In the Koh Rong archipelago off the Cambodian southwest coast is a little piece of paradise seldom known in the country. White sandy beaches and luxury accommodations are the first qualities that come to mind, but Song Saa Islands, affectionately known as the sweetheart islands, also serve another purpose.
Schools of fish hop fearlessly above the glossy blue glare of the water below, while colourful hornbills and sea eagles sit atop the mangroves, confident and proud. It’s the result of a huge conservation effort that is all the difference between your standard luxury resort and a far more illuminating eco-paradise.
Located 29 kilometres from Sihanoukville Port, the two-island resort is always all-inclusive, with unlimited access to its all-star kitchen staff, designer villas and guided tours.
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