Koh Russey Resort to exhibit in Hong Kong

A computer-generated bird’s-eye view of Alila Villas Koh Russey Resort, which is aims to attract foreign investors at with an exhibition in  Hong Kong. PHOTO SUPPLIED
A computer-generated bird’s-eye view of Alila Villas Koh Russey Resort, which is aims to attract foreign investors at with an exhibition in Hong Kong. PHOTO SUPPLIED

Koh Russey Resort to exhibit in Hong Kong

Cambodia’s Koh Russey Resort development project is aiming to attract large foreign investment by exhibiting in Hong Kong.

The resort will showcase its properties and facilities at an exhibition from November 29 until December 1, according to the real estate company CBRE.

Expert staff of all departments at CBRE are busy preparing to show how Alila Villas Koh Russey Resort development project is focused on meeting international standards, with its residences. entertainment facilities, five-star hotel and other substantial infrastructure on the island, said Ann Sothida, a deputy director of CBRE Cambodia Co., authorised sales agent for the resorts, houses and hotels at Alila Villas Koh Russey.

Koh Russey is located in Preah Sihanouk province, opposite the beach of Ream National Park.  PHOTO SUPPLIED
Koh Russey is located in Preah Sihanouk province, opposite the beach of Ream National Park. PHOTO SUPPLIED

A complete mock-up model has been made to the show the houses, hotels, restaurants and bars located along the white sand beach.

The beauty of the area will be highlighted in photographs on display, as well as the computer-generated illustrations that will reveal the luxury of construction and attention to detail that the developer’s customers would demand, Sothida said.

“All are the first achievements of a huge development project to attract international customers from Hong Kong and other places around the world,” she said.

“It is the first exhibition for Alila Villas Koh Russey Resort, but our company was previously involved in this kind of event to attract customers for Koh Sangsa and it was quite successful,” Sothida said.

Ann Sothida, a deputy director of CBRE Cambodia Co. PHOTO SUPPLIED
Ann Sothida, a deputy director of CBRE Cambodia Co. PHOTO SUPPLIED

“Alila Villas Koh Russey has 227 luxurious residences, a five-star hotel with 48 premises to accommodate restaurants, bars and other entertainment venues plus places for residents and visitors to relax,” she said.

“The project is invested by Citystar Company and the company owner has chosen Alila Group as a decorative designer and for construction management.”

“This project is built on 25 hectares of land next to beautiful ivory beaches of Koh Russey,” Sothida said.

“We hope the fair in Hong Kong on the Alila Villas Koh Russey Resort project will help the development become a new attraction in the heart of Cambodia’s beach -- one of the most famous and beautiful beach clubs in the world,” she said.

“It will not only attract tourists, but also business people and more foreign investors.”

Alila Group is a famous company in the region and the world because it constructs and manages hotels, resorts and accommodation with modern, luxury housing that harmonises with the environment around each location.

Koh Russey is located on Preah Sihanouk province, opposite the beach of Ream National Park, which takes 15 or 25 minutes by boat from Preah Sihanuok town International Port.

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