Just thirty five minutes from Cambodia’s mainland, secluded in the Gulf of Thailand’s sapphire waters, lies the private island of Song Saa.
Described as ‘luxury that treads lightly’, the resort’s twenty seven eco-villas are surrounded by an amass of rainforests, tropical reefs and glistening white beaches. Designed using local materials, from old fisherman’s boats for the walls to collected driftwood for the furniture, each of the villas has its own unique character and story to tell.
With a focus on fresh, sustainable and locally produced food, Song Saa offers flexible dining options that allows guests the option to dine wherever they choose, be it in the restaurant, their villa or in one of the secluded hideaway spots. Each dish is inspired by the local environment and celebrates the natural gifts of the islands.
Setting new standards for sustainable tourism in Cambodia, the Song Saa operates a strong conservationist philosophy, using recycled materials throughout the resort and placing strong emphasis on the fostering of local talent.