Nestled in amongst the houses of the commune and surrounded by tropical greenery, Bou Savy Guesthouse has proveded affordable accommodation and great service since it its doors in October 2004. Owned and managed by Mr Vuth and his extended family, it is a good place to get a feel for the real Cambodian village life with traditional Khmer hospitality. Rooms are tastefully decorated with traditional Khmer designs and well appointed with amenities for comfort and convenience.
Surrounded by tropical plants and trees, Bou Savy's restaurant and lounge serves both Western and Asian dishes. cold drinks and refreshing fresh fruitshakes. The specialty is, however, introducing guests to traditional Khmer food and, if you ask, you might also be invited to come along to do some shopping at the local markets.
Free Wireless Internet is available and there is also a computer room with handful computers for in-house guests.
Are you travelling Cambodia by bicycle?
As appreciation to those who choose to travel the region by bicycle, a 20% discount on food and beverages is offered to anyone that arrive by bicycle.
Many tourists are impressed by what Cambodia has to offer in addition to the magnificent Angkor temples and would like to leave a little something behind. When you are finished with the temples, Mr. Vuth and his dedicated team at Bou Savy Guesthouse is happier to introduce you to several charitable organizations, which can give you guided tours, and more info about what they are doing in Siem Reap and the surrounding areas.