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Safari Temple
Beach Safari Tent
Beach Safari Tent
Pilgrimage at Angkor Wat - Cambodia
Bas Reliefs at Bantey Srei Temple
Kong Kea Boat at Tonle Om Angkor Thom
Rabbit island in Kep
Cycling Tour at Chambok Homestay
Helicopter Scenic on Tonle Sap Lake
Waterfall at Prek Thnot Community
Devatas of Angkor Thom Gate
French Architecture ,Battambong Province
Bohisattva Face of Bayon Temple
Demon of Angkor Thom Gate
Floating Villages, Tonle Sap Lake
Angkor Wat was Hindu Temple 12th Century
Traditonal Performence of Cambodia
Royal Palace, Phnom Penh
Being Socially aware, we behave ethically and with sensitivity towards social, cultural, economic and environmental issues. The idea of responsible travel has evolved out of concern about the negative impacts of mass tourism. Responsible tourism aims to protect the environment and to respect people, their communities, and their cultures. The socio-economic benefits of responsible tourism should contribute to improve the quality of life in host communities instead of creating negative impacts  suchas illegality, exploitation and social-law breaking. Often the individual social responsibility includes the engagement of our team towards the local communities, which can be expressed as an interest in what is happening in the community, as well as in the active participation in the solving of local problems. We understand the village’s need for help and increased output to overcome the poverty. Each community lives its own life, undergoing a process of development all the time, and everyone of us can take part in that development in different ways, for example (below) by taking part in clean water well projects or providing for the villages in Cambodia by support of orphanages. Social responsibility can be expressed by making donations towards these good causes. We cooperate with our guests and with charity clubs in Australia, UK and other countries to help our Cambodian people many of whom are living in abject poverty and are in need of aid to elevate them from their problems. The charity activities below will inform you more clearly about our responsible social actions in helping Cambodian poor people.