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Song Saa Private Island, Sihanoukville, Cambodia

October 10, 2016 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , , ,

Song Saa Private Island - Sihanoukville - Cambodia

With a view like this from the infinity pool and a luxuriously appointed villa, this resort looks irresistible.

Barefoot heaven on a private island? Need we say more? The photos are proof of peerless beauty! This is Song Saa Private Island resort located off the coast of Koh Rong, Cambodia about 45 minutes from the mainland at Sihanoukville.

Song Saa Private Island - Sihanoukville - Cambodia

Khiri Travel Cambodia Country Manager, Miles Gravett, inspected this 5-star resort straddling the beach and the jungle. The luxury pool villas are the ultimate escape with privacy, killer views and flawless service. For complete relaxation, an excellent menu of food and drink are conveniently all-inclusive.

Song Saa Private Island - Sihanoukville - Cambodia

Song Saa Private Island - Sihanoukville - Cambodia

With a focus on sustainability and protection of the marine environment, the villa bungalows are constructed with natural materials and styled with elegant simplicity. Alternative options Alila Villas Koh Russey and Six Senses Krabey Island are both scheduled to open in 2017.

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