- Development potential
- hard title
- Road access
- Tourism location
This 61 hectare hard title parcel of cleared and undeveloped land is now available for sale in Kampot Province, approximately 40km from the beautiful regional town of Kampot.
With good road water access, it will suit a farm, tourism resort or weekend getaway.
It is close enough to amenities with good road access and located in a quiet rural spot surrounded by hills.
At $6/sqm this is a great offer.
Additional nearby land can be sought if required.
Approximate distances to/from land:
- 5km to Road 41
- 13km to National Road 3
- 40km to Kampot City
- 100km to Phnom Penh City
According to Wikipedia, Kampot became a recognised province in 1923. Kampot Province is located in the southwest of Cambodia.
It borders Koh Kong, Kampong Speu, Takeo, Kep, Vietnam and Sihanoukville and has a coastline of around 45 km on the Gulf of Thailand.
It is a special part of Cambodia and always draws investor attention.
Original ID: KAM.A23
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We have apartments, condos, office spaces in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville.
Kampot City (150km SW of Phnom Penh) has grown and now has a range of restaurants, hotels and other services.
Its special vibe is its riverside and mountain setting and visitors spend their time enjoying nature.
Main industries are salt / pepper production, fishing, fruit (esp. Durian), light industry and tourism.
Kampot is hottest in April and coolest in December. Highest rainfall is in September and October and the driest time is Jan – March.
Peak season is Nov – April when businesses open up along the promenade near Old Market and in the old quarter.
The fully paved promenade runs from New Bridge, past the Governor’s Residence to the Aquatic Center.
The old bridge with various styles after numerous Khmer Rouge breaches is now open to motorbikes and provides a keen marker for lost travelers!
Background information: Greater Mekong Tourism Growth Project
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- ID: 8663
- Published: August 13, 2023
- Last Update: September 12, 2023
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