Fantastic land ready for development for sale 8km from the Airport | Sihanoukville
- Property type: Land parcel
- Offer type: For Sale
- City: Sihanoukville
- Original Property ID: SHV.A7
- Property size: 11000 m²
- Airport proximity
- Beach proximity
- Development potential
- Good visibility
- hard title
- Highway access
- Tourism location
This 1.1 hectare land parcel is now available for sale in Sihanoukville Province 8km from the International Airport for $500/sqm. It is about 110 x 100 metres and fronts onto China Road about 1km from Road 4.
Sihanoukville land details:
- Rectangle block
- Approx. 8km to National Road 3
- Approx. 1km to National Road 4
- Current land use regenerated scrub
- 110 metre road frontage (China Road)
- Well irrigated, rolling land
- Hard title in process now
Original ID: SHV.A7
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About Kampong Som
Sihanoukville (Kampong Som) is a coastal city and capital with the same name. It is located in the country’s south west on the Gulf of Thailand. The city is surrounded by beaches and marsh lands bordering Ream National Park.
The city has one navigable river, the Ou Trojak Jet running from Otres Pagoda to Otres. A number of islands are nearby which have seen recent development.
In the last few years, the area has seen unprecedented levels of Chinese investment with around 100 casinos opening up in the city. The city’s profile has changed significantly with thousands of mainland Chinese workers, developers and investors settling there.
In 2019 nearly 80,000 Chinese lived in Sihanoukville (90% of the city’s expat population) making it a major city in China’s One Belt One Road Initiative.
PP – SHK Expressway
When operational in 2023, the Expressway will be the largest in the country, providing a fast link between the two cities.
- PROJECT TYPE: 2 + 2 lane Expressway
- MAX SPEED: 100 km/h
- LENGTH: 190 km
- WIDTH: 24.5 metres
- DEVELOPER: China Road & Bridge Corporation (CRBC)
Feasibility study completed by JICA 2006 – 2018 and construction started in 2019. The road starts at Tomnup Kob Srov Road in Phnom Penh, runs along the west side of NR 4 to Chbar Mon. There it crosses over NR 4 and continues along its east side to Sihanoukville.
The project includes 89 bridges, 4 rest stops, petrol stations and crash barriers for convenience and safety.
Project cost US$2B – partnership with CRBC and the governments of Cambodia and China. The China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) is the principle contractor and ongoing costs will come from road users via toll booths.
- Link between the capital and main seaport
- Reduce transport time by 50% to 2½ hours
- Ease traffic flow on NR 4 and enhance safety
- Create 6,000 construction jobs and 2,000 operations jobs
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According to the Tourism Infrastructure Project, tourism – specifically Kampot, Kep and Koh Kong – is expected to increase 500% by 2025.
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- Published: August 16, 2022
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