In 2016 it was reported over 5 million tourists visited Cambodia with the vast majority of them staying in Siem Reap to see Angkor Wat. Tourism is a thriving multibillion dollar industry in the region. Yet, despite the boom in hotels and restaurants, Siem Reap remains one of the poorest regions in Cambodia.
Malnourishment levels are high and school completion rates low with the cycle of poverty preventing many families from accessing education.
Footprint’s first café is located on Street 26, a small walk from Siem Reap’s beautiful meandering river. Away from the tourist traps but close to the night market, our café offers an oasis to relax and replenish in. A modern, stylish, book lined interior is complimented with a small green outdoor seating area. Customers can choose from an array of meals and snacks both local and international as well as freshly made smoothies, juices and of course coffee, cocktails and teas.
“Today the team continue to build on that great start”