Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia and the political, economic, industrial, cultural and tourist centre. The city is located at the junction of three rivers, the Mekong, Bassac and Dong Sa, and has fertile soil suitable for agriculture. Known in the West as the ‘Pearl of Asia’ until the 1960s, Phnom Penh is about six minutes the size of Hong Kong. There are 76 sub-districts and 637 villages in 7 districts, with an average population density of 5,453.8 people per square kilometre, the highest in the country. The weather in Phnom Penh is tropical, hot and humid, influenced by the high pressure of the Gulf of Thailand and the Indian Ocean. Taxis, tricycles, buses and railways are all available to travellers, and motorbikes are the most common means of transport for the local population.

Phnom Penh is the political, economic, cultural and religious center of Cambodia, as well as the transportation center of Cambodia.
Phnom Penh International Airport is located in the western part of Phnom Penh and is the largest airport in Cambodia.
Cambodia’s GDP is as high as 6-7% per year in recent years.
The famous tourist attractions are Central Market and Ta Chai Mountain.
It was once the largest trading market in Asia and the landmark of Phnom Penh.
Thanks to one of the 10 largest ASEAN countries, mainland capital has been invested heavily in property and infrastructure in Cambodia.
The improvement in infrastructure has boosted property values and led to a surge in property prices during the period.
There are many advantages to investing in Phnom Penh, such as the supply of condominium units is much lower than the demand.
High return rate and low investment cost.
In addition to China, Japan also invested heavily in more than 125 projects with US$1.5 billion investment, for example.
Korea has also provided Cambodia with US$700 million in concessionary loans and
Korea also provided US$700 million in preferential loans and free assistance to Cambodia for building civil aviation training centers, roads, etc.

The future of major infrastructures
For a bright future in Phnom Penh

Cambodia’s largest hydropower plant
US$780 million joint venture between China and Vietnam
Opening in 2019

South East Asian Games
Inaugurated in Phnom Penh in 2023

Phnom Penh Air Light Rail
Japan contributes US$800 million
Opening in 2023

Aeon Phase 3
Completion in 2023
Phnom Penh New International Airport
Total investment US$1.5 billion
Completion in 2023
Phnom Penh New International Airport
Total investment US$1.5 billion
Completion in 2023

Property Introduction

GC CITY, NADI

Located in the waterfront district of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Phnom Penh is the first large-scale high-end residential community developed by the Phnom Penh Century Group. The development is connected by a boulevard through all areas of the development, with large green spaces and flowing gardens to create an elegant environment of water and sky, and we have combined contemporary design and architecture to create a stylish and prestigious living space, creating an iconic, high quality and comfortable living experience that is a rare gem in the city. Surrounded by 32 hectares of secluded landscaped gardens and waterways, a key element of NADI, GC CITY has conceptualised and created a luxury master-planned villa community with a signature mix of residential, commercial, leisure and park facilities.