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Bridges and overpasses are widely used as unofficial rubbish dumps by fly-tippers in Phnom Penh.
Thu, 14 September 2017

Phnom Penh city bosses call for more civic pride in rubbish-strewn capital

As the population increases in Phnom Penh, fly-tipping is coming increasingly under the spotlight. City bosses aim to crack down further on the problem in a bid to change people’s habits.

One of the new traffic police shelters: this one is on Independence Boulevard.
Thu, 14 September 2017

Smart new police boxes give traffic cops shelter

As you travel on Sothearos or Norodom Boulevard, you might spot brand new blue and white “houses”. Phnom Penh’s residents are wondering quite what these huts, which bear the legend of the traffic police, are for.

Thu, 14 September 2017

Condo prices lowered to attract locals, says study

Developers’ efforts to target local buyers have resulted in reduced prices for mid-range and affordable condos, according to a recent study.

The government is still seeking investment partners from the private sector to cooperate in the building of a brand new city close to Phnom Penh, a minister has said.

Thu, 14 September 2017

What makes good property management so important?

In a market experiencing rapid growth like Phnom Penh, professional property management can make a project standout.

Thu, 7 September 2017

Two Years, Three Awards: Urbanland Collects Its First International Accolades

In an increasingly competitive marketplace, it pays to stand out from the crowd. Since its inception, and with the direct support of our property owners, this has been the singular goal of Urbanland.

The Baha’i House of Worship in Battambang cost $1.5 million to build
Thu, 7 September 2017

Baha’i House of Worship emerges in Battambang

The recent innagruation of Cambodia’s first Baha’i temple in Battambang definitley didn’t go unnoticed as hundreds of people decended to Odambang commune to mark the Kingdom’s newest house of worship.

Thu, 7 September 2017

Hotel competition heats up

The competitive accommodation climate is showing no signs of cooling as new figures from Bonna Realty Group reveal the number of hotel rooms in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap continue to rise, with the increased supply placing renewed fin

Thu, 7 September 2017

Sear Rithy shuts down rumours on low-income housing project

Almost nine months after receiving government approval for the Kingdom’s first low-cost housing project, WorldBridge Land chairman Sear Rithy’s dogged determination to get the project off the ground hasn’t waned.

Visitors leave a lunch spot on the island of Koh Klang.
Thu, 31 August 2017

Koh Klang finds sustainable way to draw in tourists

The charming village of Koh Klang south of Thailand is a relatively unspoiled hideaway that is working on improving the livelihoods of the locals via community based tourism.