Siem Reap’s first ChildSafe center for travelers is open and available to provide visitors to Siem Reap with information about how they can protect children while traveling around Siem Reap and the Angkor temples.
The ChildSafe Center of Siem Reap was created by the Kaliyan Mith team, with help from the sewing and welding training students and their teacher who made all the furniture for the center. Lisa Ros, Architect from ASMA Architects generously volunteered her time to design the center.
As well as being open for travelers, the center is also a resource center for members of the ChildSafe Network in Siem Reap, including hotels, guesthouses, tuk tuk drivers and tour operators.
The ChildSafe Center in Siem Reap is located at House #607, Modul I village, Svay Dangkum Commune, Siem Reap (parallel to Tep Vong Street, between the Wat Bo bridge and Psar Kandal). Visit the center to learn about the 7 ChildSafe traveler tips and how you can protect children while traveling.
To learn more about the ChildSafe Network and how you can support network members, visit www.childsafe-cambodia.org