Khmer-inspired and as boutique as they come, the angular elegance of this property is seductive and striking. With just 39 rooms, there’s an intimately contemporary feel and some are just footsteps from the pool. Traditional therapies are practiced at the spa, and the Kroya Restaurant is inspired by that same Khmer heritage.
The mission of the hotel’s Foundation is to enhance the lives of individuals in local communities where we operate, by increasing their human capital and providing them the tools to overcome the constraints of poverty. The Shinta Mani Foundation is a registered local NGO (Non-Government Organization) and focuses on the three core areas of education, small business start-ups and health care.
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.