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March 18, 2018 | Last Modified: 2018

Travel Experience

Take a break from temple touring and enjoy creative local cuisine, delicious cocktails and fruit shakes, made using only the freshest ingredients. All our dishes are designed to be shared so grab a friend and savour a little bit of everything!

Responsibility

Named after the local ingredient, Moringa, also known as the ‘Tree of Life’, guests help build a future for the students in training while enjoying a memorable dining experience! Mith Samlanh runs a full child protection and social reintegration program that includes outreach on the streets and in marginalized communities, drop-in centers for street children, Transitional Homes for children separated from family, non-formal education and vocational training.

Business Case

All the profits are reinvested into the education of students in training and Kaliyan Mith social programs. Supported by TREE Alliance. Marum is run by Kaliyan Mith, an NGO that has been working with street children and other marginalized young people since 2005 in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

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Take a break from temple touring and enjoy creative local cuisine, delicious cocktails and fruit shakes, made using only the freshest ingredients. All our dishes are designed to be shared so grab a friend and savour a little bit of everything!

Named after the local ingredient, Moringa, also known as the ‘Tree of Life’, guests help build a future for the students in training while enjoying a memorable dining experience! Mith Samlanh runs a full child protection and social reintegration program that includes outreach on the streets and in marginalized communities, drop-in centers for street children, Transitional Homes for children separated from family, non-formal education and vocational training.

All the profits are reinvested into the education of students in training and Kaliyan Mith social programs. Supported by TREE Alliance. Marum is run by Kaliyan Mith, an NGO that has been working with street children and other marginalized young people since 2005 in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

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