Cambodian Developments: South East Asia Architecture

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Cambodian Developments

Cambodian Building Designs, South East Asia – Built Environment Information

page updated 23 Nov 2019

South East Asian Building Developments

South East Asian Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Cambodian Architecture Designs – chronological list

Angkor Wat Temple
Eco-tourism Interpretation
Eleven Competition
Khyaung Schoo
Phnom Penh Central Market
Sleuk Rith Institute
Sustainable Housing Solutions for Cambodia
Tamasa Service Apartment and Hotel
The Shadowmaker Pavilion
Tmat Boey Eco-lodges Cambodia

Location: Cambodia, South East Asia

South East Asian Built Environment Links

Cambodian Architecture – key builidngs in this country

Singapore Buildings – a significant city in South East Asia for high quality contemporary architecture

Malaysian Architecture

Thailand Buildings

Hong Kong Architecture

Chinese Buildings

The Kingdom of Cambodia is a country located in the southern portion of the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia.

The tourism industry is the country’s second-greatest source of hard currency after the textile industry. Most visitors arrive through Siem Reap with the remainder mostly through Phnom Penh.

Other tourist destinations include Sihanoukville in the south west and the riverside town of Battambang in the north west. The area around Kampot and Kep including the Bokor Hill Station are also of interest to visitors. Tourism has increased steadily each year in the relatively stable period since the 1993 UNTAC elections.

Tourism has been one of Cambodia’s triple pillar industries. The Angkor Wat historical park in Siem Reap province, the beaches in Sihanoukville and the capital city Phnom Penh are the main attractions for foreign tourists.
source: wikipedia

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