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May 27, 2019 | Last Modified: 2019

Travel Experience

The tours take guests to Kompong Khleang, the largest floating village in Siem Reap province. Located about 55km outside of the city, the villages are home to over 10,000 people, many of whom have been living here for generations. Not only see the Tonle Sap but gain insight into daily life in Kompong Khleang while learning about some of the issues the communities face.

Responsibility

They promote responsible tourism in a variety of ways such as discussing and promoting awareness about the various social, economic, and educational issues faced and offering ways for guests to get involved after the tour. Reinvesting profits in the community via local staff salaries, free educational programming at Bridge of Life School, and community projects. Choosing to employ staff that come from the village we visit. Salaries are shared with their families, reinvested in the community, and not removed by foreign or out-of-town tour operators. Training staff about and enforcing a child and community protection policy at the village.

Business Case

All profits from the tours are donated to Bridge of Life School to fund education, clean water, and other projects.

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The tours take guests to Kompong Khleang, the largest floating village in Siem Reap province. Located about 55km outside of the city, the villages are home to over 10,000 people, many of whom have been living here for generations. Not only see the Tonle Sap but gain insight into daily life in Kompong Khleang while learning about some of the issues the communities face.

They promote responsible tourism in a variety of ways such as discussing and promoting awareness about the various social, economic, and educational issues faced and offering ways for guests to get involved after the tour. Reinvesting profits in the community via local staff salaries, free educational programming at Bridge of Life School, and community projects. Choosing to employ staff that come from the village we visit. Salaries are shared with their families, reinvested in the community, and not removed by foreign or out-of-town tour operators. Training staff about and enforcing a child and community protection policy at the village.

All profits from the tours are donated to Bridge of Life School to fund education, clean water, and other projects.

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