Homestay – Run Ta Ek Ecovillage


Enjoy a peaceful night in a small Khmer style traditional home. Enjoy a delicious evening meal, relaxing night in a large and comfortable homestay. Wake up to observe the village goings on and get ready for the day with breakfast from the community restaurant.




When you arrive you will be welcomed by one of the community tourism representatives, who will show you around the village and take you to the homestay where you will be staying. Each homestay is very comfortable, and comes equipped with a mattress and pillow, mosquito net and fan. There are western style bathrooms attached. Once you have settled in, you will enjoy a traditional Khmer dinner in the village restaurant.

  • Homestay: Mattress, pillow, mosquito net – Bathroom complete with standing shower
    and toiletries.
  • Transport to and from the community
  • Extra food/beverages – meals, cold drinks or beer


Meet at the Run Ta Ek community restaurant and someone will show you to your homestay, its no more than a 2 minute walk.

Please specify your time of arrival in the ‘Additional Information’ on the checkout page when booking.

Each House sleeps up to 8 people and there are 5 Houses in the village.

Getting there

Getting from Phnom Penh to Run Ta Ek Eco-village (Eco Village homestay Cambodia-GYGC) in the Prasat Bakong neighborhood of Siem Reap, Cambodia.


Take the VIP Bus in Phnom Penh only 321km on national route number 6 and number 65 to Run Ta Ek Eco-village in the Prasat Bakong neighborhood of Siem Reap. Tell the bus drop you at Prasat Bakong, and then take Tuk Tuk or Moto Dup and tell them drive Run Ta Ek Eco-village ( Name khmer calling Phoum Toem meul cheith Run Ta Ek) before arrived you will we signe of logo Run Ta Ek Eco-village in front of mean chey pagoda, 2500m you to arrive Run Ta Ek Eco-village


Coming from Siem Reap will be approximately an hour’s drive, slightly longer if you take a tuk-tuk. Run ta Ek is off national road 66, and is well signposted. You can take a tuk tuk straight from Siem Reap, or catch a bus to prasat Bakong and pick up a tuk tuk there. Although it is a shorter, and therefore cheaper journey from Prasat Bakong, you are more likely to find an English speaking tuk tuk driver in Siem Reap. The Journey from Sime Reap should not cost more than $25.

There is no transport in the village, so it is advisable to take your tuk-tuk drivers number and agree a time you would like to be collected.

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