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            The information of the Northern                 
·   Total distance30 km)  
·   One tuk tuk fits 1 to 4 persons.
·   Three in one service (guide & TUK TUK & gasoline)
·   Doesn’t include entrance fee
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  •    What is included ? Free cold water. Local guide with good English and French. Pick up at your hotel. Bamboo sticky rice tasting. Possibility to make your own spring roll! Transportation to your hotel after the tour. What is not included? The entrance fee to the sites.
Stop 1 : Wat Ek Phnom What to See

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  •       Situated about 10 km north of the Cobra Bridge are the ruins of Ek Phnom. It was built during the Bayon period and is unfortunately in much worse condition as Phnom Banan. It is an interesting place, however, because there is a freshly constructed working temple right in front of the ruins. This temple, along with the temple ruins, is the center of holiday festivities for the people of the nearby village. They dress up in their Sunday best and have a celebration between the old and the new temples and climb all around the ruins with their families.
     
    •   The ruins are on a very small hill so there is no workout involved in viewing them. Much of the temple is in shambles and was heavily looted. There are still some sitting Buddha images intact higher up on the walls. On the inside is a carving of a tug-of-war with participants tugging away on a serpent. The participants on the left have lost their heads to looters (they lost face), but the guys on the right still have their heads intact.
    • Ek Phnom is also easy to get to, just head north on the River Road (Road 1) a bit over 10 km (the road north of the Cobra Bridge snakes around a bit, but goes back to the river). As you are getting close to the temple, you will pass over a small concrete bridge. The road beyond will veer off to the right, but the modern temple is there to the left. Enter the new temple grounds, and the ruins are located in the back. A round-trip moto-taxi is about 120 baht from Battambang.  Wat Ek Phnom is 11km from Battambang’s ferry landing by the shortest route and 21km if you go via the Pepsi plant and Pheam Ek. Combining both makes for a nice 32km circuit.
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    •    Wat Ek Phnom is an atmospheric, partly collapsed ancient temple situated 11km north of Battambang, measures 52m by 49m and is surrounded by the remains of a laterite wall and an ancient baray (reservoir). A lintel showing the Churning of the Ocean of Milk can be seen above the east entrance to the central temple, whose upper flanks hold some fine bas-reliefs. Construction of the giant Buddha statue next door has been stopped by the government because, they say, it mars the site's timeless beauty. This is a very popular picnic and pilgrimage destination for Khmers at festival times. The temple was built in the 11th century, supposedly in 1029 under the reign of King Sorayak Varman II (1002-1050). Today it has been mostly reduced to ruins and visitors have to climb over fallen masonry and huge blocks of stone in order to traverse the grounds. Because of this, and its tranquil setting, Wat Ek Phnom is a must for anyone visiting the Battambang area as it actually gives you the impression that you are discovering a  forgotten temple.
    STOP 2 : RICE WINE    
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    •   After visiting Wat Ek Phnom, your guide will take you to visit a rice wine factory. Here you will learn a lot about the Battambang residents’ habits and norms. It is the most popular wine in the countryside with local people who drink it like vodka. You can watch them produce the rice wine and try the samples. The guests usually say that it is really good, warm and also smell nice. The ingredients of this wine are very interesting. First we will taste the wine at 40 percent alcohol, then we can try the one with fruit mix to reduce the alcohol to 30 percent. This is an organic wine that is made from locally sourced ingredients and special to the region.
    STOP 3 : ADRIED BANANA   
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    •       After about 5 more minutes later, we will reach the banana chip (dry banana) factory. You can see how they make dried banana from one family who is working together. You will be able to try it and learn how to make it by following them. This production supports many families, allowing them to maintain their simple way of life. Many of the residents here are used to our tours, and are happy to welcome you into their homes.
    STOP 4 : spring rolls.
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    •          Around 8 kilometers from WAT EK Phnom, Donteav village  is nestled in the north region of Battambang . As tourism in Cambodia has grown in popularity, this little village has built a huge reputation for its quaint, hand-made products. On this part of the tour, you’ll experience the processes involved in making rice paper, a fundamental in almost all Asian cuisine such as spring rolls. Residents here are used to our tours, and are happy to welcome you   into their homes.   
    •  STOP 5 : CAMBODIA CHEESE FACTORY  
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    •                  So, next stop, we visit the Cambodian cheese factory (fish paste). There is a lot involved in the fish making process like smoke fish, dry fish, fish paste...etc. It is a very important ingredient in local cooking, and without it, the food is would just not be the same! It is an incredibly strong smell that you may not have experienced before, known as the biggest fish paste market in Battambang. The smell is a bit strong especially if you are not used to it, but don't worry we won't stay too long. At this stop we will teach you more about Cambodian fishery areas, where they can find the fish and what they do    with them.
    STOP 6 : Sticky rice bamboo
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     ·         The family factory which is called Sticky rice bamboo cake (khrolan). Here we will see how they make the snack using fresh ingredients like sticky rice, coconut milk, sugar, salt, black soy beans and other. Then we will have an opportunity to taste this delicious snack.

    STOP 7 : WAT SAMRONG KNONG                    
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       ·         Battambang town and the surrounding countryside are rich with beautiful old pagodas, some of them hundreds of years old, highly respected and displaying some very unique art and architecture. There are nine pagodas in Battambang town. Wat Kandal displays some of the most interesting architecture and Vihear paintings.WatTahmRei Saw, Bualone. Townilt, built in 1903, is one of those rare Cambodian wats to display paintings of the Hindu epic Reamker.

    STOP 8 : The Killing Fields            
                    
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          ·         This monument is located in Somrong Krong village. It tells the dark history of Cambodia during the years of 1975 to 1979. Pol Pot was a leader who tried to gain power by forcing his people to work very hard in the rice fields. During the years, many people were killed. As we visit the Killing Fields, we will tell you the story of the Khmer Rouge: how did the genocide happen? Why did the Khmer Rouge kill so many people? How did the genocide end?

    Stop 9 : Slaket Crocodile Farm