Cambodia’s rejuvenation refuge

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Cambodia’s rejuvenation refuge

A five-day escape to the Six Senses Koh Krabey, off the Cambodian coastline, combines romance, wellness and indulgence. The resort is famed for its ultra-sustainable approach that provides guests with a lavish lifestyle, without disruption to the pristine environment.

This sanctuary for the mind and body blends into the environment and actively safeguards the ecology, creating a refuge for birds and butterflies. Guests can choose serenity and solitude, or a more active lifestyle.

The journey to this ultimate tropical paradise starts with a speedboat journey from Sihanoukville. Overnight is in one of 40 immaculately designed pool villas, with a personal ‘guest experience maker’ on call. After arrival, options include a swim in the private pool, sun lounging, or a nature walk through the surrounding jungle.

Afterwards, relax in the sauna, or hot tub, luxuriate with a traditional Khmer foot massage, experience a rejuvenating Cambodian-style spa treatment, or join a yoga, or fitness class. A perfect day gets better with dinner at AHA Restaurant overlooking the glimmering sea. Alternatively, opt for Khmer classics at the Treehouse Restaurant, with organic ingredients sourced from the resort’s own farm on the mainland.

Next day, after a sumptuous breakfast served in the villa, more indulgence awaits with spa treatments, or an organised activity. The choices include a castaway picnic, an exclusive fishing trip, a workout in the ‘Jungle Gym’, or a Cambodian cuisine cooking class. Guests can also join in with sustainability programmes so they leave the resort rejuvenated and with increased awareness about responsible tourism practices.

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