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New green pearl in Cambodia: Farmhouse Smiling Gecko

July 30, 2020 Headline News, Hotel Feature No Comments Email Email

In the middle of the rice fields of Cambodia lies a new Green Pearls® partner; the Farmhouse Smiling Gecko. The sustainable resort combines country living with modern luxury.

34 stylishly furnished rooms are available to guests in bungalows and typical Cambodian stilt houses. Terraces and outdoor areas allow a relaxed stay outdoors, surrounded by nature. The resort offers an extensive wellness area for massages and yoga retreats. A large outdoor pool with many loungers not only invites you to swim but also to relax on the chic wooden deck. Due to the beautiful rural surroundings and the greened estate, your stay will be close to nature experience.

Social commitment – The Smiling Gecko project

The Farmhouse is an educational hotel of the social project Smiling Gecko, which is committed to street children and young, poor people in Cambodia. In the long term, the organization’s aim is to build up a community that is economically independent and self-sufficient through the farms and the hotel.

The kitchen of the resort is run by Mariya Un Noun, who received her training through Smiling Gecko. In a refined way, the young chef combines traditional and western dishes to create a unique taste experience. Most of the food comes from the project’s own garden and the Smiling Gecko bakery and butcher’s shop.

Experience Cambodia

Guests, who do not only want to experience the beauty of nature and the privacy of the farmhouse, can experience Cambodia up close with experienced guides. A guided tour of the large Smiling Gecko grounds is included for every guest during their stay. The hotel also offers an excursion to a 500-year-old monastery. The Temple Mount offers a breathtaking view of the beautiful landscape. On another tour, visitors are taken to a textile factory near Phnom Penh. The living and working conditions of the poor population become tangible there.

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