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Kingsland Global commits to the Cambodian market

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Kingsland Global commits to the Cambodian market

Formed in 2015 as the holding company of Kingsland Malaysia and Kingsland Cambodia, Kingsland Global (ASX: KLO) specialises in commercial and hospitality property development across Asia.

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

Entering into a joint venture with a Cambodian partner, Kingsland Global is proud to announce its entry into the Cambodian property market.

“We are extremely pleased to partner with Kingsland Global in this joint venture which we believe will lead to many dynamic projects now and into the future. Bringing their own brand of professionalism and strict adherence to safety standards, Kingsland Global’s values and culture – such as their daily toolbox meeting that kicks off every working day with a stringent safety check onsite – will help to raise market standards across the board and greatly add value to the local community,” said Mr Pheap Horng, chairman of CamTrip Investment Co. Ltd., Kingsland’s Cambodian JV partner.

Mr Jeremiah Lee, managing director of Kingsland Global, stated, “Kingsland Global is particularly excited by the possibilities and opportunities that the Cambodian property market opens to us. With its fast-growing economy and promising prospects, we are confident of harnessing the benefits of Cambodia’s favourable investment climate to deliver high-quality commercial and hospitality development projects in the local property scene. We believe our commitment to quality and excellence will allow us to capitalise on the limitless potential the Cambodian property market offers, especially at this point in time when it is still entering its early stages of development.”

Infusing value and lifestyle in all their projects, Kingsland Global has demonstrated its standard of excellence through quality projects across Asia. Kingsland Global is currently embarking on more exciting commercial projects that will allow the company to share their expertise and dedication to property development with all partners and clients.

Ensuring trust and reliability remains the cornerstone of their corporate integrity, as Kingsland Global strives to be Asia’s leading integrated property developer by bringing these values into the Cambodian market and every region that they expand their expertise into.

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 is One18 Residences, a luxurious 24-storey apartment providing quality living and hotel-like amenities right in the heart of Phnom Penh. Look forward to a first-class residential experience like no other when the project is completed soon.

For more info on Kingsland Cambodia, please get in touch with Kingsland (KH) Development Co. Ltd. at #34, Street 200, Sangkat Boeung Raing, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. (Tel) +855 77 3399 20, (Fax) +855 23 2217 07/08, or with Kingsland Global Headquarters.

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