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Viroth's Villa

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Viroth’s Villa is situated on the east side of the river in Siem Reap, in the Wat Bo area. It is 12km from the airport and 9km to Angkor Wat.

By Air:
Fly to Siem Reap International Airport (12km). This airport has a limited number of flights arriving from nearby countries. If you're flying in from abroad and can't fly straight to Siem Reap, aim for Phnom Penh Airport (235km, also in Cambodia) then take a connecting flight. Click on the links below for a list of airlines serving these airports.

From the Airport
As a rule of thumb in Indochina you should book a transfer and arrange for your hotel to pick you up from the airport.

By Boat:
It's possible to take a ferryboat or speedboat from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap via Tonle Sap lake (4-6 hours), but choose your vessel with care. The crossing can be extremely rough, the boats overcrowded, and the lifebelts non-existent. Some of slower cruises (2-3 days) are much more civilised.

Detailed directions will be sent to you when you book through

More on getting to Cambodia and getting around


  • Siem Reap International 12.0km REP
  • Phnom Penh international 235.0km PNH


  • beach: 540.0 km
  • shop: 0.1 km
  • restaurant: 0.1 km
Save to favouritesPrintMailViroth\'s VillaLike a yin-yang symbol, Siem Reap is a swirling study in contradictions. Crowded yet calm, it has survived a horrific stretch of history but its people are proud of their culture and extraordinary artistic heritage; it is a shockingly poor place yet the residents are industrious, friendly and generous - especially with their smiles. In such a city, Viroth’s fits nicely. Compared to the often dusty, hot streets outside its walls, it is a sparkling-clean oasis of peace, contemporary décor and simple comforts. Tucked on a side street that runs parallel to the Siem Reap River, the space has a quiet and secret feel as the road sees very little traffic. Inside is a very welcome sight: a small but pretty saltwater pool nestled in a corner of the outdoor tropical lobby. A slick lounging couch and collection of vintage Buddha statues next to the mirror-tiled reception desk completes the welcoming atmosphere. The rooftop hosts a plant-filled lounge where bright yellow chairs contrast with dark wooden tables, and an inviting selection of seating options invite lingering after [eating:CA013:breakfast].

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