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Old April 5th, 2010, 10:38 AM   #1501
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Pung are you in Phnom Penh?
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Old April 5th, 2010, 10:58 AM   #1502
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The road from Seim Reap Province to Sereysorphoan, the city of Banteay Meanchey, which was difficult to travel, now, is much easier because it is smoothly asphalted. The traveling and transporting to the border is also faster.

I just copy from www.everyday.com.kh

sorry for not posted photo,!
I post photo for the a part of the Road from siem Reap to Bantey Srey. When I was there,the first kilometers of the road are very clean, beautiful and relaxing. The photo is not very clear when I took it.


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Old April 5th, 2010, 11:22 AM   #1503
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No racist ideas but please read and understand what they are talking about

I disagree with the second paragraph, does that really symbolises all khmers, does all khmers have to think in that manner

http://kohsantepheapdaily.com.kh/art...04-204728.html
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Old April 5th, 2010, 11:23 AM   #1504
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Anyone knows what project it is ? (...new housing on a plot next to Posco's Star River development in Phnom Penh on February 17)
Oh no ! I went there and didn't notice this tall building

Hmmm. I think it is Rose Codominium


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Labourers demolish a 20-year-old building to make way for new housing on a plot next to Posco's Star River development in Phnom Penh on February 17.

Buyer confidence in the real estate market has yet to recover from the shock of the economic crisis, a study has found, but developers and other businesses see positive signs on the horizon.

In a survey carried out by Indochina Research Ltd (IRL) in February and March, around 55 percent of potential buyers said they would wait more than two years to invest in the property market, with just 11 percent considering buying in the next 12 months.

Around 46 percent of the survey’s 75 Cambodian participants, whose monthly income was more than US$1,000 a month, were confident about economic revival in the Kingdom, but half said that the real estate sector would not recover for another two years.

A total of 63 percent were not considering investing in any major projects, including Camko City, Borei Phnom Penh Thmei and Borei Peng Huort.
IRL’s research was presented to a seminar of more than 200 investors and real estate workers at Raffles Hotel Le Royal in Phnom Penh on Friday, prompting discussions about the effectiveness of marketing campaigns.

“Confidence is key and actions should be taken to send out positive signs to real estate consumers,” IRL General Manger Laurent Notin told participants.

Edwin Vanderbruggen, director of regional tax practice at the DFDL Mekong law firm, who coordinated the meeting, called the lack of awareness of major projects “remarkable”.

The IRL survey also found that 65 percent of respondents believe that the market is a good place to buy property, providing a source of confidence for at least some participants.

The crisis corrected the domestic market, where land speculation had become the norm, Daniel Parkes, country manager of CB Richard Ellis (CBRE), said Friday. It also reduced the number of properties being built.

“That isn’t a bad thing,” he said. “If all the slated developments had come forward, we would probably have been looking at an oversupply.”

CBRE estimates a property demand for more than 104,000 square metres of office space, Parkes told participants, advising them to price their property competitively.

“I think land prices are coming back to reasonable values, and I can see them returning to normality,” he said.

Among other positive signs for the sector was the increased role of banking and the potential for foreigners to own residential property, participants said.

Around 29 percent of those surveyed by IRL said they would use bank loans for property investment.

ANZ Royal Bank started offering mortgages earlier this year after they were withdrawn in the economic downturn.

Friday’s seminar came as the National Assembly debated a law that would allow foreigners to own private residential property – at least, above the ground floor.

“For sure, this would help the market to be more open to foreigners,” said Guillaume Massin, head of the Cambodia real estate practice group at DFDL Mekong.
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Old April 5th, 2010, 11:30 AM   #1505
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Anyone knows what project it is ? (...new housing on a plot next to Posco's Star River development in Phnom Penh on February 17)
Oh no ! I went there and didn't notice this tall building

It's Rose Condominiums, part of Canadia Bank development project near Bassac Garden City.
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Old April 5th, 2010, 11:35 AM   #1506
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Viets can be equally as racist ជួនកាលនៅ​ពេល​ដែល​យួន​ហៅ​ខ្មែរ​ថា ”​ង៉​យ​មាន​” (​ដែល​ពួក​គេ​គួរ​ហៅ​ថា ”​ង៉​យ កម្ពុជា​”)
please khmers removes the hate to viets and for viets to stop the uses of that racist word, racist if you find Yuen racist, you may use second underline.

​មាន(mien)- refers to a racist way to call people such as Hmongs, many Hmong's may get offended if you call them miao

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Old April 5th, 2010, 11:36 AM   #1507
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I pass the ROSE Condo construction site yesterday morning. It is now progressing on the 22nd floors. The workers are there even at night time.
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Old April 5th, 2010, 11:43 AM   #1508
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I just want to know that how many people, they need to vote for create a new forum?
Seem we have many people already vote for Cambodia forum.
There is no limit on number of people, or getting at least a certain amount of people who vote yes to open up a new forum. 100 ''Yes' is just an indication showing that we have a lot of supporters who would like to see a new Cambodian forum is created.
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Old April 5th, 2010, 11:45 AM   #1509
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Rose Condo has been progressing rapidly. I wouldn't be surprised if the buildings topped out in the up coming months. Do you know if most of the units there are sold yet, SeeMacau?
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Old April 5th, 2010, 11:45 AM   #1510
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It's Rose Condominiums, part of Canadia Bank development project near Bassac Garden City.
Cool. I really want to see it when all will be finished
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Old April 5th, 2010, 11:47 AM   #1511
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I pass the ROSE Condo construction site yesterday morning. It is now progressing on the 22nd floors. The workers are there even at night time.
Canadia Bank is really reliable investor.

I think Phnom Penh will already have a lot of tall building and road in the next two years.
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Old April 5th, 2010, 11:54 AM   #1512
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I pass the ROSE Condo construction site yesterday morning. It is now progressing on the 22nd floors. The workers are there even at night time.
your in cambodia, you may find tall buildings in Siem Reap, Poi Pet, Bavet and Sihanoukville. Check the Sihanoukville Sokha it has a very nice design
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Old April 5th, 2010, 12:00 PM   #1513
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btw it's the sokha at sokha beach,
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Old April 5th, 2010, 12:01 PM   #1514
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Cambodia just adopted the law allowing foreigners to own properties in the kingdom. This will hopefully help the real estate market there. Otherwise, the housing market will take a least a year or two to rebound back to good growth level.
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Old April 5th, 2010, 12:01 PM   #1515
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There is no limit on number of people, or getting at least a certain amount of people who vote yes to open up a new forum. 100 ''Yes' is just an indication showing that we have a lot of supporters who would like to see a new Cambodian forum is created.
Beside, Cambodia have a lot of projects that are starting and progressing. And now, Cambodia's economy restarts... I'm more confident of the future projects.
There are so big projects to show like Camko City, Koh Pich, Bellusangkor, Star River, Rose Condominium, Gold Tower 42, (Mekong Renaissance ?) ... and other cities and island like Koh Rong or Koh Pos (I didn't know all projects). So, I think we really need a forum to show all these projects.
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Old April 5th, 2010, 12:04 PM   #1516
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Rose Condo has been progressing rapidly. I wouldn't be surprised if the buildings topped out in the up coming months. Do you know if most of the units there are sold yet, SeeMacau?
I am also not surprise to see these buildings topped out in the next couple of months. The project is progressing well and I believe the workers are working on the site 24 hours a day.

I dont know and I have no information about the number of sales related to this project. However, I was talking with one of a small developer in Phnom Penh last night, he told me the property market in Cambodia is still weak, it is unlikely to recover before the end of this year.
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Old April 5th, 2010, 12:07 PM   #1517
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Ahh G42 is reaching the 20th floors already! That's nice! However, i'm going to visit Siem Reap and Phnom Penh during my second semester break, start from 10 to 12 in Siem Reap and from 12 to ? in Phnom Penh, i will take as many photos as i can with my new camera " Panasonic DMC-ZS3 ".
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Beside, Cambodia have a lot of projects that are starting and progressing. And now, Cambodia's economy restarts... I'm more confident of the future projects.
There are so big projects to show like Camko City, Koh Pich, Bellusangkor, Star River, Rose Condominium, Gold Tower 42, (Mekong Renaissance ?) ... and other cities and island like Koh Rong or Koh Pos (I didn't know all projects). So, I think we really need a forum to show all these projects.
Truth, it is a very good platform for the investors or skyscraper enthusiasts to exchange information online, and create updates on all the construction activities.
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Old April 5th, 2010, 12:12 PM   #1519
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It is official. the new law has been voted.
This new law allows foreigners to buy directly and own apartments on the first floor of buildings located at less 30km from border and within 49% of the whole building.

This is a law that will boost Cambodia real estate I think.
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Old April 5th, 2010, 12:12 PM   #1520
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Ahh G42 is reaching the 20th floors already! That's nice! However, i'm going to visit Siem Reap and Phnom Penh during my second semester break, start from 10 to 12 in Siem Reap and from 12 to ? in Phnom Penh, i will take as many photos as i can with my new camera " Panasonic DMC-ZS3 ".
One reason is because the developer has the money back to speed up the project.
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