Explore Cambodian traditions and local crafts

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by anais on Amica project
A real khmer experience

My visit to Amica project has been a good surprise and I would definitely recommend to go there and especially during the rainy season, you could admire the beautiful landscape of rice field. So what does it make special ?
In Cheung kok village, the site offers many experiences in term of local, tradition, culture, history and heritage. there are visisble signs of unique culture and tradition life in most Cambodian villages.
The members of the local community are very welcoming and friendly event they don't speak all good english. . We felt like being friends of them and it was one of the strongest points of the visit. People opened their home to us and enabled us to be part of their community for the few days we spent there. As the village is relatively small, after few hours visitors had the feeling that they knew local area.
You can spend a night there to see the famous bamboo bridge and and the Phnom Srey and Phnom Sros temples. You should rent a bike and look around, it is a nice experience.

by Jane on Amica project

Nobody speak English at the site, but it is beautiful.

by anais on Amica project

Amica is a very nice project; so far It is one the best project I saw in terms of sustainability and eco tourism. It is a real community where you do feel like living as a resident. You eat with the host family who does cook very well, you play with the children… Every members of the village is pleased to welcome you. So far, there are not so many activities to do if you stay more than one day. However, I can real experienced the Cambodian rural life and see the work of the weavers and of the farmer working in the rice field. The NGO amica succeed to involve the village in the ecotourism project that I never saw it before! So I really recommend it to come and meet Aline, our fantastic local guide!


Amica is a non profit organisation. Helping the local community to build other realities for other tomorrow. This organisation brings help to the Cambodian community by developing an innovative concept of sustainable rural development. By sustainable rural development, it means creating other sources of income without damaging the population and combines projects in education, health and the environment.




  • 1-3 bedrooms in a traditional house with bed, mosquito net, cotton sheets, blankets, pillows
  • Local style toilet and shower
  • Electricity 24/7
  • Provides drinking water,
  • Parking: car, van, motorcycle



The NGO AMICA also supports this village by producing sericulture, coconut shell carving, and banana wine making. During your visit you will be able to:

  • Experiencing traditional livelihoods and enjoy the rural Cambodian lifestyle
  • Weaving project
  • Tradition handcrafts
  • Rice fields and agricultural production



The village is located in CheungKok village, 7 km west from Kampong Cham. In front of the Phnom Pros temple’s gate. Coming from Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, take bus to Kompong Cham city. From there you can take a tuk tuk or motodop  to Cheung Kok village.


At this moment we are unable to take booking for this site.



Embrace the daily rituals of rural life to discover and learn about the reality of Cambodia. Immerse yourself and spend a night in one of the traditional houses perched on stilts. It is a great place to relax and enjoy the slow pace of village life with some amazing local Khmer food and lovely company. There are plenty of opportunities to observe local craft making and you will also be able to buy locally made products. You can also hire bicycle or motorbike, to travel into local country site.


Near Cheung Kok Village, there are a wide range of Wats. Wat Nokor is a buddhist temple well worth a visit. The region also has several pagodas, One of the best known is the  famous Vat Maha Leap, one of the last wats build in wood . The region also has several rubber plantations that can be visited.


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