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March 6, 2018 | Last Modified: 2020

Travel Experience

Created with sustainability in mind, Song Saa Private Island reflects the beauty of the Cambodian coastline. It’s a place that breathes in time with nature, built from local materials, by local hands, and infused with local art and soul. An evolved tropical getaway with a pristine private beach, spacious wooden villas, heavenly spa sanctuaries and a preserved coral reef, Song Saa Private Island lets you detach from the world and tune into simple luxuries.

Responsibility

Through integrated hospitality, design, property, solar energy and investment enterprises, as well as a standard-setting foundation, Hong Kong-based Song Saa Collective combines ethics-led business practices and needs-based activism to honour the past and build better futures throughout Southeast Asia and beyond. Song Saa’s first venture, the award-winning Song Saa Private Island, opened in 2012 and pioneered conservation-based luxury tourism in Cambodia’s Koh Rong Archipelago, working with surrounding villages, the Cambodian government, financial investors, donor partners and broader stakeholders to improve local livelihoods and preserve the region’s marine life and rainforests. The Song Saa Foundation champions community and environment through programmes that preserve the natural environment and improve the welfare of local communities. These programmes can be divided into water, people and land.

Business Case

The Song Saa Foundation strives to improve the lives of local communities through a broad range of initiatives, including medical missions, education programmes and organic farming support. We look to sustain social and economic development within the community through sericulture enterprises in Prek Svay and employment opportunities at our private island resort, while the Boat of Hope provides much-needed medical care provided through our outreach clinics and our annual International Medical Relief mission. The latter brings up to USD 1 million in medical supplies to the region along with 40 US based doctors every year.

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Created with sustainability in mind, Song Saa Private Island reflects the beauty of the Cambodian coastline. It’s a place that breathes in time with nature, built from local materials, by local hands, and infused with local art and soul. An evolved tropical getaway with a pristine private beach, spacious wooden villas, heavenly spa sanctuaries and a preserved coral reef, Song Saa Private Island lets you detach from the world and tune into simple luxuries.

Through integrated hospitality, design, property, solar energy and investment enterprises, as well as a standard-setting foundation, Hong Kong-based Song Saa Collective combines ethics-led business practices and needs-based activism to honour the past and build better futures throughout Southeast Asia and beyond. Song Saa’s first venture, the award-winning Song Saa Private Island, opened in 2012 and pioneered conservation-based luxury tourism in Cambodia’s Koh Rong Archipelago, working with surrounding villages, the Cambodian government, financial investors, donor partners and broader stakeholders to improve local livelihoods and preserve the region’s marine life and rainforests. The Song Saa Foundation champions community and environment through programmes that preserve the natural environment and improve the welfare of local communities. These programmes can be divided into water, people and land.

The Song Saa Foundation strives to improve the lives of local communities through a broad range of initiatives, including medical missions, education programmes and organic farming support. We look to sustain social and economic development within the community through sericulture enterprises in Prek Svay and employment opportunities at our private island resort, while the Boat of Hope provides much-needed medical care provided through our outreach clinics and our annual International Medical Relief mission. The latter brings up to USD 1 million in medical supplies to the region along with 40 US based doctors every year.

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