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Six Senses Krabey Island opens in Cambodia

Six Senses Krabey Island opens in Cambodia

Six Senses Krabey Island has flung open the doors of its 40 private pool villas to welcome its first guests.

Originally planned for a December opening, the landscaped 30-acre private island is located three miles off Ream National Park in the Gulf of Thailand in southern Cambodia.

From Sihanouk International Airport, it is a ten-minute drive to the resort’s mainland reception for the short 15-minute crossing to Krabey Island.

Remote enough, yet not cut off from a country offering abundant culture and history.

With an at-one-with-nature environment such as this, huge care has been taken not to spoil it.


The villas are sumptuous, sustainable and thoughtfully-designed, with green living roofs and maximum use of natural daylight.

Each has a sundeck for lounging and alfresco dining with infinity-edged plunge pools and rain showers.

Sustainability initiatives include the resort’s own water bottling plant with reusable glass bottles, Earth Lab, and the support of school programs in nearby villages as well as the introduction of sustainable practices within local communities.