Peacefully located with the 'Ecole Francais Extreme Orient', the 'Enkosa Pagoda' & the 'Angkor Conservation Authority' as our neighbours, a very definitive sense of heritage and culture surrounds us while still on the way to the Angkor World Heritage sites and minutes from the hustle and bustle of Siem Reap city centre
The Siem Reap National Museum is about a 3-minute Remork (tuk-tuk) drive while the Ticketgate to Angkor and its magnificient temples is a mere 5 minutes away. Using your personal and complimentary tuk-tuk driver, Pub Street and Old Market is a leisurely 5-minutes journey
Airport: 15-20 minutes by tuk-tuk (complimentary Airport Pickup)
Made-in-Cambodia Market: 5 minutes
On the above map you can see the numerous #Refill Stations where hygienic and safe drinking water will be provided free of charge while using the #RefillNOTLandfill bottles provided to you at check-in. Additional bottles are for sale all over town at the suggested retail price of USD 10
Refill Not Landfill campaigning intends to turn Cambodia’s plastic mountains into molehills. Taking a lead on dealing with plastic waste in Cambodia, more than 40 members of Siem Reap’s hospitality and tourism industries and development sector have launched ReFill Not Landfill, a campaign aimed at revolutionising the way water is consumed by tourists in Cambodia and thus spurring a transformation of the Kingdoms’s landscape.
At the foot of Angkor Wat — one of the most famous and increasingly popular tourist sites in the world — this informal consortium has come together to replace one-use-only plastic water bottles with reusable aluminium bottles, refillable at designated venues across the city. The ultimate goal of ReFill Not Landfill is to substantially reduce the amount of plastic waste produced in the Kingdom, and even change its entire landscape.