Siem Reap & Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Treeline Urban Resort

Stylish retreat near Angkor Temples

Nature inspired sanctuary in Siem Reap

Nestled along Siem Reap’s Riverside in Cambodia, Treeline Urban Resort features 48 stunningly designed rooms. Perfectly positioned as a gateway to the famed temples of Angkor and collaborating with renowned Cambodian artists, Treeline is adorned with a captivating collection of contemporary art. Inspired by the intricate relationship between nature and civilisation, the resort pays homage to the sacred temples enveloped by lush jungle foliage. Each room is a testament to impeccable craftsmanship, marrying organic elements with minimalist aesthetics for an ambiance of laidback luxury.

Treeline houses four distinctive dining venues that champion creativity and authenticity. From the nutritious East-meets-West offerings at Seed to the elevated experience of Canopy Bar, guests are treated to a gastronomic journey that celebrates local flavours and global influences. For relaxation and rejuvenation, Suri Spa offers a blissful retreat blending Ayurvedic practices with Southeast Asian massage traditions. The rooftop infinity pool has breathtaking views of the Siem Reap river, providing a serene setting to enjoy a morning tea or coffee. 


48 luxurious rooms featuring organic design elements

Four dining areas with diverse menu options

Suri Spa offering Ayurvedic-inspired massages and treatments

Serene rooftop infinity pool with river views

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Places to combine Treeline Urban Resort with

Siem Reap & Angkor Wat

Phum Baitang
Meaning ‘green village’ in Khmer, Phum Baitang is set within eight acres of lush gardens and rice paddies away from the bustle of Siem Reap, yet still just minutes from the temples of Angkor. And indeed it does appear as a traditional Cambodian village on first sight, but you’ll soon notice intricate design touches and modern luxuries between the rusticity. There are 45 private stilted and thatched villas, each built in a traditional style with carefully considered contemporary touches, with extensive use of reclaimed wood, expansive terraces, handpicked furniture and wonderfully spacious bathrooms with egg-shaped baths carved from local stone. 20 of the villas have their own outdoor plunge pools. Two restaurants lie in the village, Hang Bay, which serves a fusion of cultural cuisine, and Bay Phsar, which has the feel of a local market and is the venue to try vibrant Cambodian flavours created using freshly picked ingredients including herbs from the organic garden and rice straight from the surrounding paddies. One of the bars sits alongside the scenic 50m infinity pool but our favourite is the cigar and cocktail lounge, housed within a reconstructed century-old farmhouse that has shelves bursting with vintage liqueurs, gin and whisky, surely one of the coolest bars in Southeast Asia. End a day of temple exploration at the spa, an ancient looking temple offering age-old healing techniques and beauty recipes using indigenous ingredients. Aside from temples, Phum Baitang offers a range of activities, including a kids’ club, private dining experiences and cooking classes, cultural excursions, trips to Tonle Sap and vintage jeep drives..
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Song Saa

Song Saa Private Island Resort
Song Saa is a beautiful eco-resort that sits across the islands of Koh Bong and Koh Ouen, which are affectionately known as the Sweetheart Islands. Accessible by a 45-minute speedboat journey from the mainland, Song Saa is the perfect place to completely unwind and explore southern Cambodia’s stunning coastline. The resort was built with sustainability in mind, and reclaimed timber and other materials from the mainland were used in its construction. Salvaged wood from old fishing boats and factory yards were turned into decking and beams, oil drums became lamps, and weathered driftwood was crafted into beautiful pieces of furniture. Set in a self-made marine reserve, Song Saa is also home to a team of marine biologists, implements recycling practices, and is involved in the funding and founding of sustainability projects in the area. The 24 luxury pool villas are scatted across the island, some nestled within the rainforest along the shoreline and others perched over the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Thailand. The open-plan design of the villas creates a real sense of space and light and the natural decor and design compliments the surrounding environment. For the ultimate exclusive escape, the two-bedroom Royal Villa is reached by private boat and has its own pool, kitchen and indoor dining space for up to 12 guests. Locally caught seafood and seasonal fruits and vegetables are used to create delicious Khmer cuisine at the overwater Vista Restaurant. Driftwood Bar on the beach is an ideal spot to grab a crisp beer or a mojito, along with a wood-fired pizza or some tapas as the sun goes down. Dotted around the resort are little sanctuaries where you can indulge in a spa treatment surrounded by nature. There’s also a large infinity pool, a fitness centre and yoga sessions for those that like to keep active while away. You’re surrounded by white sandy beaches and crystal clear water, so grab a snorkelling mask, a paddleboard or a kayak and explore. Alternatively, take to the rainforest trails and discover the native plants and wildlife.