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KTH Power Mall

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The days of heading to multiple, small electronics stores may be over. Last week, the KTH Premium Power Mall officially opened its doors, bringing to Cambodia the country’s largest stock of international technology brands all in one location.

Catering to Cambodia’s burgeoning population of young, middle-class technorati, the 1,200-square-metre mall is situated opposite the Chinese Embassy on Mao Tse Tung Boulevard.

Stepping inside, you will feel like you’ve entered a glowing, high-tech future. To the left is a row of Nokia smartphones glittering in their holsters. Further in, you see an array of DLSR cameras. Customers who wander the store are inundated with technology products of every shape and size: computers, speakers, game consoles, home appliances and more.

Siriporn Nimtiparat, CEO of KTH, said all products were divided into five main categories: camera, mobile phone, home appliance, IT equipment and accessories, and enterprise software.

She added that all products are original goods with global brands such as Nokia, Samsung, Canon, Lenovo, Haier, XBOX, BOSE, Swatch and Electrolux.

To simplify your life – or simply gawk at the plethora of shiny toys – head to KTH Premium Power Mall at Building 113D, Mao Tse Tung Blvd, Khan Chomkamon, Phnom Penh.



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