Hidden within its own private tropical garden, Villa Ni Say is a small but stunning estate in Siem Reap that offers guests luxury accommodation and an air of exclusivity.
A stunning private estate nestled in the lush jungle overlooking the Gulf of Thailand, Villa Des Palmes was designed and built by a French architect and can be booked as an exclusive short-term residence for visitors to Kep. The Mansion, the larger of the two buildings, is a four-bedroom villa with
Cocooned in foliage and outfitted as a tech-savvy co-working space, the seven-storey Yellow Tower is the greenest office space in the capital – and one of the most aesthetically unique. Over 2,400 square metres of plant life clings to the building’s facade, forming a lush vertical garden that
Ann Sothida has come a long way, from a garment factory worker earning $50 a month to the country director of a multinational Fortune 500 real estate firm.
The arrival of international hotel chains could end the coastal city’s chronic shortage of rooms and further its development as Cambodia’s premier beach destination.
With rapid urbanisation comes new issues. Few ever give much thought to light pollution, until it shines into their bedroom and keeps them awake at night.
The 3rd annual Cambodia Property Awards recognised the outstanding achievements of the country’s best and most active architects and property developers.
Chinese investment in Sihanoukville has intensified, with investors snapping up properties in Ochheuteal Beach and putting pressure on local and Western-owned businesses.
A young architect is winning praises for his innovative designs and efforts to raise the profile of Cambodian architects and designers.
After a several years of economic stagnation, development activity is starting to pick up again in Bavet, a town on the Vietnamese border in Svay Rieng province whose fortunes are tied to its casinos and cross-border trade.
The government is considering a plan to build a new “city” in each of the country’s provincial districts in order to make public services more accessible to citizens and encourage investment that will accelerate local development.