Two pristine islands in the Koh Rong Archipelago of Cambodia are fringed by 27 luxury villas, whose romantic Khmer name can be translated as ‘The Sweethearts’.
Song Saa Private Island offers a range of wedding ceremony options, ranging from an intimate blessing ceremony nestled on a leafy jungle platform to a more formal affair with a private ceremony in the spectacular overwater restaurant and bar. This can be paired with a traditional wedding ceremony, a Buddhist blessing ceremony, or a charming combination of both.
Song Saa is able to accommodate a range of party sizes, from intimate ceremonies to a full island buyout for up to 70 guests. Whether you celebrate with a beautifully informal champagne beach picnic or a formal sit-down dinner under the stars, a show stopping personally designed cake and the use of the best local and international ingredients will guarantee an exquisite meal. Table settings, bouquets and large floral arrangements can be prepared according to any requirement, with access to renowned local and international photographers and assistance with hair and makeup also being available.
As the day draws to a close, light up the sky with a spectacular fireworks display or dance the night away with a DJ on the beach. Further entertainment can include a live band by night, circus performers by day, opera singers by candlelight or even a string quartet to walk down the aisle. For those in search of some pre-wedding pampering, Khmer Wedding Rituals, Couples Yoga or Blessing Night Spa Ritual are available, whilst the stunning overwater Royal Villa provides the newlyweds with a the most remote and intimate spot on the island, boasting a fully equipped kitchen, a bar with a mojito making station, king size bed, oversized sunken bath tub, a private pool, and your very own private jetty, to name but a few!
Song Saa also provides guests with the opportunity to get involved with the Song Saa Foundation, a pioneering leader in developing sustainable solutions to local problems in Cambodia which manages a range of environmental and community initiatives in the Koh Rong Archipelago. Whether it be interacting with the local community, working in Cambodia’s first marine reserve or taking part in an outreach missions on the foundation’s Boat of Hope, this philanthropic option will make this special time all the more rewarding.