Why Invest In Cambodia Property?  Cambodia has undergone a drastic change from an under developed country to a widely urbanized Kingdo


Why Invest In Cambodia Property? 

Cambodia has undergone a drastic change from an under developed country to a widely urbanized Kingdom due to massive developments and improvements in the different sectors. 

The contributing factors to this growth are mainly the government’s pro-business policies which lead to the influx of foreign investors in the different business sectors, such as;


·         Offices/Commercial Market

·         Residential & Housing Market

·         Retail Market

·         Industrial Market

·         Agricultural Market

General Facts on Cambodia Capital City: 

Phnom Penh Area:   181,035 km2 

Population:                Approximately 15 million (2.2 million in Phnom Penh) 

GDP:                         Average 6% per annum for past decade 

Key Industries:         Tourism, textile & garment, natural gas, agriculture, construction, timber 

Currency:                  Riel (CR), US Dollar (US$) US$1 = 4,000 KHR 

Membership:            UN, IMF, WTO, ASEAN

13 Reasons To Invest In Cambodia Property 

1.    Strong GDP Growth Cambodia GDP

2.    Young & Inexpensive workforce Among Asia lowest work force Abundance of willing and trainable work force Rising literacy rate has surpass 75%

3.    Prime location in one of the fastest growing region in the world Sandwiched between 2 larger, more developed economics (Thailand & Vietnam) facilitating      economic spillover Midway between China and India Along the Gulf of Thailand providing the country with ease of access to maritime trade

4.    Rising productivity Cambodia trade investment chart 2014 (source)

5.    Stable politics Prime Minster has held power since 1985 Several minsters are also long serving and experience

6.    Pro-Business government and favorable investment climate 100% Foreign ownership, except land Attractive investment incentives No Capital Gain Tax

7.    Increasing trade integration WTO member since 2004 ASEAN membership offers regional trade benefits Duty free or preferential export access to most developed economies

8.    Improving transport connectivity All key road and bridge links with neighboring countries have been or will soon be upgraded Railroad system is being rehabilitated Container sea port in Sihanouk Ville has been modernized and expanded River port in Phnom Penh is being relocated and enlarged to better access Vietnam’s new deep sea ports Three international airports have been opened

9.    Lower costs in telecoms and internet Hyper-competition in mobile and internet sectors has cut user costs New hydropower and coal-fired power plants underway will replace oil-based generation and cut energy costs

10.Untapped natural resources and land Fertile land for production and processing of agricultural commodities Aquaculture and livestock farming and processing potential Abundant mineral deposits await mining Off-shore oil and gas reserves. World-class tourism sites (beaches, islands, history, culture, nature)

11.Under-Penetrated, growing domestic consumer market Exceptionally youthful demographics ensures rising domestic demand (61% of Cambodians are under 25 years old; median age: 21) Workforce participation, household formation, and urbanization will all show robust growth over the next decade Per capita GDP and purchasing power has more than doubled over the past decade and will continue to rise Emerging import substitution opportunities in various industries Exchange Rate & Foreign Exchange Reserve Cambodia foreign exchange rate chart 2014 (source)

12.Un-leveraged financial position Relatively low levels of sovereign, corporate, and consumer debt Well capitalized, conservative banking system No tradition of government bailouts and subsidies (Surprisingly rare in today’s world)

13.Last Frontier Market Cambodia is probably the LAST investment frontier market in the region. Enjoy the 1st mover’s advantage when you get started right now.


We are planning to have the following potential investments from outsiders or foreign Investors to the followingInvestment Fields of Businesses:

Show more...