At Le Relais de Chhlong, we are delighted to welcome individuals and groups for a short stay to enjoy the restaurant or the pool.
THE MEKONG DOLPHINS
45 minutes away
The Irrawaddy dolphin symbolizes the magnificence of the Mekong River and its continued high biodiversity.The Irrawaddy dolphins inhabits a 190km stretch of the mainstream Mekong River between Kratie and Khone Falls.
Only 45mn away from Le Relais, go on a boat and discover the specie in their habitat.
Our swimming pool is a great way to take a short break during your trip.
Our restaurant La Terrasse offers a beautiful sight on the Mekong, and a quite place to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant features a private salon with A/C where 8 people can be served.
BOOK A COOKING CLASS
Learn to cook khmer dishes during our cooking class. You will first meet our Chef in Chhlong’s market and then cook with her some Cambodia’s classic dishes.
For more information, please contact us.
RENT A BIKE AND GO FOR A RIDE
Riding a bike is the perfect way to go and explore the banks of the Mekong river, to discover at your own pace the local morning market and the peaceful countryside.
Chhlong is a small village offering a glimpse into laidback rural life. Here you will find the House of a Hundred Pillars, which dates back to 1884, a stretch of colonial buildings, beautiful wooden houses, and gorgeous sights on the river.
BOOK A KAYAKING TOUR
After being driven to the launch point, you’ll first paddle across the river towards the west bank of the Mekong, then downstream through sand islands and the flooded forest, before crossing back and enjoying the unique perspective of seeing the rare Irrawaddy dolphins from your kayak. This is what awaits you during one Sorya’s Kayaking Tour. Based in Kratie, Sorya offers great quality tours on the Mekong since.
RELAX at KAMPI RAPIDS
1 hour away
Kampi rapids make a great half day trip from Le Relais. Few kilometers to the north of the dolphins spot, lies the rapids, where you can picnic in a series of platforms over the rapids and, should you wish, go for a swim. It’s a very scenic location, with a bunch of tourist knick-knack shops at the top (a $1 admission for foreign-looking tourists) and it makes for an easy, slow afternoon. What we’d recommend though is going a little further, just across the big bridge, where you’ll see a restaurant on your left — it has better food, colder drinks and solid view over the entire area.