Bamboo train experience - Private Tour

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Private Tour
3 Hours
Hotel pick-up

What To Expect

Just like many other places in East Asia, Cambodia existed for some time under French colonial rule, which changed many facets of the country


Stop 1: Provincial Hall - Salaket

The historical building known as the Salaket has been used for many government functions, and is a popular spot for photographers visiting the Battambang region. The Salaket stands out as a particularly beautiful work of architecture, having been designed by the nationally famous Van Bolivian. As you stop to take pictures or simply marvel, your tour guide will tell you about the building’s rich history.

Stop 2: Old Stone Bridge 

The “Old Stone Bridge” earned it name during the French colonial period, being the first stone river-crossing in Battambang. Since then, it has become part of a network of many different trade routes, and a commonly used meeting point for many of the local residents. This is seen by many as one of the more positive souvenirs left behind by French expansion, as it helped along the quality of Khmer medicine and trade.

Stop 3: Dambong Kronoung Statue

On a roundabout just to the east of Battambang town, you’ll see a towering, black-skinned figure adorned with gold, kneeling on the grass and staring ahead with wide, fearsome eyes. This is the statue of Dambong Kronoung, a figure in a famous Cambodian folk tale, from which the name of Battambang is derived. As you pass by this imposing sculpture, your guide will tell you the story off by heart, and explain how it has featured in other Khmer art and customs.

Stop 4: Bamboo Train and See the brick making

Our next stop will bring us to the bamboo train, which we will board as a group. This will make for a truly unique experience, and will take you through a gallery of striking natural beauty, and many further points of historical or cultural interest, which your tour guide will point out. As you travel, your tour guide will teach you about the intriguing history of the railway, and the many different groups and professions which depend on it in their day to day lives.


  • Provincial Hall – Salaket
  • Old stone Bridge
  • Dambong Kronoung Statue
  • Bamboo train and see the brick making


  • Duration: Half-day tour

          + Morning tour: 8.30 am – 11.00 am

          + Afternoon tour: 2.30 pm – 5.30 pm

  • Departure: Pick up at your hotel
  • Returning point: The same as departure


  • Temple ticket
  • Tuk Tuk tickets
  • Tour guide
  • Snacks
  • Water


  • Tips
  • Other personal expenses

Please Note

  • You can choose your best time availability for your trip. The above are the schedule that we have set for you.
  • Your rides: You get a professional driver who is mainly focus on safety first. You will not boring about someone bargaining the price
  • Your group: In order to ensure the tour quality, we have decided to take from 1 to 4 people in a group. Because we can catch your attention and easily to be in group with everyone. You will learn a lots from your tour guide
  • Your tour guides: We provide you not only a good Tuk Tuk driver, but also we have a tour guide who are they very friendly, helpful, informative, knowledgeable, and experience bi-lingual local tour guide

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