A mojito-making station, sunken bathtubs, and a private chef are just three of the perks on offer at Song Saa’s Royal Villa in Koh Rong, Cambodia. The two-bedroom overwater bungalow is located on the resort’s private island, where lodging includes only 24 rooms total.
Recharge in Cambodia at Song Saa
Song Saa is a year-old resort in Cambodia’s off-the-beaten path Koh Rong Archipelago. The resort spans two pristine private islands that are connected by a footbridge set over a marine reserve teeming with colorful sea life. Guests can choose rooms with sunrise or sunset views, private balconies that reach out over the water, and private pools when booking. The eco-conscious resort recently introduced five- and seven-day wellness retreats that include lengthy massages, guided meditation, health and environment-conscious cuisine, and plenty of free time to fill with exploring the island, snorkeling, kayaking, and beach picnics. Song Saa’s acclaimed spa isn’t a spa in the traditional sense—there is no main building, and guests meet with the “Head of Wellness” when they arrive on the island to plan their personal program. This could include anything from a rainforest hike, to a facial in the great outdoors to a sunset with a glass of champagne. Essentially, Song Saa seeks to bring guests to a sense of equilibrium so they leave feeling healthy, happy, and balanced. Song Saa also prioritizes establishing a sustainable relationship with the land and native people. In 2015, the resort introduced “Journeys of Change” programs, which are five-day trips with a flexible itinerary that blends relaxation at Song Saa with cultural and ecological excursions into the neighboring communities and wilderness to help guests understand and connect with life in the Koh Rong peninsula.
Stay at Cambodia's First Marine Reserve
In 2006, Song Saa created Cambodia’s first marine reserve. Guests can accompany resident marine biologists on snorkeling excursions.
Personal Infinity Pools
Song Saa is a private island off the coast of Cambodia. With the aim to provide “Luxury that Treads Lightly,” they have developed Cambodia’s first Marine Park. Your villas come with personal infinity pools, but you can also take a Boat of Hope Journey with the resort to neighboring fishing villages to volunteer while your staying at Song Saa. The contrast is spectacular. The work they are doing for Cambodia equally so. And no one gets mad at a personal infinity pool.