As Cambodia and the rest of the world move to revive tourism, Pan Pacific Hotels Group (PPHG), a member of Singapore-listed UOL Group Ltd, plans to open two developments in the Kingdom over October-December 2023, in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
Pan Pacific Hotels Group (PPHG), a member of Singapore-listed UOL Group Ltd, plans to open two developments in the Kingdom over October-December 2023, in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, as it aims to further expand its serviced suites portfolio within the region.
Davitra (Cambodia) Co Ltd’s multi-million-dollar 10ha Koh Slaket studio-cum-resort just east of the capital is due to open its first phase to the public in April-May 2022.
The real estate market of Preah Sihanouk province is beginning to show more positive signs after a subdued period, following a double whammy shock of an exodus of Chinese nationals in the wake of an online gambling ban, and then the Covid-19 crisis, observers have said.
Urban Living Solutions (ULS) the innovative lifestyle development firm behind some of Cambodia's most creative spaces is putting Phnom Penh on the global map as it publicly launches Odom — its grandest project to date.
Phase I of the Angkor Landmark development project about 15km northeast of Siem Reap town is scheduled to officially break ground at end-2021, according to the developer’s CEO Tous Saphoeun.
The number of borey gated-communities and business centres along National Road 5 (NR5) are expected to see a steady surge in growth, underpinned by progress on a herculean expansion and renovation project expected to complete by 2024.
Rents for serviced apartments in Phnom Penh were on a steady decline in the first half of this year, as the presence of foreigners in the Kingdom remains limited, amid a deepening coronavirus pandemic, according to a new real estate report.
The Seoul-based Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) has entered into a partnership with the Cambodia Green Building Council (CamGBC), a private-sector initiative, to advance the green-building movement in the Kingdom.
The Covid-19 pandemic has rocked the retail landscape in Phnom Penh, with anxiety around infection risk keeping the masses away from shopping malls and driving retail consumption down by nearly five per cent in the first half of this year, compared to July-December 2020, according to a report by real estate company CBRE Cambodia.