Nestled within the Angkor Archeological Park, Srah Srang baray (pond), which used to be royal baths during the Khmer Empire, is a 800-meter long reservoir which offers beautiful reflections of the sun at sunset and sunrise.
Conveniently located on the banks of this baray, a short 10-minute walk through a small local village, Easia Travel offers a Khmer local house in a truly authentic and local setting offering you following two options:
Option 1: An excellent picnic lunch presenting a well deserved break during a day of rigorous temple explorations.
Option 2: A delightful sunset aperitif offering you with a great moment to relax after a long day of temple visits, taking in the reflections of the setting sun on the surface of the lake while recollecting the experiences of the day.
The wooden house, with furniture and decorations made from local materials and a nice garden surrounding the house, will be sure to add an original touch and a relaxing and welcome break to a day of rigorous temple exploration, far from the crowds.
A private lunch or sunset aperitif with the view on the royal basin, away from the crowds
Chance to discover and experience the local life of a Cambodian village
A peaceful moment in a charming local house
Located in the middle of Angkor archeological park, suitable for any tours in the temple