Song Saa Private Island is situated on Koh Rong Island, Cambodia and offers a unique dining experience at the on-site restaurant. The resort’s culinary practice is proudly based on locally sourced ingredients: seasonal fruits and vegetables, wildlife-friendly Ibis rice from farmers in the North, fleshy cashew nuts and meaty coconuts from nearby villages. Then there’s the distinctive favour of Kampot pepper infusing our cuisine with a truly local culinary twist. The resort cater to guests with dietary restrictions and vegan and vegetarian dishes are some of their tastiest.
Song Saa Private Island is surprisingly accessible for a remote Cambodian Island. Siem Reap airport it’s just a 45-minute flight to the coast or few hours’ drive from Phnom Penh to your speedboat transfer. The helicopter transfers is possible too.
Song Saa Private Island exists alongside the Song Saa Foundation. In tandem, they promote the economic development of local communities and the protection of their spectacular environment.
Song Saa Private Island offers 24 luxury villas. The management Resort’s team are interested in land not just as a place for new Song Saa Resorts, but for the preservation and nurturing of the land itself – its ecology and the people it sustains. Through the Song Saa Foundation and its targeted conservation and rehabilitation programs, they drive meaningful environmental and social change, while also delivering substantial financial returns to investors. Each villa was constructed from recycled and reclaimed timber and decorated with re-purposed items and local materials in keeping with their philosophy of sustainability.
Created with sustainability in mind, Song Saa Private Island reflects the beauty of the Cambodian coastline. It’s a place that breathes in time with nature, built from local materials, by local hands, and infused with local art and soul. An evolved tropical getaway with a pristine private beach, spacious wooden villas, heavenly spa sanctuaries and a preserved coral reef, Song Saa Private Island lets you detach from the world and tune into simple luxuries.
Built with reclaimed timber and materials from the mainland, the resort’s design and architecture reiterates their commitment to sustainability. Discarded oil drums find new life as lamps. Driftwood serves as a table or bench. Salvaged wood from old fishing boats and factory yards now forms decks and floors and beams.