Cambodia at a glance. Siem Reap above the Tonle Sap Lake, home to Angkor Wat and Hidden Cambodia.
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A very quiet year with our valued local guests since April 2021.Missing all our overseas clients but wishing you all a very happy Khmer New Year. In Khmer it is called Choul Chnam Thmey, is the traditional celebration of the solar New Year in Cambodia. The actual date changes each year depending ...Read More
Feb 2020. The Mick Pap group, a mix of local residents, friends and family from Australia and New Zealand toured for five days with one night at Koh Ker Jungle Lodge Homestay. All in all, 16 guests stayed overnight at the homestay & about 5 support staff stayed under the house in hammocks and...Read More
biggest dirt bike group in Koh Ker Jungle Lodge of 2020. 16 riders in Feb with about 6 additional support staff. Wonderful effort by the local villager team who worked from a paper bed plan and prepped the lodge for arrival. #kohkerjungle #kohkerhomestay #preahvihear #adventure #preahvihear #hi...Read More
We were thrilled to hosts Chris Inverson who heads the Elephant Valley Project in Mondoloikiri. This project is an exceptional forest sanctuary for retired working elephants and offers pre-booked conservation experiences. He and his friends and our very first guest dog stayed for 2 nights i...Read More
Thrilled to show this video of Koh Ker Jungle Lodge Homestay , Koh Ker Village & the temple complex, produced by a couple who stayed with us in July 2020. Called The #RoamingRebels ditched their life at 50 to travel by motorbike in remote locations in #Asia. Hidden Cambodia #Rural #Developme...Read More
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Thrilled to see more young local groups booking Koh Ker Jungle Lodge. This group of 17 young adventures travelled from Phnom Penh by 25 seater bus, trekked & camped on Beng mountain the night before & travelled to stay with us on the 1st Jan 2021. They loved their stay and they said it made them ...Read More
- Louis FWe arrived here after we arranged permission through Sheila at a company called hiddencambodia. We were able to stay at the homestay and spent one night here so we could explore the temple city. The house is a true Khmer wooden house and sleeping in it is a great experience and is very comfortable. The lady that was there to look after us made the most mouthwatering food and even made a fire to heat water for us so we could have a great bath later on. You will thoroughly enjoy this homestay. Taking a walk around the village you will be met by very friendly people and will see the wells donated by good samaritans - also through the help of hiddencambodia. Do yourself a favour and come here with your own motorcycle (or with a motorcycle tour group) so you can explore the temple complex at your own pace. You cannot truly experience this temple complex without sleeping here - it is surreal. 5 stars definitely.
- Hidden CSmall video made by an family group of adventure guests staying in Koh Ker Village at Koh Ker Jungle Lodge Homestay for 2 nights in December 2019. They travelled by minibus with a guide and cook. With a drone, they did some arial shots of the village and the lodge that lies directly behind the main temple.
- SHEILA CAn escape from Siem Reap to a beautiful traditional house is a small rural village beside a complex of tenth century temples.