The Harbour Siem Reap
– Pirate Heart, Ink Blood
“That’s just a matter of culture…” said the Frenchman at the helm… if you like tattoos, then it’s very likely that you also like loud music… if you like metal and hard rock, you might already sport skulls, pinups and old-school ships somewhere on your skin. So just put them together…
So it was obvious that Siem Reap needed a stopover for tattoo lovers, metal-heads and real f*cking pirates from all around the World. That was Lex Roulor’s idea when dropping anchor in Cambodia in 2011 and founding the first ever western run tattoo parlor in town. Then the project grew, and transformed into a huge and absolutely unique place: a real space for creativity, expression, exchange and respect for all. In 2014, The Harbour was born.
Tattoos by artists from all over the World
Meet the tattoo crew at the parlor and get some body art done, in high quality Western style and hygiene. Run by French tattooist Lex Roulor, the parlor is spacious and comfortable. Lex’s friendly and welcoming team – creative minds and artists from all over the World, is highly trained and offers a professional and personal approach to each project they’re working on. So come around and get yourself the new masterpiece of your body art collection…
Sandwiches, desserts, flavored rums & events
Get yourself an ice cold beer or a flavoured rum and head bang along with our real welcoming open minded chatty pirate crew. And If head banging is too harsh or you got a stiff neck from sleeping in a hammock the night before, then just sit down and check out the big screen displaying episodes of Metalocalype, Beavis & Butthead, Axe Cop or any other hard rock / metal friendly movies and documentaries. In case your stomach is calling for food, you can also get some of our chef’s gigantic and yummy specials, just like the ones your grand ’ma would prepare. And if the mind of the travelers likes to be challenged, then you’ll probably love to join one of our Board Game Nights, Spoken Arts Evening or TED Style Talks to leave just a bit less dumb that you stepped in…