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High Quality Beach Holidays in Cambodia Have Arrived

September 12, 2013 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , ,

One choice for Cambodia’s variety of beach options is the luxury private island of Song Saa located in the Koh Rong archipelago. It’s the best option for a totally private beach getaway.

After a 30-minute speedboat ride from Sihanoukville, guests arrive at Song Saa Island. Song Saa in Khmer language means “sweetheart”. The resort’s location is as seductive as the name implies. It is made up of two small islands – Koh Ouen and Koh Bong (small and big), which connect by a footbridge in a marine reserve.

Guests can experience a beautiful, untouched world, where rare hornbills land on bungalow balconies and the warm sapphire waters teem with life.

At Song Saa there are a host of activities in the surrounding areas: kayaking, and mangrove discoveries with your personal guide deep into Koh Rong’s mangrove forests. The twisting roots of the mangroves provide ideal shelter for fish, mudskippers, crabs, lizards, snakes and creatures taking advantage of the fertile inter-tidal zone. The branches of the mangrove trees are perfect lookouts for the resident kingfishers, Brahminy kites, sea eagles and migrant birds from central Asia.

Song Saa is a truly unique beach destination in Cambodia. Beach holidays in Cambodia have arrived.

Please contact us any time for more information and bookings at [email protected].

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