Siem Reap, Cambodia
Phum Baitang, which means 'Green Village' in Khmer is one of Siem Reap's most luxurious and elegant hideaways, with just 45 spacious stilted villas that are wrapped in luminous greenery and finished with high quality interiors.
At a Glance
Paired back luxury just 15-minutes from Angkor Wat and Siem Reap
Beautiful villas that are spacious and luxurious, with private pools or terraces
A range of dining options from traditional Khmer curries to fine dining western cuisine
Glorious sunsets over terraces of paddy fields and luminous gardens
Very family friendly with a fantastic kids' club
A great option for couples, with a peaceful and romantic setting
All villas have the exact same layout inside so if you can stretch the budget go for a room with a private pool for a little extra space and luxury.Scott Dunn team
Try the salt baked sea bass at Hang Bay – some of the best fish I’ve ever tasted.Jack Mace
Learn Cambodian farming skills by helping to harvest the hotel's rice crop from their own paddiesScott Dunn team
Like most Zannier hotels, Phum Baitang oozes elegant and design led style with a real focus on food and service. The property, which only opened in the summer of 2015, sits within acres of verdant gardens and paddy fields and is deeply inspired by Cambodian architecture. Located just 10 minutes from the from the majesty of Angkor Wat, it's not only beautiful but also incredibly well located.
There are 45 private stilted villas in total; inspired by traditional Khmer houses these are beautifully decorated with earthy tones, dark wooden floors, and light flowing linens. They feel calming and slightly homespun but at the same time are incredibly indulgent. This is most definitely pared back luxury at its best.
Aside from the beautiful rooms, the property also boasts some fantastic dining options. Choose from traditional Cambodian flavors in Bay Phsar, with food and design influenced by traditional Cambodian markets or Hang Bay, that showcases fantastic fusion and world cuisine. Here you'll find fresh seafood and high quality steaks. Afterwards, the cigar and cocktail lounge beckons you in for an after dinner tipple with views out over the fields.
To allow you some time off, Phum Baitang boasts a temple inspired spa, a yoga pavilion, fitness room, infinity pool, sauna and steam room as well as an impressive kids' club. All designed so that you can fully indulge in some down time.
Despite being incredibly spoiling, Phum Baitang pays homage to Cambodia's heritage and history, which we love. It's ideal for couples and families that want a peaceful and luxurious retreat just a short journey from the magnificent temples of Angkor.
There are 45 private and exclusive villas, choose between Terrace Villas or Pool Villas. The 25 terrace villas enjoy a relaxing terrace to soak up the tropical sun. The 20 pool villas boast a plunge pool as well as terrace and garden. Each villa is kitted out with high tech necessities and separate bathroom and toilet. They are all beautifully decorated with sumptuous bathrooms, chic furniture and large comfortable beds.
There is a Kids' Club available where exploring, adventure and learning is all just around the corner. Both educational about Cambodia's rich culture and also highly entertaining and energetic, this kids' club will be something truly original that will remain in your child's memory when they think of this amazing place.
You can indulge your inner god or goddess in Phum Baitang's impressive and soothing spa. There are numerous dining options, with one housed in a 100 year old Cambodian farmhouse, along with a cigar and cocktail bar. There's also a kids' club and a boutique.
The hotel is fully staffed with efficient concierge, a chauffeur service as well as a guest assistant to plan and advise guests on their stay.
Location & Directions
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Located just 15 minutes from Siem Reap in Cambodia.
When to go
Cambodia is hot all year round and the best time to visit is during the dry season, which runs from November to April. It starts to get wetter in May and the wettest months are September and October. It is still possible to visit during this time as rain usually falls as short sharp storms. November is a fantastic month to visit Cambodia as it is very green after the rainy season and the lakes and rivers are full of water.