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Making Memories in Siem Reap

The best part of operating a hotel is seeing the smiles on the guest’s faces and knowing that they have enjoyed Siem Reap. There is so much to do while visiting in addition to Angkor Wat and all of the Angkor complex. Explore the countryside, drive through the rice fields and see the children at play while water buffalo roam through the water and smell the fragrance of the fresh air. Close your eyes and you will be captivated by the moment.
happy guests standing in front of the butterfly pea boutique hotel

Phare the Cambodian circus members training for a show
Spend an evening visiting Phare, the Cambodian Circus, be entertained while knowing that you are helping provide education for the students of the school and gainful employment for the performers.

Cycle with Edu-cycle where you can engage in a conversation with Va, your guide who is also a teacher. Choose from many of the tours they offer, whether it be a leisurely ride to Phnom Krom or a more exhilarating 50 Kilometer ride to Phnom Bok. Don’t use all your energy on pedaling, save some for the hike to the top where you can explore a temple built between the 9th and 10th century while gazing at the distant rice fields and villages.

Take a leisurely walk into town where you can shop in the old market, buying a few handmade items to take home. Stop by Rokhak in the Made in Cambodia Village and see all the wonderful crafts that can be made from weaving water hyacinth, perhaps you can purchase a bag or coasters to help you remember the wonderful time you had here.

Whatever you choose to do, we are sure it will bring a smile to your face and remind you of the wonderful time you had in Siem Reap. Capture the smiles of the people as nowhere else are they so genuine.

Before you go, relax, kick back and enjoy a Butterfly Pea Cocktail while relishing the memories that have been created.

two people cheering with their two butterfly pea cocktails