There are communities in Siem Reap that are struggling, and we want to lend a helping hand.
Though the tourism industry is in good shape and the poverty rate has fallen in the past ten years, there are still many vulnerable communities that fall through the cracks.
After years of dictatorship in the 1970s where a quarter of the population was wiped out under the Khmer Rouge it’s no surprise the successive generations of Cambodia are feeling the ripple effect of this tragedy decades later.
So, you have no idea how much it can help a community to plant a simple tree with locals and we want to continue planting in villages, schools, orphanages, homes for the elderly and hospitals.
These trees will not only offset carbon but also prove bountiful for local communities, providing a sustainable food source for years to come.
A Nursing center in Saigon where we do our little garden there
Planting a tree on the island of Ha Long Bay
Since we opened our doors a little over a year ago, we made sure that implementing sustainable practices, responsible travel and respecting local culture were strong foundations underpinning Sens Asia. We believe every business has a responsibility to give back in some way, whether that is to the environment, or on a social level.