Scope of Work
Horwath HTL was engaged to conduct masterplanning and hotel concept development for a large forest site surrounded by national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in Mondulkiri, the eastern border province of Cambodia. The developer plans to collaborate with the local government in developing and promoting eco-friendly tourism among one of the protected rich biodiversity areas.
Description of the Outdoor Project
To capitalize the pristine natural landscape and the rising trend of outdoor tourism, our recommendations are geared towards outdoor activities as well as sustainable and community-based tourism, based on relevant success stories in the region such as wildlife lodges, tented camps, rainforest resorts and farm stays. The 70-hectare site will be developed in stages with the first phase featuring a 40-key upscale resort positioned as a leader in this upcoming destination. Resort facilities and activities are incorporated with natural surroundings and local cultural education.
The project is envisaged to be another pioneer in the upcountry part of Cambodia, following the debuts of the renowned Shinta Mani Wild and Zannier Phum Baitong, both of which embrace environmental and cultural conservation efforts.
Under development planning