Taking a bath has never been so tempting as at the Shinta Mani Wild luxury camp in Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains. Photo: Shinta Mani

How luxury tourism could help preserve biggest rainforest in Southeast Asia and its rare wildlife

Travellers to Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains can enjoy nature at its best, while helping to save the rainforest and its wildlife from logging and poaching, thanks to the launch of innovative tourism projects to support conservation

Topic |   Conservation

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Taking a bath has never been so tempting as at the Shinta Mani Wild luxury camp in Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains. Photo: Shinta Mani
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Marissa Carruthers

Marissa Carruthers

Marissa is a British journalist of 15 years, who relocated to Cambodia almost six years ago. She writes about lifestyle, travel and culture across Southeast Asia and has been contributing to the Post for the last five years.