vKirirom Natureland is an ecotourism development initiative that began in Kirirom National Park, Cambodia. Natureland residents, including Kirirom Institute of Technology students, and Kirirom Online members are creating a place where innovation coexists with nature and IT technology. Until now, educational facilities, glamping resorts, outdoor live venues, and startup studios have been set up, and in the future we would like to make various projects in collaboration with medical institutions, 5 star hotels, and other companies.

vKirirom Pine Resort

Natureland landmark surrounded by pine forest (restaurants and cottages around pool)

Natureland’s first project was vKirirom Pine Resort. The concept of “glamping”, “vacation rentals”, and “Once in a lifetime experience ” was not familier in Cambodia at the time, but now vKirirom Pine Resort becomes an indispensable place for Cambodia, with 1.3 million likes on its official Facebook page and 26,000 guests a year (2019).

At an altitude of 600 meters, this highland resort is known as a summer resort like Karuizawa in Japan. Natureland’s concept is not to cut trees to protect the forest, surveying every area, building buildings where there are no trees, and preparing activities that make use of trees. Away from the hustle and bustle of Phnom Penh, it is a tourist destination where you can experience the beautiful nature and fresh air in a few hours by car. You can spend time with your family, or as a corporate retreat, many people enjoy lively times such as conferences, team building and dance parties.

There is a wide variety of accommodation facilities. Auto camps, Khmer cottages with traditional Cambodian architecture, luxury tents with integrated bath and toilet, bungalows where you can work, etc. For customers from abroad, we offer not only a shuttle bus from the airport, but also various tours and worcation programs such as a tour of Kirirom Institute of Technology.

Click here for the website of vKirirom Pine Resort

Below is a gallery of Kirirom Nature Land. Click the photo to enlarge it.