In the morning at 8:00, we bike the village paths along people vegetable gardens, children smile, and rice field and then head to Kompong Khleang feels genuinely untouched and peaceful. When we arrive at the small pier in the late morning, there generally are only a few visitors’ cars or mini-vans already parked, if any. The second reason we choose to take people there is that it is the most beautiful village out of the three.Consider this: Kompong Khleang is the home of about 1800 families, more or less 6000 people altogether. This means that when you arrive in Kompong Khleang, you will see stilt houses as far as the eye can see. More than a village, Kompong Khleang is a small town with its schools, its 3 pagodas, its clinics and everything such a large community requires to function. For those of you who have never seen such things before, it is a truly mind-boggling experience. Once your boat navigates away from the stilt houses, you will enter the “actual” floating village: several dozens of wooden houses floating on the river.The village moves along the river according to the seasons and even sits on Tonlé Sap lake during the dry season. Just amazing. One of the best things about Kompong Khleang is that the boat service is still owned by the locals, which means that the money we spend on the boat trip gets back to the community.we relax for lunch and then we bike back hotel.