Cambodia, Siem Reap, North & East
Info : Phum Baitang
Translated into 'green village', Phum Baitang is a luxurious eco-village of stilted villas near Siem Reap. It's perfect for couples or families looking for a relaxing base from which to explore Ankor.
Set amongst lush tropical gardens, the resort's traditional wooden villas are both authentic and incredibly comfortable. There are 45 private villas in total of two categories: Terrace Villas and Pool Villas, the latter being slightly larger with a private plunge pool. Interiors are a fusion of modern luxuries with traditional locally sourced wooden furniture. The resort has a main 50m infinity pool complete with pool bar serving delicious fresh homemade juices.
There is a choice of two restaurants, Bay Phsar that serves traditional lunch and dinners and Hang Bay which serves fusion cuisine. You can also enjoy private dining experiences on request within your own villa or within a nearby terraced rice paddy field.
In summary, this is a luxury resort with a difference. It's authentic, it's beautiful and incredibly relaxing. Perfect for those wanting to absorb Cambodian culture in style.
Luxury - Luxury hotels would have a superb level of service, very comfortable and usually spacious bedrooms, excellent food, great design and character. For us, when we visited, these places all had the 'wow factor'. A luxury hotel should satisfy the criteria of the most discerning clients.
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