Cambodia is a year-round destination thanks to its tropical climate and warm temperatures. The Kingdom has two seasons, wet and dry. Visiting the Kingdom in either season provides different activities to experience.
Cambodia is a country steeped in history and reemerging onto the world stage of exotic destinations.
A private island off the south coast of Cambodia, Krabey Island is now home to a new Sis Senses luxury resort, the first in the Kingdom of Cambodia. With the sacred Kbal Spean River as inspiration, Six Senses Spa takes guests as deep as they want to go, with a signature spa menu and selection of Cambodian healing treatments plus meditation, detox, sleep programs, sauna, herbal steam, whirlpool and daily yoga in the pavilion.
Six Senses Krabey Island features 40 private pool villas that exemplify a commitment to using sustainable materials while embracing modern technology for guest wellness and comfort. The villas’ highlights include green living roofs, sun decks with infinity plunge pools and rain showers. The resort includes two unique restaurants with menus focused on quality local produce and seasonality to create Khmer and Southeast Asian cuisine together with international dishes. There is also a sunset bar and an ice cream parlor.
Inspired Spa Encounters
The expansive Six Senses spa is inspired by the sacred Khmer Kbal Spean River and offers a wide range of holistic rejuvenation and beauty treatments plus Six Senses Integrated Wellness. It also incorporates a comprehensive gymnasium, rooftop yoga pavilion, Crystal Water Room, Meditation Cave and the Alchemy Bar where guests create their own natural skin care products using local ingredients. Guest activities at the resort include water sports, fishing, snorkeling, organic farm visits with cooking classes, night sky observatory, horizon lap pool, jungle fitness circuit and open-air Cinema Paradiso. The Nest kids’ club welcomes children between four and 12 years of age and offers the Grow With Six Senses program.
Sustainability initiatives include the resort’s own water bottling plant using glass bottles, the Earth Lab that tends a 40,000 square feet (3,700 square meters) organic market farm, coral propagation program, the support of school programs in nearby villages as well as the introduction of sustainable practices within the local Khmer communities.