Siem Reap Quad Bike Adventure brings you to the authentic and unique beauty of Cambodia which is hidden and unexposed to the world. Freshness and greenery of remote and undisturbed countryside and villages, friendly and smiley people with the sense of welcoming, schools, local orphanages, homes on stills, active Buddhist monasteries along the community, unbeatable sunset at paddy fields and centuries abandoned and untouched ancient Angkorian temples where few travelers and adventures are dare. All of these magnets of Cambodian attractive places are not to be missed while visiting and exploring Siem Reap Angkor, Cambodia. Siem Reap Quad Bike Adventure can make this happen!!
With all the experiences and knowledge in tourism industry for the last ten years. Savuth, founder's name, realized that most travelers to Cambodia are focusing to only the magnificent Angkor temples due to the tour packages offered by foreign Tours Operators in the Kingdom without exploring the real life-style of the Khmers off the beaten track. Siem Reap Quad Bike Adventure established by a group of dedicated, experienced and inspired young Cambodian who are committed to providing you the best and unforgettable memories of Cambodia. With Siem Reap Quad Bike Adventure promise the real Cambodian hospitality, friendly, helpful, smiley, confident, reliable, and good-hearted.
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The Land Mine Museum is run by Aki Ra, a former Khmer Rouge child soldier and landmine layer. He started off by turning the garden of his home into a museum of mines and other ordnance. The museum is now located in a purpose built location approximately 12 miles from Siem Reap in the direction of Banteay Srei.
A humbling experience that is also supporting an amazing cause. Check out many of the landmines that Aki Ra and his team have collected throughout Cambodia on their de-mining mission.
Aki Ra is a former Khmer Rouge conscripted child soldier who works as a deminer and museum curator in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Aki Ra is unsure of his age, but believes he was born in 1973. His parents were killed by the Khmer Rouge. Orphaned in the Khmer Rouge camp, he was taken in by a woman named Yourn who raised him and several other orphaned children until he was conscripted into the Khmer Rouge army at about 10 years of age.
Mae Yourn (Mother Yourn), who lived and worked at the Cambodia Landmine Museum, died at the age of 66 in April 2010 from complications from diabetes.
Aki Ra fought for the Khmer Rouge until 1983 when he was captured by the Vietnamese. He was conscripted into the Vietnamese army on threat of his life while still a boy. He later served with the Cambodian army as a teenager and still later received landmine clearance training with the United Nations.
Having laid thousands of landmines as a soldier and working for the UN to remove them he discovered he was quite adept at clearing landmines and UXOs, and decided to make it his trade.
Having no demining tools, he used a knife, a Leatherman, and a stick. He would defuse the landmines and UXOs he found in small villages and bring home the empty casings. Sometimes he would sell them as scrap to help fund his work.
Tourists began hearing stories about a young Khmer man who cleared landmines with a stick and had a house full of defused ordnance. Aki Ra began charging a dollar to see his collection, using the money to help further his activities. Thus began the Cambodia Landmine Museum.
Aki Ra cleared landmines where he had fought, when he heard about an accident, or when village chiefs and farmers would call him at the museum and tell him of mines in their villages and ask for his help.
While working in these villages he found many injured and abandoned children. He brought them home to live with him and his wife Hourt. Some of the children who moved to their home were also street kids from Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. Eventually he had brought home over 2 dozen boys and girls.
The first child Aki Ra brought home was a 9-year old boy who had lost his leg to a landmine and was living on the street. His wife Hourt had no idea Aki Ra would be returning with the little boy, but when he returned home she took the child to her family and said "Look, now I have a son".
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Helicopter Cambodia is the leading helicopter transport provider in the Kingdom of Cambodia. We have flown thousands of satisfied passengers on various types of missions, including Charter and Scenic Flights, Mineral Exploration and Mining Support, VIP and Hotel Transfers, Medevac and Ambulance Flights, Aerial Filming and Photography, Agricultural Concession Surveys and Support.
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The ox cart is usually used by local farmers to ride to rice field to plant the crops during the wet season. But on this tour you can have the same experience. It is a different way of discovering traditional local life and Cambodian culture You will see the local market, local people's houses, countryside and rice fields.Our local guide will come along with you. This tour will take approximately 2 hours.
For this tour you will have the option to depart in the morning or in the afternoon. The driver will pick you up from your hotel in Siem Reap by air conditioned car and bring you to the location where the ox cart ride starts. This approximately 7km outside Siem Reap. During the ox cart ride you will explore the countryside with local houses/villages, the local market and beautiful rice fields. It takes approximately 2 hours trip to see everything. Experience the true Cambodian way of life and Khmer villages At the and we will drive you back by air conditioned car.
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Guide & Transportations
Ohmadventuretour (OAT) professional local tour operator in Cambodia and We bring you the tourists to our temples and other attraction places around in Cambodia, we have offered the tourist many kind of transportation services such as 4 seats car, Van 12 Seats, bus 25, 35, 45 seats rental, luxury private cars with the reasonable price. Arrive in the comfort of your style. Depending on the group size, and the tour packages of your choice, we would accommodate you with the best transportation and a professional Chauffeur to assist you wherever and whenever you need. They would be happy to transport you.
There is no centralized bus station in Phnom Penh. Buses from different companies depart from different stations. Some buses depart/arrive from the bus company office, others from remote bus stands such as market parking lots. One of the largest bus stations in Phnom Penh - Phnom Penh Sorya Transport - is next to Phsar Thmey (Central Market), near the GST bus station and major taxi stands. Several bus company offices are also concentrated near Street 104 and Sisowath Quay on the riverfront. The rest are scattered around town. In most provincial cities, including Siem Reap and Sihanoukville, there is a centralized bus station from which all buses arrive and depart. The following list is not comprehensive but does include most of the major bus companies.
OAT Tours will Provide you An experience , knowledgeable Tours Guide know all over cambodia area , Nice and Transportation as Tuk Tuk, Car, Mini Van, Bus, Bicycle.
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Accomodations & Restuarants
Siem Reap in Cambodia may be a popular destination packed with ancient sites, but the rapidly growing city offers more than just culture and history. Dotting its landscape are some of the world’s most luxurious hotels.