Sala Lodges, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Other than the Temples of Angkor, one other attraction in Siem Reap that we wouldn't want to miss must be the award-winning Sala Lodges, a culmination of its owners' concept to create a sanctuary where captivating wooden houses located around various villages in the Cambodian countryside can be brought together.

Indeed the recreated area appears to be a rustic paradise, showcasing stilted wooden house dating from 1956 to the mid-80s, all carefully preserved and retrofitted with modern conveniences.

Each of the eleven traditional Khmer house tells a story and the 'Sala' in Sala Lodges means a small house by a pagoda — an excellent respite for travelers.




Photo Credit: Sala Lodges, Siem Reap
Photo Credit: Sala Lodges, Siem Reap



Exhibit at ITB Asia
Exhibit at ITB Asia



House Bram
House Bram




House Dop
House Dop




House Dop Mouy
House Dop Mouy




Lovely Host
Lovely Host



Sala Lodges, Arne Lugeon, Owner

For more information
http://www.salalodges.com/contact-us.php



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