Chong Kneas is the floating village at the edge of the lake nearest and most available to Siem Reap. In the event that you need a generally fast and simple take a gander at the Tonle Sap, boat voyages through Chong Khneas are accessible, leaving from the Chong Khneas boat docks throughout the day. The boatman will most likely call attention to the contrasting Khmer and Vietnamese floating families and the floating markets, clinics, schools and different boatloads of visitors.
Chong Khneas, while intriguing, is over-touristed and isn’t as pleasant and ‘pristine’ as floating villages encourage from Siem Reap. The boat trip ordinarily incorporates two stops: one at a touristy floating ‘fish and bird show’ with a trinket and tidbit shop, and the other at the exceptionally prescribed Gecko Environment Center, which offers showcases and data presenting the ecology and biodiversity of the lake zone.
For the inhabitants of the floating villages of Chong Kneas, life on the water isn’t a social custom that individuals love and wish to protect. At the point when the villagers were counseled about their living conditions, they said that they would like to live on the land and approach clean water and sanitation and have their kids go to appropriate schools rather than the ineffectively kept up floating school.