The long-awaited Bill Bensley glamping resort is set deep within a national park. 

King of Southeast Asian resort chic Bill Bensley has secured a patch of land hidden deep in the Cambodian jungle to build 15 ultra-luxury tents meandering along a two-mile stretch of river.

Set to open in November, Shinta Mani Wild takes the idea of camping in a swanky and fabulous direction, nestled within South Cardamom National about three hours’ drive south of Phnom Penh. 

In doing so, it's made a vow to help protect wild ecosystems, teaming up with Wildlife Alliance, the Royal University of Phnom Penh and the Cambodian Government for various conservation and community outreach programs aimed at deterring logging and mining.  

The resort's "tents" take over a space of 100 sq meters and come decked out with all the mod-cons. Each has a terrace perched directly above the streaming water. 

To fill in the time, the adventurous can cruise the waterways on a Bensley-designed boat or roam around the forest with researchers and rangers to get educated on the native fauna and flora. At the end of the day, guests can wind down with a massage at the resort’s spa or hit up the restaurant and bar standing on the waterfall’s edge for locally inspired dishes and drinks. 

Rates are yet to be announced, but don't let that stop you dreaming.