Cambodia is home to the magnificent Temples of Ankgor, whose very name conjures up images of jungle temples, Asian mysticism and exotic Hindu influence architecture. Built over 1000 years ago, it was then deserted for reasons never answered, and remained undiscovered until 1860 when a Belgian explorer, Henri Mouhot, was hacking his way through the jungle and suddenly came across this fantastic feat of building and design. It is now one of the region’s most desirable destination for the curious traveller.
The Mekong River Cruise is one of the incredible and exciting river journeys, cruising on the Mekong river from Saigon up to Siem Reap, an 8 day historical voyage of colonial Indochina, much of which is relatively untouched. Departing from either Saigon going north, or from Siem Reap heading south, travellers will experience the full spectrum of culture and life on the Mekong Delta, as well as excursions to cultural and historical sites throughout Vietnam and Cambodia.
La Residence d‘Angkor Siem Reap is a long time favourite with discerning European travellers who like the traditional style, the superb location adjacent to the Siem Reap River. Perfectly located in the centre of the city, adjacent to the river and close to numerous restaurants and boutiques. The temples of Angkor and the airport are 25 minutes drive.
Heritage Suites Hotel Siem Reap is an elegant boutique hotel, a real little Cambodian gem, almost deliberately hidden away down a small road, but only a few minutes drive by tuk-tuk to the lively city centre (approx 2 US Dollars). The airport is 20 minutes drive way as are the temples of Angkor. Refined, fully capturing the style of the destination with a combination of subtle Asian influences and French colonial design, all set within extensive tropical gardens.
The Shinta Mani Angkor Bensley Collection is the Sister property to the Shinta Mani Shack and Shinta Mani Angkor, the Bensley collection takes opulent luxury to a different level, yet at the same time, you are centrally located in the heart of Siem Reap.
This is one of the places to be seen in Siem Reap. Shinta Mani Angkor is cool, almost effortlessly elegant and enjoys a super location, with many interesting restaurant options within walking distance.
The Shinta Mani Shack Hotel is a charming stylish boutique hotel, ultra modern but with delightful Cambodian touches. Perfectly located in the heart of Siem Reap, the airport is 20 minutes and the entrance to the temples of Angkor 15 minutes.
Song Saa Private Island Cambodia is one of the most discussed luxury resorts to be opened in the region. Located on two small islands sharing the collective name of Song Saa (it means sweet hearts in the Khmer language) within the Koh Rong Archipelago of twenty islands.
Top quality eco-sensitive accommodation, with hi-tech comforts, friendly, highly personalised and professional attention, with superb and innovative menus that can usually be tailored to your requirements.
The Bale Phnom Pehn Resort is a zen influenced luxurious retreat opened in November 2017. Classic simplicity with the emphasis on light and space. Located in a quiet residential area near the mighty Mekong River.
Victoria Hotel Siem Reap is located on the outskirts of the city, overlooking the Royal Park. just a few minutes walk from the bustling centre. A French colonial design theme, dating back to the 1930’s, and enhanced with many subtle contemporary features. The airport and the temples of Angkor are 20 minutes drive away.