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    Phum Baitang, Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Phum Baitang, Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Sprawling over eight acres in Siem Reap, lies this sustainable compound of forty five traditionally crafted wooden houses. Phum Baitang means ‘Green Village’ and is a mix of the stylish simplicity of rural Cambodia blended with exquisite modern eco interiors to create a luxurious green hideaway amongst the rice fields. Built around an existing farmhouse […]

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    Eco Heroes

    Rory & Melita Hunter of Song Saa

    Rory & Melita Hunter of Song Saa

    Rory & Melita Hunters are the founders of both Song Saa Private Island & its charitable foundation the Song Saa Foundation. We talk to them about their philanthropic and environmental work in the Koh Rong Archipelago, Cambodia since they pioneered this unique and beautiful hideaway.   What was the inspiration behind Song Saa? In 2005, […]

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    Gypsy Spots

    Angkor, Cambodia

    Angkor, Cambodia

    This mystical temple city in the jungle has captured the imagination since it was rediscovered by Henri Mouhot in 1860 (although the Khmers never ‘lost’ it) to present day scenes immortalised it on the big screen in Tomb Raider. It is so vast that it is impossible to cover this UNESCO World Heritage Site in […]

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