Song Saa is working proof that this stretch of coast is destined for the major league of international resorts. This is a uber-luxe property on two stunning private islands – opulent in every respect. It even has over-water villas, a la Bora Bora.
Song Saa took five years to conceive, secure permissions, build to the highest possible spec and then time was allowed to rejuvenate the flora, fauna and coral to bring everything back to its natural beauty.The resort runs strongly on its eco-responsible travel credentials, following a tag-line that reads “”luxury that treads lightly””.
Another guiding concept is ‘always included’ – an approach which ensures you can leave your wallet behind when you stay in one of their 27 villas. Included are activities, drinks and all meals.
The villas do not take any short-cuts when it comes to the delivering against the final principal – ‘ultimate-luxury’. They are designed to reflect the simple beauty of the islands and guests enjoy uninterrupted sunrise or sunset views from either the ‘Over-Water’, ‘Ocean-View’ or ‘Jungle’ Villas – which come complete with private pools and high-end luxuries. Indeed, too many to itemise here. All villas feature private verandahs – the perfect spot to enjoy a drink and watch the sunset or perhaps have a private dinner cooked for you by the resort chef.
The two small adjacent islands – Koh Ouen and Koh Bong – are a 30-minute speedboat boat ride from the coastal resort town of Sihanoukville.