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June 6, 2019 | Last Modified: 2019

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Treeline Urban Resort is a privately-owned, 48-room design hotel on Siem Reap’s Riverside in Cambodia. Treeline Urban Resort offers a one-of-a-kind home for guests travelling to gateway city for the temples of Angkor. Masterfully crafted with leading Cambodian artists, their curated experience includes dedicated spaces for a growing private collection of contemporary art.

Responsibility

They source the products and produce from sustainable, ethical local suppliers and are constantly finding ways to further this agenda as well as not into waste, so they do not offer single-use plastics in the hotel, including containers, straws, water bottles and packaging. Also, take advantage of the constant sun to power the solar heating systems, which are the primary contributor to hot water.

Business Case

They are a partner in the Clean Up Siem Reap campaign, where they regularly participate in clean-up days, collecting rubbish and trying to educate the community in how they can improve and protect the environment. Also, committed to fostering a healthy, creative art scene in Cambodia and have plans to start an Arts Foundation to support young, up and coming artists in the future.

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Treeline Urban Resort is a privately-owned, 48-room design hotel on Siem Reap’s Riverside in Cambodia. Treeline Urban Resort offers a one-of-a-kind home for guests travelling to gateway city for the temples of Angkor. Masterfully crafted with leading Cambodian artists, their curated experience includes dedicated spaces for a growing private collection of contemporary art.

They source the products and produce from sustainable, ethical local suppliers and are constantly finding ways to further this agenda as well as not into waste, so they do not offer single-use plastics in the hotel, including containers, straws, water bottles and packaging. Also, take advantage of the constant sun to power the solar heating systems, which are the primary contributor to hot water.

They are a partner in the Clean Up Siem Reap campaign, where they regularly participate in clean-up days, collecting rubbish and trying to educate the community in how they can improve and protect the environment. Also, committed to fostering a healthy, creative art scene in Cambodia and have plans to start an Arts Foundation to support young, up and coming artists in the future.

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