Most of Cambodia’s islands – scattered across the sapphire waters of the Gulf of Thailand – remain undeveloped but offer deserted oases of virgin rainforests, tropical reefs and glistening white beaches.
Guests to Song Saa will be amongst the rst foreigners to experience this untouched world, reminiscent of Thailand’s islands before its tourist boom.
The resort spans the islands of Koh Ouen and Koh Bong, connected by a footbridge over a marine reserve that has been established to safeguard the islands’ reefs and marine life including dugongs, seahorses and exotic species of tropical fish. Twenty-four luxury villas are built from sustainable materials and have adopted a ‘rustic chic’ design. The resort is inspired by Cambodian fishing villages with features such as over- water buildings, thatch roofs, rough-hewn natural timbers and drift wood furnishings.
Guests can enjoy uninterrupted sunrise or sunset views from their overwater, ocean or jungle villas, complete with private pools and creature comforts. Each villa promises a sanctuary where guests can shower looking out over the ocean, sip cocktails whilst watching the sun set from their private deck or have the resort’s chef treat guests to fresh seafood under the stars.
A two-bedroom royal villa has its own private jetty for speedboat arrival and offers exceptional luxury and privacy, for those in search of an exceptional discrete island hideaway.
Photos: Song saa private island overwater villa two 2 bedroom infinity pool back deck at night.