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October 21, 2020 | Last Modified: 2021

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Immerse yourself in the culture of Cambodia with a stay at our beautiful home, located midway between iconic Angkor Wat and popular Pub St. Paying homage to the artistry of the ancient Khmer empire, Montra Nivesha is the perfect retreat after exploring the temples, a hidden corner of heaven on earth.

Responsibility

Montra Nivesha is committed to supporting sustainable tourism in a number of important ways including striving to be a plastic-free property by installing a purified drinking water system, providing refillable bottles to guests and using bamboo straws; sourcing organic rice, vegetables and fruits directly from village farms; and installing a solar-powered electricity system.

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Montra Nivesha also sources its organic, chemical-free rice directly from local villages in Siem Reap Province, ensuring guests have the best quality rice on their plate and that local farmers benefit directly from the sale without having to sell in bulk to unscrupulous wholesalers. This supports the long tradition of rice-growing in the Angkor area and we are also proud to support Yosothor, a homegrown Cambodian organisation dedicated to the preservation of Khmer culture and identity, established by renowned Cambodian scholar Professor Ang Choulean. Montra Nivesha has been a major supporter of Yosothor since its inception, funding the publication of its journals in the Khmer language.

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Immerse yourself in the culture of Cambodia with a stay at our beautiful home, located midway between iconic Angkor Wat and popular Pub St. Paying homage to the artistry of the ancient Khmer empire, Montra Nivesha is the perfect retreat after exploring the temples, a hidden corner of heaven on earth.

Montra Nivesha is committed to supporting sustainable tourism in a number of important ways including striving to be a plastic-free property by installing a purified drinking water system, providing refillable bottles to guests and using bamboo straws; sourcing organic rice, vegetables and fruits directly from village farms; and installing a solar-powered electricity system.

Montra Nivesha also sources its organic, chemical-free rice directly from local villages in Siem Reap Province, ensuring guests have the best quality rice on their plate and that local farmers benefit directly from the sale without having to sell in bulk to unscrupulous wholesalers. This supports the long tradition of rice-growing in the Angkor area and we are also proud to support Yosothor, a homegrown Cambodian organisation dedicated to the preservation of Khmer culture and identity, established by renowned Cambodian scholar Professor Ang Choulean. Montra Nivesha has been a major supporter of Yosothor since its inception, funding the publication of its journals in the Khmer language.

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