Welcome to Villa Asaliah
Siem Reap - Cambodia
Wake up in a million-dollar villa for your next visit to Siem Reap, Cambodia!
Villa Asaliah is a contemporary luxury villa designed by renowned French architect SCA and available for exclusive rental.
Relax in our large saltwater infinity pool or in the adjacent open-air living room after a day at the Angkor Wat. Retreat to the comfort of one of the villa’s luxury bedrooms after exploring Siem Reap’s many activities and cultural attractions. Have a massage in our dedicated spa area set in our lush tropical garden or work out in our private gym. Centrally located in a quiet residential area, only 2 km from Pub Street, Siem Reap’s main restaurant and entertainment area
Tastefully decorated, elegant rooms feature modern interiors, smart TVs, ensuite private bathrooms with shower, hairdryer, complimentary bathroom amenities, and pool view. The premises feature a large dining room with an open kitchen, lounges, sun terraces, a gym, a massage room, a home theater room, and a wine cellar.
Our General Manager and 6 full-time staff are here to make your stay as easy as possible. From cooking food, arranging tours/transportation, or making dinner reservations, we will ensure that every day is your dream day at Asaliah.
Located just 20 minutes from the entrances of Angkor Wat, Villa Asaliah serves as a prime starting point for your exploration of the temples.
Angkor Wat is the largest religious monument in the world, on a site measuring 162.6 hectares/402 acres. Originally constructed in the early 12th century as a Hindu temple, it was gradually transformed into a Buddhist temple towards the end of the 12th century
The Asaliah Experience
Villa Asaliah is here to ensure you have your dream Cambodia vacation. We offer a range of guest interaction levels; from full privacy to fully catered.
Everything we do is infused with the local community and culture. Enjoy local homemade cuisine while you watch traditional Khmer dancers.
We also arrange hassle-free tours to the nearby temples at Angor Wat, or any of the many nature and culture sites in the area.