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Relax in the spa and make use of the many Cambodian healing therapies on offer

Why we like it

  • 40 villas, each with an outdoor pool
  • Features an on-site organic farm and sky observatory
  • Just a short boat ride away from mainland Cambodia
  • Environmentally friendly 
  • Modern amenities 

About Six Senses Krabey Island

Due to open its palm-fringed doors in late 2018, Six Senses Krabey Island is a brand new tropical retreat in Cambodia. 

This private island paradise, a short cruise from the mainland, offers the high standards you’d expect of a Six Senses property. 40 luxurious villas nestle amidst Krabey’s 12 hectares of leafy forest and curvaceous coastline. Each one boasts a pool, all modern comforts and a bright, inviting interior. Choose between accommodation on the ocean front, higher up in the hills or hidden in the lush canopy. There are options to suit couples on a romantic sojourn, or groups and families on a tropical escape. 

Beyond your suite, enjoy a menu of Cambodian wellness treatments at the Six Senses Spa. Or, for a different kind of menu, treat your taste buds to authentic Cambodian cuisine at the range of restaurants and bars here. There’s even an ice cream parlour to tempt you. 

Making the most of its oceanic vantage point, Six Senses Krabey Island features a sky observatory, where you can gaze at the pollution-free, star-lit firmament. You can continue watching stars at the outdoor cinema, or swap the view for coastal scenery with a wander around the oceanfront boardwalk. The more active can enjoy a range of water sports, while green-fingered guests can visit the organic farm.

Combine a stay at Six Senses Krabey Island with a tour of Cambodia’s colourful cities for the ideal city and beach break. 

To enquire about this new property ahead of its opening, call our Asia travel specialists today.