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Kingsland Global: Bringing value and values to the Cambodian market

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Kingsland Global: Bringing value and values to the Cambodian market

Tracing its origins from Kingsland Development, which has over 37 years of experience in the property development scene across Singapore and Malaysia, Kingsland Global is excited to extend its property development expertise to more territories around the globe - none less than Cambodia.

In doing so, Kingsland Global looks to raise the market standard through stringent safety standards, closely held core values and quality developments.

Kingsland Global is committed to providing value to the Cambodian property market through the combination of professional expertise and experience with their local partner company, CamTrip Investment Co. Ltd. With the goal of playing a pivotal role in the region’s future landscape, Kingsland looks forward to contributing to the growth and development of the Cambodian real estate market.

Pheap Horng, representative of CamTrip Investment Co. Ltd., said: “Finding a suitable business partner is basically about finding someone we can trust and that will always have our best interests in mind. Kingsland Global shares the vision for business as we do; and they are highly adaptable, with a repertoire of skills that we can work with to gain a deeper understanding of the business. But more importantly, we share the same ideals, values and vision in looking to positively impact Cambodia and Cambodians through our developments.”

“Not only do they ensure the delivery of excellence through their projects, Kingsland Global looks to bring more than economic value to Cambodian society. They actively engage the local community, developing human capital with care and professionalism; steadfastly holding onto their ideology. Kingsland Global’s highest regard for quality in all phases of their projects also means that they will provide a holistic and value-added experience for all their partners throughout the regions in which they develop - I am glad that this has already begun in the Kingdom,” he added.

Kingsland Global is proud to announce some upcoming projects in Phnom Penh.

To be operated by the acclaimed hotel operator, Wangz Singapore, 228 Oknha Peich is a 13-storey boutique hotel located in Khan Daun Penh which houses many historical monuments. Slated to be completed in the second quarter of 2017, this stylish hotel is equipped with multiple facilities and looks to provide tourists and business travellers with a luxurious home away from home. 



Another upcoming iconic development, One18 Residences, is a luxurious 24-storey apartment providing quality living and hotel-like amenities right in the heart of Phnom Penh city. Look forward to a first-class residential experience like none other when the project is completed soon.

For more info on Kingsland in Cambodia, please get in touch with Kingsland (KH); (Address) No. 34 Street 200, Boeung Riang, Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia; (Tel) +855 77 3399 20, (Fax) +855 23 2217 07/08 or Kingsland Global Headquarters (Singapore); (Tel) +65 6362 8998, (Fax) +65 6363 7031; or email [email protected]

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