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Construction sector investment falls by 22 percent

Investment capital in Cambodia’s construction industry is off to a dwindling start this year, falling 22.1 percent at the end of the first quarter compared with the same period last year.

Thu, 20 April 2017 Siv Meng

PropertyGuru takes on 14 markets

Big changes are coming to the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards series, which is expanding in 2017 to include categories for promising markets such as Mongolia, Laos, Sri Lanka, India and the Maldives.

Thu, 20 April 2017 Post Staff

Homeowners get creative in flipping wooden houses for extra cash

As materials essential for construction, such as different types of wood, continue to rise in value, savvy homeowners and businessmen are turning their attention towards demolishing and rebuilding rundown wooden houses using concret

Thu, 20 April 2017 Moeun Nhean

In with the old, in with the new

In a country steeped in historical treasures of a culture that spans across two millenia, ancient relics, temples and monasteries have been victims to looting, civil war, the wear and tear of time, and ignorance.

Thu, 20 April 2017 Vandy Muong

Hope grows for three cities to be inducted into UNESCO list

Sitting on the porch of her classical house which was left from the French colony period, Prum Angkim is occupying herself with her daily evening repose while she takes in the view of the Psar Nat market – the biggest historical bui

Thu, 20 April 2017 Siv Meng

PM confirms sky is the limit for twin towers

At the official inauguration of the Hun Sen Boulevard on Monday, the prime minister proudly and publicly acknowledged the go-ahead for the

Thu, 6 April 2017 Siv Meng

Khmer new year, Khmer new property

While the Kingdom sees the annual provincial voyage undertaken by thousands of Cambodians travelling back to their hometowns in the upcoming Khmer New Year, industry experts are predicting the increase of property transactions when

Thu, 6 April 2017 Siv Meng
Along Norodom Boulevard, a non-operational new traffic light obscures the view of the old traffic lights, which still function as normal but cannot be seen by drivers.

Let there be traffic lights

Two men stood to the side of Norodom Boulevard crossing with Street 294, gesticulating wildly while their bikes lay immobile near the middle of the junction.

Thu, 6 April 2017 Vandy Muong, Hanamariya Halim
A mix of Chinese bamboo, village bamboo, and ping-pong bamboo lie on the ground at the Bamboo Center in Takhmao.

Bamboo no longer an underdog in material world

Different countries have different natural resources that can be honed into everyday use. Like Sierra Leone, Uganda, and other African countries have their rammed earth, or better known as clay, Cambodia has its bamboo.

Thu, 6 April 2017 Hanamariya Halim, Vandy Muong
The entrance of the national sports complex has elements of a ship to signify the Maritime Silk Road.

Phase two of stadium for 2023 SEA Games commences

On Tuesday, two more buildings in the series of buildings in the Morodok Techo National Sports Complex commenced construction at a groundbreaking ceremony presided over by Prime Minister Hun Sen.

Thu, 6 April 2017 Moeun Nhean