Not too many hotels can lay claim to being a former royal guesthouse, but the welcome here is notably regal. Low-rise, sleek apartments pay tribute to some wonderfully retro architecture, and the 24 suites are as sumptuous as they come. Best of all, you’re just a few minutes from the wonders of Angkor Wat.
Together with experts from the field of anthropology, Amansara has put together a directory that lists organizations and individuals that can be trusted and supported. These organizations cover a broad spectrum of social concerns from performing arts, children and women’s health, higher education, de-mining, handy craft, cultural heritage, and the preservation of wild life.
Angkor and Siem Reap
One of the most famous places in the world and a major UNESCO World Heritage Site, the largest Hindu temple complex in the world was built in the 12th century. The name means ‘temple city’, and this religious centre is a stunning example of classical Khmer architecture. Just 5km from the modern city of Siem Reap, this is simply a must-see attraction.
Ways you can help in Angkor and Siem Reap
You can change the life of a needy family by helping build a decent place for them to live. They will be healthier and more secure, and you will gain insights into their lives, hear their stories, share laughs, and show you care.