Phnom Penh’s only land fill site is on the brink of filling up, creating a waste crisis.
The capital has a comprehensive transport masterplan with a railway system aimed at reducing massive jams
Diamond Island Development City, one of the major development site in Phnom Penh is set to transform into a smart city in three to five years.
Smart city technology has the real estate sector abuzz, but hurdles remain
Tapped to transition to a smart city, Phnom Penh will be starting from the ground up, literally. The first thing on the capital’s smart city agenda is fixing the crowded and potholed sidewalks.
As experts pore over the draft legislation, matters of transparency and accountability remain unanswered, along with the question of its implementation date
Co-working spaces are gaining momentum in Phnom Penh as they not only offer workspace but also work-life balance
Phnom Penh is no stranger to the concept of ride-hailing. In 2016, its first homegrown ride-hailing service by Exnet hit the streets. Since then, the city received seven other players.
Hong Kong-listed Nagacorp Ltd’s Naga 3 development project in Phnom Penh reflects its vision to own the largest comprehensive, multi-entertainment riverine integrated resort in the world, says its filing with the stock exchange early April.
Let’s face it, a lot of residential buildings in Cambodia look boring. Close your eyes for a minute and imagine Paris, think of London, pretend you’re in New York City. You can see the skyline.