Camko OK with owners

Camko OK with owners

New residents in Phnom Penh satellite city Camko City told the Post on Tuesday that they were satisfied with their new homes.

Meng Kry, 50, who moved into the first phase of the US$2 billion development with around 60 other families last month, said the quality of her new $230,000 home was up to scratch, and that she felt comfortable in the community.

"And it's easy to go back and forth from Phnom Penh city,"she said.

Phnom Penh Municipality Deputy Chief of Cabinet Koeut Chhe also gave a thumbs-up to the development. "I also bought a townhouse at Camko City," he said. "I'm doing the interior design now, and I will move there next month."

The city is being built by World City on 119 hectares in Russey Keo district reclaimed from Pong Peay lake.


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