
  • Meals: (B, L, D)



  • Payment for the tour will only be required at the end of the tour (you do not have to pay in advance or deposit) and cash in dollars only (no credit card payment required).
    • The official currency of Cambodia is the Cambodian Riel (KHR), however, USD $ is used everywhere in the country and most prices are denominated in dollars. We advise you to bring US dollars and remember to bring new and clean banknotes as old or torn banknotes will not be accepted in most places.
    • ATMs are available almost everywhere in the city as well and make it easy to withdraw cash in dollars. Usually the exchange rate is around 4,000 Riel to 1 USD, so if you give 2 USD for something worth 6000 Riel, you will get back usually 2000 Riel.


Please note that you must be dressed for visiting some of our temples, Angkor Wat, Ba Phnom, Phnom Bakheng and climb the same temple.  This means that your pants or skirt should cover your knees and the shirt should not be sleeveless (make sure your shirt covers your shoulders, not a bra) otherwise you will not be allowed in. Or up there is done by the church authorities. Walking shoes are recommended and light cotton clothing is also recommended for the weather from March to July as it is very hot with high humidity. We suggest you bring your camera charger, then you can refill it during your lunch break at the restaurant.


Q: Is it OK to tip guide/driver?
A: Yes, it is OK. If you would like to.