The Sabai Team welcomes you to Siem Reap, Cambodia
We are a team of Cambodians and a Canadian. We believe this makes a strong group dynamic as we integrate Western insight with local knowledge. This creates a unique balance of expertise.
While on tour, our friendly guides share their knowledge of the culture, history and countryside, so that you can gain a better understanding of the real Cambodian way of life. We take you to places most tourists never see and strongly believe this is the best way for you to get a proper insight of the country and its people.
Cambodia is our home and we are very proud to share it with all our guests.
Why choose Sabai Adventures for your next tour?
We are a dedicated and experienced team that work hard to provide authentic tours and honest service. Since the beginning of Sabai Adventures, we have been fortunate to take people from all around the world on tour with us. Through our devotion and commitment, we have built a reputation of trust and honesty. We strive to make all our tours a unique and memorable experience for everyone who comes out with us.
Scott – Founder / Operations Coordinator
A passionate traveler, Scott originates from Canada. After completing a degree in Economics and Politics, Scott lived in Australia before traveling to Cambodia. Shortly after he returned home to Canada, he joined a team working on a film for a Canadian television broadcaster (CBC), that took him back to Cambodia. During this time, Scott’s passion for the country and it’s people flourished.
Upon returning to Cambodia on a more permanent basis, Scott spent much of his spare time exploring the countryside. He loved the local atmosphere and traditional way of life that is so often lost in modern times. During these expeditions, he wanted to share this experience with others. He decided the best way to do this was to operate moto and jeep tours. This was the beginning of Sabai Adventures Cambodia.
Sochie – Tour guide
Born in Siem Reap Province, Sochie is an easy going, friendly tour guide. He is a hardworking, reliable person with excellent knowledge about Buddhism, Cambodian history and culture.
Sochie spent most of his early life as a monk in a local pagoda. Shortly after finishing his monk service, he began working with Sabai Adventures as a guide.
Sochie’s great attitude, high safety standards and likeable personality make him a valuable asset to the company. If he is not on tour, Sochie is busy working on his IT degree at the University of South East Asia.
Learn more about Sochie and his fascinating story: Cambodian Adventure Guide and Former Monk – An Interview with Sochie
Narin – Tour guide
Narin is from a town called Damdek, which is about 40 km south of Siem Reap. He was also a monk for many years before finishing his service. Since joining Sabai Adventures he has been a valuable addition to the team.
Narin is very friendly and almost always smiling ear to ear. His love for Cambodia and knowledge of rural culture make him and excellent source to learn more about the country and the people. Narin is a university student in the evening working on his degree in Human Resources. He has achieved a scholarship for his post-secondary education for his aptitude and high grades.
Boung – Tour guide
Born just outside of Phnom Pehn, Boung endured a challenging childhood. Orphaned at a young age, he was raised by his brother and managed to get himself through school. After graduating and moving to Siem Reap he learned English and Japanese and began working in the hotel sector. Since becoming a guide, he finds the work much more rewarding as he can share in his country and culture with visitors from around the world.
Boung is a part time guide with Sabai Adventures. His other job is teaching at a local school for underprivileged countryside students. Always friendly, humble and caring, Boung is genuinely passionate to share Cambodia when he’s out on tour.
This initiative is created to improve the life in Cambodian communities. Sabai Foundation is a non-profit program with the aim to support areas in education, living standards and employment skills for locals.
Profits from the Sabai Culture Tours are used to purchase supplies for school facilities and support local schools. Our team also volunteer in languages training in helping build stronger foundations for the future of many local people.
Sabai Foundation also established overseas contacts to in Europe, North America and Australia for the purchasing of educational supplies and donations. We are not limited to any single particular cause which allows us the flexibility to help many rural areas in need.
Recently, we were approached by a Canadian organization to assist in donating wheelchairs to rural villages that were in need. Photographed is Mitch from the organization, with the help of the Sabai Foundation, we located candidates in rural countryside areas that were in need of the chairs that were donated.
The Multimedia Culture Exchange (MCE) between schools from overseas and Cambodia will create a new form of interactive communication. MCE connects youth of different cultures and will show them what they accomplished with their support and donations. All funds and donations will be documented on film to show where the support is given and the lives it affects.
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