Hire a Private Jet to Sihanoukville
LunaJets is a luxury private jet charter and helicopter transfer firm serving some of the world's wealthiest and prestigious customers. So, if you're considering traveling to Sihanoukville via private jet, the LunaJets team can help you.
What Can You Do In Sihanoukville?
When you rent a private jet to Sihanoukville, you'll be pleased to discover how many luxury activities and day trips the city has to offer.
From boat tours and adventure sightseeing trips to overnight excursions around the local area, you're sure to find something to suit your needs.
Sihanoukville City and Mangrove Boat Tour
The Mangrove Boat Tour trip takes you on a scenic trip through the Mangrove Forest and into Sihanoukville city via boat. Each tour lasts between eight and ten hours and includes a guided tour, bottled water, and a trip to Wat Leu Temple.
Koh Rong Adventure Tour
If you want to see the beautiful sights of the Sihanoukville area, but want to add a touch of adventure, the Koh Rong Adventure Tour is perfect for you.
The trip lasts two days and offers travelers the opportunity to swim, snorkel, fish and quad bike around the tranquil island of Koh Rong.
Sihanoukville Highlights Private Tour
If you're looking to embrace Sihanoukville's most famous sights, but prefer to do so in private, consider the Sihanoukville Highlights Private Tour.
The two-day trip includes trips to Sihanoukville's hidden sandy beaches, the old market, Wat Leu pagoda, Koh Thas island, and much more.
Where to Stay in Sihanoukville?
Sihanoukville is known for its blue seas, golden beaches, and some of Cambodia's finest hotels, making the city a hotspot for luxury travelers from across the world.
When you book a private jet with LunaJets, finding the perfect hotel is the next step to making your trip one to remember. And, with resorts including villas on private islands, casino hotels, and modern 5-star residences, there's something for everyone.
Song Saa Private Island Villas
This 5-star resort is the most luxurious option Sihanoukville has to offer. Located just off the city's coast on it's own private island, Song Saa is the perfect escape for those looking for complete tranquility.
With private pools, two restaurants, and a private dining option, this resort is nothing short of exquisite.
Queenco Hotel & Casino
Queenco Hotel & Casino is a five star hotel located on Sihanoukville's Victory Beach.
The opulent resort not only boasts sunset views and beautiful pools, it also has it's very own on-site casino.
Jin Bei Palace
Found in central Sihanoukville and near to a range of bars and restaurants, Jin Bei Palace is ideal if you're looking for a lively stay.
With it's own fitness center, outdoor pools, sky casino, and three fine-dining restaurants, this hotel offers nothing less than luxury.
Where to Eat in Sihanoukville?
Sihanoukville is an area known for its asian cuisine and fresh seafood. And, with such an excellent reputation for world-class dining, the area is brimming with luxurious restaurants and elegant eateries.
Situated in a quiet and peaceful location away from the hustle and bustle of Sihanoukville's city center, The Fishermen is the perfect place for sea views and seafood.
Found in the city's Jin Bei Palace Hotel, Dragon Palace is a Chinese restaurant offering Cantonese and Sichuan dishes prepared by award-winning chefs.
BAGO is a fine-dining restaurant located in Queenco Hotel & Casino. Offering international cuisines and fresh produce, this is the perfect dining experience for foodies.
What events to attend in Sihanoukville?
Sihanoukville has a rich and vast culture, meaning the city is home to many exciting annual events.
Bon Om Touk
Bon Om Touk, otherwise known as the water festival, takes place during November in Sihanoukville. The three-day event includes boat races, boat light displays, and festivities.
Asia Gaming Expo Cambodia
For those interested in casinos, the annual Asia Gaming Expo held at the Jin Bei Casino during April is the perfect event for you.
Royal Plowing Ceremony
The Royal Plowing Ceremony marks the beginning of Cambodia's rainy season through feasts, prayers, and chants. These prayers are performed by monks and aim to ask the earth spirits for a bountiful harvest.