- Development potential
- hard title
This magnificent 11-hectare parcel of land (currently a mango farm) near National Road 4 in Kampong Speu is now available for sale.
It is in an area that is facing huge development due to its proximity to the highway and new expressway, giving easy access to Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville.
Currently, it is a functional, income-generating Mango Farm which makes it a win-win opportunity.
Low price $18/sqm!
- Undeveloped property with huge potential
- 2700 mango trees currently generating income
- Public electricity and water supply available
- Hard title available on purchase
- Good water supply (dam)
- Convenient land shape for development
- Close to National Road 4 (400 metres)
- Land currently soft title, but will be converted to hard on sale of property
Original ID: KS.A3
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Kampong Speu (literally ‘Port of Starfruit’) is a large province located about 40km west of Phnom Penh covering around 7000sqm.
It borders Pursat and Kampong Chhnang to the north, Kandal to the east, Takao to the southeast, Kampot to the south and Koh Kong to the west.
Its capital is Chbar Mon town. Kampong Speu is classified as a rural province.
Kampong Speu province is known for ecotourism, the tallest mountain in Cambodia (Mount Aural) and palm trees decorating rice fields along the country roads, in fact one third of Cambodia’s palmyra trees grow in Kampong Speu province.
Note: Mount Aural can be climbed on foot by road or through the forest. The road takes about 2 hours. It is a relatively pleasant walk and not particularly challenging.
The bamboo forest is steep and requires reasonable physical fitness to climb, especially in humid conditions. It takes climbers 5 hours to reach the summit.
Palm trees are important to the Cambodian people, especially those in the provinces.
Palm leaves are used for roofing, hats, mats, baskets and the wood is used in boat building, furniture, souvenirs, and houses.
The fruit is used in cakes and the flowers used to make sweet juice and alcoholic drinks. The juice is used to produce palm sugar.
In 2019, these palms were registered with the EU Geo Indication system which protects the consumer, distinguishes quality and helps producers market their products.
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- ID: 23369
- Published: June 15, 2023
- Last Update: September 12, 2023
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