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January 8, 2020 | Last Modified: 2020

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Shinta Mani Wild is a radical new fusion of world-class design, hospitality and conservation. The camp was born when world-renowned designer Bill Bensley identified an unprotected, 350-hectare wildlife corridor – and set out to save it from poaching, mining and logging.

Responsibility

The strategic partnership between Shinta Mani Foundation and Wild Life Alliance is helping conservation of Cambodia’s national parks (Bokor, Tmor Rung, and Kirirom) from illegal logging and poaching. These three national lands are important parks, which together make up one of the greatest wilderness areas of South East Asia. Shinta Mani Wild also does not have any single-use plastics, including much of our back of house supply chain which is even more difficult to do. We bottle our own water and use recycled containers.

Business Case

The Shinta Mani Foundation spearheads our conservation and community outreach programmes, providing local employment via our hospitality school in Siem Reap. Graduates from Phnom Penh’s Royal University, have joined Shinta Mani Wild as the camp’s onsite expert naturalists. In future, the camp hopes to run a student program to foster learning and raise awareness of Shinta Mani Wild’s protected habitats.

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Shinta Mani Wild is a radical new fusion of world-class design, hospitality and conservation. The camp was born when world-renowned designer Bill Bensley identified an unprotected, 350-hectare wildlife corridor – and set out to save it from poaching, mining and logging.

The strategic partnership between Shinta Mani Foundation and Wild Life Alliance is helping conservation of Cambodia’s national parks (Bokor, Tmor Rung, and Kirirom) from illegal logging and poaching. These three national lands are important parks, which together make up one of the greatest wilderness areas of South East Asia. Shinta Mani Wild also does not have any single-use plastics, including much of our back of house supply chain which is even more difficult to do. We bottle our own water and use recycled containers.

The Shinta Mani Foundation spearheads our conservation and community outreach programmes, providing local employment via our hospitality school in Siem Reap. Graduates from Phnom Penh’s Royal University, have joined Shinta Mani Wild as the camp’s onsite expert naturalists. In future, the camp hopes to run a student program to foster learning and raise awareness of Shinta Mani Wild’s protected habitats.

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