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Siem Reap welcomes Khmer villa property

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Java Wooden Villa’s bedroom reveals the old-meets-new architecture and design theme.
Java Wooden Villa’s bedroom reveals the old-meets-new architecture and design theme.

Java Wooden Villa comprises six luxury guest rooms and four family suites, with access to the Siem Reap airport, golf course, a five-minute remarque (tuk tuk) ride to popular Pub Street, old markets, and 15 minutes from the Angkor Archaeological Park

A 10-room Java Wooden Villa hotel will open next month in Siem Reap, marrying modern Manhattan-style design with traditional Khmer architecture.

The Java Wooden Villa Hotel is one of 10 properties to be managed by Cambodian domestic hotels and resorts management company, Asia Initiative Corporation Plus (AICPlus). 

The two-storey villa will feature ancient recycled timbers and handcrafted wooden filigree complemented by Manhattan-style modern design and luxury appointments.  

There is a large saltwater pool, private lounge spaces, rooftop dining and tropical gardens.

Java Wooden Villa comprises six luxury guest rooms and four family suites, with access to the Siem Reap airport, golf course, a five-minute remarque (tuk tuk) ride to popular Pub Street, old markets, and 15 minutes from the Angkor Archaeological Park.

AIC also recently announced the signing of a nine-year lease of The Sanctuary Villa Battambang hotel.

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