This tour was proposed to me and my wife by our hotel. You go on a Tuk Tuk to a dock area where we were asked to pay 25 dollars each for a 2 hour boat tour. It seems that they charge different prices for everyone that shows up. It was interesting to see how these people live in this village and how they manage to get by. Since it was dry season, all village was located in the lake and we were able to pass near many places. In the middle of the tour the guide tells us about the poor orphans that live in the school and practically made us feel very so bad that we had to buy rice to them. 30kg of rice were 30 dollars. And they want you to buy one for each school (there are 2). You take pictures with the kids and then move to the big market / crocodile farm. It is mostly a small pond inside a large boat were lots of crocodiles are cramped together. In the end, it is a nice tour to visit a different lifestyle but be aware of the money traps.
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