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Welcome To SHAC's Home Stay, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Located above the classrooms of the school we have recently opened our four bedroom Home Stay offering clean, comfortable rooms at affordable prices.


Our Rooms:





All proceeds of the Home Stay will be used towards helping the education of SHAC’s students as well as providing them with new school resources.



Why choose SHAC Home Stay?


Ideal for volunteers to SHAC, we offer 4 double rooms that are clean and comfortable. The option of fan or air conditioning is available and all rooms receive reliable Wifi.


We also offer free use of a communal kitchen, fully equipped for all your cooking needs and a table and chairs to enjoy your meals on.










Rates and Booking:

Double Room With Fan $10 (USD) Per Night
Double Room With Air Con $15 (USD) Per Night

All our rooms are subject to availability - For more information and bookings please contact : This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Reviews:

  • I really enjoyed my stay at SHAC home stay. The rooms were very clean and the wifi is very good. Aly the manager is always there to help you and make sure your stay is a great one by catering for all your needs. I found the kitchen really useful and a great way to meet fellow volunteers and guests. I will definitely be back! Thanks SHAC.” – Olivia Burnett, England
  • What a great place to stay. The rooms are comfortable and clean and the knowledge that the money for each night is going to help others is a true bonus. Having had a break down upon arrival of how our contribution for the room is distributed and used to help is lovely to hear. It is a nice way for volunteers to make a contribution financially as SHAC does not charge for volunteering, as well as being cheap and affordable for the backpacker budget, and a perfect location for any future volunteers. –Angus Griffiths, Scotland