The Bong Thom Homestay is the Khmer Habitat consists of a plot of land. In The plot of land three traditional Khmer houses severing accommodations as Khmer family and exhibition space for models and photographs of traditional Khmer dwellings. The house is designed and built with traditional materials conditions but contains a number of innovative features to improve the living conditions inhabitants.

The land around the house will be organized as a traditional Khmer vegetable garden, but instead of growing the usual local vegetables it will produce Western vegetables. These items can be supplied to our homestay. Fruit trees and flower will also be planted and support by a small agricultural station for compost making. Behind the house will be two ponds for raising fish.

In addition, starting from this area, the local communities will organize new tourist itineraries to visit local villages, with all benefits accruing directly to the communities.

The Bong Thom Homestay is initiative by the Cambodia owned. In response to growing demand from European and other tour operators, our teamwork are developing homestay and a real Khmer foods at Phum Sanday, Khum Khna Sanday, Banteay Srey District. The first phase of the project opened to international guests in 2011. Our homestay will organize such as accommodations, camping in nature, Cycling, Cambodia traditional wedding, Tradition dance, cooking class, Ox-cart ride, Farming, Catering, Lunch, Breakfast Sunrise, Cocktail Sunset, Team building and Student programmed.

As a community-based project with neighboring in Phum Sanday, The Bong Thom Homestay aims to help diversify livelihoods and reduce poverty in the countryside. The Bong Thom Homestay employs 20 local villagers on a full-time basis and can mobilize dozer more when large groups arrive.

To cooperate with the local communities to utilize their own resources. To provide opportunities for our visitors to experience the culture, the nature and the true Khmer Life style.


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Our Clients say:

  •   We did not say overnight and Bong Thom. Instead, we had the inestimable pleasure to eat and be entertained here. The food was unsurpassed during our several days in Siem Reap. The musical entertainment was a treat. Best of all, however, was the knowledge that our patronage would help its owner continue to provide free afternoon education for about 60 of the village's children. In the corrupt country that is Cambodia, education is neither compulsory nor tax-funded. If families cannot afford to educate their children -- and very many cannot -- then the children receive no education. It is heartbreaking. It was our very great pleasure to have dined at Bong Thom, and an even greater pleasure to have made a contribution to the continuing education of this village's children. Stayed November 2015, traveled as a couple  

    Robbie B
  •   My wife and I are the big fans of foods and we have explored almost every restaurants town but The Bong Thom Home Stay foods are very delicous. Chai is the chef which is very creative and always combined the food between Cambodian traditional to modern decoration. Chai and his staff are very welcome and helpful, they would do anything to satisfies you while you are there for lunch or either staying at Bong Thom Home Stay. We have spent our week-end and we found this place is perfect for people who escape from the crowded cities. Relax and peaceful and you will receive many fresh air in the middle of remote area. the location is middle of the temple area and you are able to visit any temple during you are there at the Bong Thom Home Stay. Definitely recommended this place and will also return back soon. Thank you!!! Stayed October 2014, traveled as a couple  

  •   we had a fantastic experience from a smooth check in. Rooms are cleaned daily with nice clean sheets. concierge was very knowledgeable and recommended great dining places. value for money if you are on a budget. Stayed September 2014, traveled as a couple  

  •   Situated 20min by car from Siem Reap you can find this incredible homestay where you can hide away from the cities madness and just chill out or explore the Angkor temples at your own pace. The homestay has several bedrooms wich offers basically all you may need to make your stay comfortable. 24hrs electricity is provided but no WiFi anyhow, if you stay in a place like this you really are not looking to be conected are you? Homestay also offers food (very nice, tasty & organic as they grow it onsite) and transportation to temples or city. As said previously ... would stay here if you are looking for peace & quiet. 100% recomended Stayed August 2014, traveled with friends