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ABOUT US

Srok Yeoung or Phnom Krom Eco Resort * is a community-based recreational area located at the foot of Phnom Krom mountain near the Tonle Sap Lake, the largest lake in Southeast Asia and also home to the world’s most productive inland fishery. Situated on the northwest Cambodia floodplain, the 100-hectare rural property is own by the Empress Angkor Hotel, one of the leading hotels in Siem Reap, and is only 20 minutes from the town’s airport and the historic Angkor temples. Visitors are offered a unique chance to experience nature and traditional rural lifestyles with the charm, elegance and comfort of an international-standard hotel while helping to diversify local livelihoods and reduce poverty. The site has been developed by hotel management in partnership with local residents in Phum Krorsang Roleung village, a small rural settlement near the lake.

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boating

Srok Yeung Ecotourism Site encompasses four lakes that are both natural and artificial water bodies. The two largest lakes each cover an area of about eight hectares, offering ample opportunities...

fishing

Located on the floodplain next to the world’s most productive inland fishery , Srok Yeung Ecotourism Site is a paradise form anglers. With the expansion of the Tonle Sap Lake during the wet...

ox-cart rides

Oxen are still used for transport by many Cambodians in rural areas, especially in Kampong Chhnang, a province on the western shore of the Tonle Sap Lake which is home of the traditional ceramic...

cycling

The bicycle remains a common form of transport in Siem Reap, one of the poorest provinces in Cambodia. Unlike neighbouring Vietnam and Thailand, however, the health benefits of cycling have yet to be...