Sunset and evening cruises; stay on board as long as you like! Hourly departures at 5pm, 6pm, 7pm and 8pm (the cruise ends at 9 pm).
Enjoy live traditional Khmer music as you cruise past the floating villages Royal Palace, and view the Phnom Penh skyline as you've never seen it before. As part of this experience, you will cruise over the point where the Tonle Sap, Mekong, and Bassac rivers meet.
Cambo Cruise bar offers original cocktails, tea, coffee, or beer for purchase at land prices. In addition, our onboard á la carte menu offers a great selection of Western and Khmer favorites. Or enjoy the BBQ All-you-can-eat set menu (if this ticket option is selected ).
All food is freshly prepared and made to order onboard with local, organic ingredients, no chemicals, or MSG (vegetarian/ vegan options available).
Western-owned and operated. Available Monday to Saturday. Hotel pick up available for additional $3 pp
*To enjoy a sunset, it is recommended to join the cruise at 5 pm.
- Riverside Path, Phnom Penh
Boarding takes place 20 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time.
Cruising along the Phnom Penh riverfront enjoy the subtle sounds of live traditional Khmer music on the upper deck. You can also view the scenery from the main deck for a more cozy experience near the bar. After passing the Royal Palace we will journey to the junction of the Tonle Sap, Mekong, and Bassac rivers. Up the Mekong River you may see floating villages and fishing families living on their house boats, depending on the water level and the time of year. Near the junction of the three rivers is where you will see the sunset* over Phnom Penh in the distance. *To enjoy sunset, a 5 pm departure is recommended.
The bar has spirits from around the world. Most any traditional cocktails can be made, but be sure and try one of many original signature cocktails, satisfaction guaranteed. Local and imported beers, as well as red and white wines by the glass or carafe. Fresh, locally grown coffee beans are ground just before brewing to ensure fantastic espresso, and coffee.
We cruise down the Mekong River before turning up the Tonle Sap to take in the Phnom Penh riverfront skyline after dark. This perspective is stunning, only to be seen like this by boat. After passing under the Japanese Friendship Bridge, we return to port.
The Cambo Cruise boat is a newly constructed vessel designed solely with lunch/dinner cruising in mind. With 365 degree views from the top, it has 140 seats with a rustic, wooden, Cambodian design with modern touches. It is equipped three toilets, men’s, women's, and staff's, running water from fresh water tanks, and a water filtration system for clean, purified drinking water. Hygiene, safety, and guest satisfaction are our priorities. A large commercial kitchen with floor to ceiling stainless steel walls and appliances, and rubber flooring is designed to prepare food for up to 120 guests in short order. The boat is licensed, inspected, and has staff that are well trained in safety and first-aid procedures, with flotation devices, safety equipment, and fire extinguishers onboard. No other boat in Phnom Penh can offer you all of these things.