Property of The Week

Property of The Week


A modern apartment block located in Phnom Penh’s Toul Kork district, Jayaphumin offers occupants modern city-living with a traditional Khmer twist.

The block contains a total of nine floors, comprising 31 rooms, 25 of which are currently being rented to foreign nationals, according to Cheng Kheng, CEO of the project’s developer.

The complex, which is barely one year old, is ideal for energetic occupants with a modern gymnasium, large swimming pool and impressive garden onsite. It also contains an expansive conference room suitable for business meetings.

Each apartment comes fully furnished with tasteful wooden furniture, accentuated by the traditional Cambodian style décor which is heavily influenced by bright, bold colours and charming ornaments.

Depending on the units, which vary in size and standard, the apartments are valued between US$800 and $1,400 per month, including utility bills, 24 hour security and parking.


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