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Lotus Farm by Samatoa, Siem Reap
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  • Solidarity and eco-responsible, we visited the lotus Samatoa fatum. Tour with the committed and enthusiastic person. Bravo and long life!
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  • This farm is on the way to Tonle Sap, floating village and standing right beside the farm is a small hut where the production of the lotus fibre are carried out. It's really interesting to see how all...  more »
  • Got here quite by accident. Exotic location, the beauty of the Lotus catches the eye! You can buy souvenirs.
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  • Nice view. you can see lotus farm from the street and it is worth stopping for a few minutes if you go to the lake. People also build small hut on the pond for picnic and you need to rent it if you want to picnic.
  • Considering that you just stop by the side of the road and walk down to the farm, it is not bad. For those unfamiliar with Lotus fields, a couple minutes visit is well worth the stop. For those, who are familiar with this type of farming, can easily skip it. It can provide for some really nice pictures.
  • On the way we found the Lotus farm. Incredible place to drink in the cabins that have. We went to the sunset, so the views were much more beautiful. Although the lotus flowers were already closed at the end of the light.
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