Shinta Mani Hotels has launched a range of adventure and CSR-themed incentives for corporate groups in Cambodia.
The hotel operator has two properties in the destination, one located
close to the Unesco World Heritage temples in Siem Reap and the other
nearby the tropical jungle in the South Cardamom National Forest.
Groups staying at the Shinta Mani Angkor, which
offers exclusive-use options, can spend a day at the temple complex of
Angkor Wat. A number of activities are available, including cycling and
quad bike tours, alongside a visit to the floating village on Tonle Sap
Lake, the largest permanent freshwater lake in Southeast Asia.
Groups can also opt for sunset cruises and a visit to the APOPO
visitor center, a global non-profit organisation that trains African
giant pouched rats to save lives by detecting landmines.
Back at the hotel, guests can learn to cook Khmer cuisine after
visiting local markets to get the freshest local ingredients. The Shinta
Mani Spa by Khmer Tonics offers a sanctuary of serenity with an
extensive menu of therapeutic treatments based on traditional and modern
healing rituals, using 100% natural locally-sourced Khmer Tonics
For board meetings, small conference and private diners, the
Blackboard Meeting room is ideal for 19-40 pax, depending on the
The all-inclusive Shinta Mani Wild is a jungle
retreat and conservation project, featuring 15 tents perched over 1.5 km
of river, waterfalls and jungle. Located in the jungles of the South
Cardamom National Park in Cambodia, the property can be booked for
exclusive use and can be reached in one and a half hours by road from
Phnom Penh or Sihanoukville airports.
Adrenaline junkies can enjoy a 400m zipline entry over the forest
canopy, a river and waterfalls, while other adventures include exploring
the untrammelled waterways of south east Asia’s last wild estuarine
ecosystem, aboard a custom designed expedition boat, swimming and
kayaking; trekking, mountain biking or joining armed Wildlife Alliance
rangers on anti-poaching patrols.
Guests staying at the two properties can also contribute to the
Shinta Mani Foundation, which supports the less fortunate in the local
community, through the education and development of young adults as well
as through health and micro-loan projects. A percentage of the daily
room rate is contributed to the Shinta Mani Foundation to support its
activities and guests can also visit the local Shinta Mani Village to
meet the families and see how their contributions are making a