Take your team to these villas in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Kiran Sidhu
Kiran Sidhu
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Our Cityscapes series presents you with exciting alternative locations for your company gatherings and business meetings. Bring your team together in a refreshing way to inspire collaboration.

Siem Reap is a happy city that welcomes visitors like old friends. From the ninth to the fifteenth centuries, this region was the site of successive Khmer Empire capitals. In recent years, this ancient yet dynamic destination has attracted visitors who want to stay longer and explore its other facets.

A few days in this Cambodian city demonstrates that Siem Reap has the best of both worlds—a glorious past and a vibrant present. The best way to learn about it is to go through it slowly, one story at a time.

The Khmer architecture has withstood the test of time and is a significant tourist attraction in this region. Numerous stone-carved monuments and temple towers are still standing, as well as possibly more statues and sculptures. Everything comes together to form a stone city that serves as a portal to the past. The Angkor Wat or temple is the most impressive of all the structures.

Architectural styles originated with Indian design. Buildings were not overly ornate on the outside and were essentially just square towers with a chamber to house their statue of God. However, the Khmer people developed their own, more creative sense of architecture over time. The foundation of their design and how they altered it made it unique to their culture.

However, the Hindu religion is also credited with its design. This religion is partly responsible for more ornamentation in architecture, as building carvings were frequently added to tell religious stories. Cambodia has enchanted landscapes, a moving history, and the locals’ innate culture and hospitality that keep visitors returning for more.

However, Siem Reap is the best tourist destination if you want to relax. You can tour Siem Reap with your colleagues. Cambodia is home to some of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful islands. If you are planning a trip with your team, here are some recommended fantastic places to stay during your trip.

Villa Leakhena

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Villa Leakhena is a private retreat in the heart of Siem Reap, with plenty of gardens and outdoor space. The villa has ten bedrooms and is set on 2,000 square meters of land, with approximately 1,400 square meters of lush green garden. The atmosphere is calm and decorated in Khmer styles. Villa Leakhena is best suited for a group of friends/family to gather for a spoiling holiday and people who prefer a calm atmosphere with green surroundings where they can spend alone. 

Prices: start from $50.00 per night.

Distance from Siam Reap International Airport: 15 minutes (by car)

Distance from Siem Reap City Centre: 10 minutes (by car)

For more information: https://villaleakhena.com/

Authentic Colonial Khmer


The resort has a one-of-a-kind design concept that combines French and Khmer elements to create an actual one-of-a-kind luxurious Cambodian hotel experience. The elegant rooms and suites have ornate Khmer furnishings, free WiFi, minibars, and terraces with pool or garden views. Some rooms have canopy beds.

Breakfast à la carte and airport pick-ups are among the freebies. There is an Indonesian restaurant on the premises and an outdoor pool. Yoga classes and spa treatments are available. The villa can accommodate up to 16 people at once. The room price per night for an individual in this villa is $50.

Prices: start from $50.00 per night.

Distance from Siam Reap International Airport: 15 minutes (by car)

Distance from Siem Reap City Centre: 7 minutes (by car)

For more information: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/30694837

The Athakon House

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The Athalon house is built on two large rice fields that have been fed for many years by running water from the holy mountain of Phnom Kulen. The house’s distinctive shape is influenced by traditional Khmer architecture. On the top floor is a remarkable space with a 360-degree view of the landscape. This high lifted lobby offers spectacular sunset views. 

Bridges and steps connect the lobbies to four leading corner houses, each with large comfortable bedrooms and plenty of privacy. They have many freebies such as airport service, welcome drink, room service, daily breakfast, and access to hold events. Ashokan House is a 25-minute drive from the Airport and about 5km from the temple. Although the villa has seven bedrooms which go for $105 each per night, it can accommodate 16 people conveniently.

Prices: start from $105.00 per night.

Distance from Siam Reap International Airport: 25 minutes (by car)

Distance from Siem Reap City Centre: 12 minutes (by car)

For more information: https://athakon.com/

La Palmeraie D’Angkor 

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La Palmeraie d’Angkor was designed as place for a dream retreat. You will find comfort, elegance, and space in a zen-like, cozy, and romantic atmosphere. Whether travelling alone, as a couple, or with family, you will find a calm and peaceful respite with exceptional personalised service.

The villa has four furnished deluxe rooms. Each room has a cottage, tastefully furnished and equipped with in-room amenities and modern technological conveniences such as broadband Internet access – ideal for our tech-savvy traveller! They are all equipped with large private balconies.

Prices: start from $115.00 per night.

Distance from Siem Reap International Airport: 10 minutes (by car)

Distance from Siem Reap City Centre: 5 minutes (by car)

For more information:https://www.lapalmeraiedangkor.com/en/

Sala Lodges

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Sala Lodges offers authentic traditional Khmer-style wooden houses on stilts away from the bustle of Siem Reap. It has a saltwater pool with a poolside bar and panoramic views. The property has free WiFi throughout.

Guests can approach the front desk 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for currency exchange, tour arrangements, ticketing, and concierge services. Guests who want to explore the surrounding area can borrow bicycles for free.

Prices: start from $260.00 per night.

Distance from Siem Reap International Airport: 25 minutes (by car)

Distance from Siem Reap City Centre: 15 minutes (by car)

For more information: https://www.salalodges.com/

Going on a retreat with your team this year? 

There Is no doubt that Siem Reap is a great place to have your next business trip. Each of the villas mentioned above is exquisite because they provide all the facilities you’ll need to have a great stay. Trutrip offers corporate management services that foster your company’s cost-effective business trip or tour. Book a demo or sign up for a free trial to see how our services work.