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Kingsland Global celebrates pre-completion sale of Oknha Peich Boutique Hotel

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Kingsland Global celebrates pre-completion sale of Oknha Peich Boutique Hotel

The successful sale of the Oknha Peich Boutique Hotel on 18 February 2016 - prior to construction completion - serves as a celebratory and momentous milestone for Kingsland Global, and the company’s Cambodian arm. Slated to be completed in the second quarter of 2017, the hotel was sold to Vivaz Holdings Pte Ltd at US$13.4 million.

This early sale is not only an exciting but significant achievement for Kingsland Global, which signifies the company’s firm belief in producing quality projects and moving further into frontier markets.

Managing Director Mr. Jeremiah Lee said, “As we align our future plans to fit into Cambodia’s changing landscape, we look forward to realizing this exciting opportunity to deliver our standards of excellence and quality to Phnom Penh’s community and the citizens of Cambodia. We look forward to making larger steps with our partners and associates, making Kingsland a leading developer in Cambodia over the ensuing years.”

The project is currently in its fitting out phase as it works towards the completion of the 13-storey, 88-room luxurious boutique hotel that the Oknha Peich Boutique Hotel sets out to be. As the project gradually nears its completion date, Kingsland Global is looking forward to every subsequent success and future opportunity that will sharpen and refine its repertoire with the undertaking of every project.

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.

For more info on Kingsland in Cambodia, please get in touch with Kingsland (KH); (Address) No. 34 Street 200, Boeung Riang, Duan 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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