Sky-High Style At Cambodia’s Leading Hotel

Rising powerfully above the bustle of the Cambodian capital, the Vattanac Capital Tower is, at 39 storeys and 188m high, the tallest building in the country. Designed by TFP Farrells, the Hong Kong-based office of British architect Sir Terry Farrell, the distinctive structure is inspired by the curvature of a dragon’s back.

Fittingly, sited at the top of the tower and arranged over its highest 14 floors, is a new hotel from the Rosewood group — a temporary home, recently, to the luckiest members of the Esquire team, who travelled to Cambodia earlier this year for a fashion shoot.

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