SihanoukVille: a city, a harbor, and an endless white sand beach.
As time goes on, Sihanoukville becomes more and more attractive. Located about halfway between Thailand and Vietnam on the Bay of Thailand, Surrounded by white sandy beaches, Sihanoukville is the third city of Cambodia. His population is around 70.000 peoples. Sihanoukville is today a provincial town where establishing a business is much easier than in Thailand, taxation is also lower, and movements of capital cross-border and access to property are less restricted. It will clearly change into a modern city with an intensive tourist development and will become a highly attractive place for entrepreneurs. Significantly, the oil industry, in view of the escalating price of fuel and transport, has chosen Sihanoukville as a better alternative than Phnom Penh, and is already planning to establish itself massively at selected seafront sites, giving a considerable boost to the local economy. The airport is already operational and his runway will be extending to 4000m to become the biggest airport in Cambodia. The government of Cambodia is still dealing with airlines to open the airport this year. Sihanoukville is also the first and only deep water port com in Cambodia.
Besides these obvious economic advantages, the Sihanoukville area offers other riches to people in search of their own paradise on earth. A spread out tourist town for both foreignersand local people from all over the country. Filled with empty beaches, crowded beaches, seafood, restaurants, bars,Buddhist Temples, casinos, hotels, and more beaches. At several places, English is spoken; and many French speakers are here as well. About 20 other languages are spoken at various guesthouses and restaurants.
It is only waiting to reveal the beauty of its landscapes: three sides of the town are bordered by tropical beaches and islands. Here in Sihanoukville you have the option to enjoy the western lifestyle and at the same time being able to live in the friendly and spiritual atmosphere created by the Khmer and the lush tropical environment.