It is early days, but with growing disposable income and increased leisure time, Cambodians are learning to relax more. Are they ready for a vacation home?
While construction cranes hover over Phnom Penh’s skyline, recruitment and employment agencies are swooping on qualified candidates to fill a myriad of positions that go along with the current property boom.
The Palm, billed as the first project in Cambodia to focus fully on the environment, was officially launched on May 2, becoming developer Oxley-Worldbridge’s third major Phnom Penh Development.
ONE of the 10 biggest real estate investment companies in China, R&F Properties, is investing in a huge Cambodia project named R&F City, perched on a 7-hectare stretch of land along Samdech Decho Hun Sen Boulevard.
WITH a property boom continuing unchecked in Tuol Tompong and Phsar Daeum Thkov, real estate agents, renters and buyers are noticing a cooling of prices as owners and investors seek to profit before the market becomes even more saturated.
Not everyone flies coach, and not everyone who arrives in Cambodia by air comes on a commercial carrier.
Last year was another record year for air cargo handling in Cambodia, with more cargo airlines serving the Kingdom’s airports in response to a growing demand, particularly from garments exporters.
Cambodia’s aviation sector continues to grow, with airports in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville serving both domestic and international flights.
CAMBODIA AIRPORTS, the developer and operator of the Kingdom’s three international airports, has invested heavily in developing airport infrastructure to handle a surge in passenger and cargo traffic, and to prepare for futu
With Cambodia’s three international airports welcoming a greater number of flights and a heavier flow of foot traffic, the company managing the airports has been busy expanding their retail, culinary and lounge portfolio to give pas