Song Saa Reserve to Appear near Siem Reap

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Song Saa Reserve to Appear near Siem Reap

The largest eco-development hospitality project in Cambodia, the Song Saa Reserve, will appear near the famous temples of Angkor and provide a high-end alternative to guests visiting Siem Reap.

The reserve is a brainchild of the owners of Song Saa Private Island, Cambodia’s first luxury coastal resort. The new project is located in Siem Reap. During the first phase the developers will be offered 19 plots ranging in size between 3.1 to 18.6 hectares. The estimate investment for development of one plot is at least USD10 million, and the whole phase will require about  USD250 million. After the development is complete, the ownership will be offered for sale as a whole or in part on the basis of a long-lease period of 50 years, which is also renewable.

The gateway to the Angkor temples, SIem Reap is a booming city flush with café culture and a nightlife suitable to both backpackers and luxury travellers alike. 

Although Angkor Wat seems to be the prime reason for visiting Siem Reap there are many other activities worth checking out. If you're into shopping, the Psar Chaa Market, also known as 'The Old Market', is jam-packed with clothing, handicrafts, produce, herbs and spices. If you're a history buff, the Siem Reap War Museum is great for advancing your knowledge in the Khmer Rouge as well as ancient Buddhist anthropological artefacts. If you simply just want to kick back, have a nice cold beer and socialize with other travellers from all walks of life, Siem Reap is the perfect place for that. 



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