What: An intimate orange-scented spa filled with aquatic features. Treatments combine Eastern and Western techniques; many employ Cambodia's abundant herbs and spices.
The look: Understated and freshblack-lava-tiled floors contrast with white polished- granite vanities and tangerine-hued silk accents, with decorative features limited to pandanus leaves in tall metallic vases and driftwood displayed as works of art.
Who goes: Artsy middle-aged Europeans before or after exploring Angkor Wat, and Cambodian dignitaries.
The treatment: Therapists use lengthening, powerful strokes and slather on rosemary essential oil during the invigorating 60-minute Swedish massage.
P.S.: The language barrier may be an issue when probing staff (massages, $52-$78).