Go Wild & Relax

Story By
Michael Eaton

Located on the Cambodian River, Alila Villas Koh Russey has just opened, offering travelers the opportunity to see another side of Cambodia while staying in a location at the height of eco-luxury. To celebrate the opening, the resort is offering two exclusive packages in collaboration with Shinta Mani Angkor – the Bill Bensley Collection and Shinta Mani Wild. Situated on a private island in the Koh Rong archipelago, this tropical resort is surrounded by pristine bays, lush forests, and jagged rock formations. Just ten minutes from the mainland, visitors can also spend time exploring the charming southern coastline of Cambodia, taking in temples, coastal towns, and Bokor National Park.

Angkor Blue: Alila Villas Koh Russey & Shinta Mani Angkor - Bensley Collection

Angkor Blue offers a journey through temples complemented by ocean breezes. Guests stay at both the Shinta Mani Angkor – Bensley Collection, located in the heart of Siem Reap, as well as Alila Villas Koh Russey. These villas offer guests total privacy with their own tropical garden, and the undivided attention of a personal Bensley Butler. Relax and unwind with a Khmer massage at Shinta Mani, made even better when you spend your day exploring beautiful ancient temples through hikes and bicycles. The four night package includes daily breakfasts, hour-long spa experiences, and round trip Sihanoukville and Siem Reap airport transfers.

Jungle & Beach: Alila Villas Koh Russey & Shinta Mani Wild

For those with a deeper sense of adventure, the Jungle and Beach package pairs the island relaxation of Alila Villas Koh Russey with a luxury camp experience at Shinta Mani Wild. The private sanctuary combines world-class design and conservation to create a perfect experience natural experience. Stay in one of 15 spacious tents perched over flowing water, evoking a luxury jungle safari feel. A magnificent adventure in the wilderness, guests can fill their days with wildlife excursions or boat exploration, or even join rangers on their conservation efforts.

For more information, visit alilahotels.com