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3 Bed House
C17-2836 is a 532 square meter Luxury Property with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms that is available For Rent., Located in Siem Reap, this Property is not part of real estate project and was completed in 2018 Nov. The Property is available long term rentals from $190,000 per month when signing a 1 year contract.
3 Bed House
This stand-alone Property is located in Siem Reap , it was completed in 2018 Nov. For long term rentals, this Property is available from a monthly rent of $119,000.
6 Bed Villa
Located in Siem Reap, this Property is not part of real estate project and was completed in 2018 Nov. The Property is available long term rentals from $490,000 per month when signing a 1 year contract.
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Siem Reap was once a small village until French explorers discovered Angkor in the early 19th century and in 1907 it became under French control and the village began to grow due to development.
The Grand Hotel d'Angkor was established in 1929 and the Angkor Wat temples remained one of Cambodia leading tourist spots until the onset of the devastating civil war under the Khmer Rouge rule from 1975-1978.
Siem Reap is popularly known as the gateway to the fascinating Angkor Wat temples. It is the most populated city within the Siem Reap province of Northwestern Cambodia and it sits serenely at the edge of the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, Lake Tonle Sap. The city's close proximity to the fascinating Angkor archaeological park has made it the most popular tourist destination in Cambodia.
Siem Reap is a heaven for the nature lovers with a postcard landscape, magnificent temples, paddy fields, cultural wealth and colorful festivals and never fails to delight the expats and tourists.
Tourism has generated over 50% of all jobs in this City. Expats have started to migrate to this dynamic city as it is providing career opportunities in various fields of employment for bilingual candidates.
The real estate sector is growing rapidly, mainly due to the rise of the Tourist industry. Listed below are the available housing options.
Serviced apartments: They are available with all the essential provisions like a fridge, microwave oven, two burner gas stove, and washing machine. Some even have a small gym, swimming pool, and a small garden. The monthly rental for one bedroom serviced apartment comes in around $300-$600, whereas it is around $600-$1000 for a 2 bedroom apartment. The more expensive apartments are centrally located with a sleek western kitchen and fancy furniture.
Villas: Modern 3- 8 bedroom and Khmer style villas can be found spread across the city. The average rental value of a 3 bed fully furnished villa with satellite TV, Wi-Fi, private garden and a pool is $650. The rent varies with the location and the property's proximity to the city center. Wooden houses and twin villas are also quite popular here. You can enjoy the serenity of the River Siem Reap from the terrace of the river view villas.
Condominiums: Condos in the bustling areas of Siem Reap are pricey and you will have to pay an average of $1200 for a cozy, fully furnished 2-bed condo.
When it comes to finding a property to reside in for a long duration, the following neighborhoods in this City are the best choices.
Old French Quarter: The vintage square is the trendiest place in the city. Located in the city center, it is well connected to Angkor Wat. Enchanting clubs bars and cafes offer stunning nightlife. It accommodates most of the beautiful French and Chinese colonial buildings. The famous Old Market is here to fulfill your shopping wishes and there are several International schools close to this area.
Wat Bo: Is quite popular with expats as supermarkets, small shops and stores are all a stone throw away. Rentals are also affordable and there is a good number of public schools, English and French schools. The area is aesthetically located at the east side of River Siem Reap and the Wat Bo pagoda, known for its finely painted murals, which is a major tourist attraction in this area.
Sala Kamreuk: This village is also becoming popular with expats. The must-do activities include Quad Bike Adventure, Aqua Swimming Pool and Diwo gallery. You will find a wide selection of souvenirs, antiques, and handicrafts at the Phsar Leu local market. Several accommodation options are available to fit everyone's requirements.
Wat Damnak: Is a neighborhood that caters for residents and visitors who enjoy a good time and a great meal and it is also the location where you will find the best budget accommodation within the city.
Taphul Village: Is at the heart of the city. You can experience the essence of the authentic Cambodian life and live like a local here. You can a good number of expatriates in the village.
The cost of living is cheaper in Siem Reap, yet the quality of life is appreciably high. The best-tasting traditional street foods cost around $1-$5. Getting around Siem Reap is simple as it is a fairly small city housing 139, 458 residents approximately. Cambodian tuk-tuks (remork), motorbikes and bicycles are common and are the cheapest modes of transportation in Siem Reap. A short trip within the downtown in a remork will cost you anywhere from $1 and $3. Taxis and electric cars are also largely available at a decent price. Express Boat services are available from Siem Reap to the capital city, Phnom Penh for $35 one way. International-standard hospitals have been set up in the last few years, yet, certain severe complications you will need to relocation to Thailand for care.
Employment: Over 2 million tourists visit the city every year. The rapid inflow of expatriates has laid the groundwork for the establishment of newer industries and the generation of abundant job opportunities.
The popularity of English: Unlike Phnom Penh, most of the locals here speak good English.
Cultural wealth: Even if you are not religious, you can pay a visit to the ancient temples to learn and marvel at the glorious Cambodian architecture. Besides, the UNESCO World Heritage site, Angkor Wat, pagodas like Phnom Bakheng, Beng mealea, Preah Khan, Ta Prohm, and Museums are worth the visit.
Tourism: You can travel to some of the beautiful countries of South East Asia through Siem Reap International airport, the second busiest airport in Cambodia.
Cheap accommodation: Finally, it is not difficult to find accommodation within Siem Reap. Life here is simple, relaxing and stress-free.
There is so much sightseeing in this city and surrounding areas and why not try a tour group to help you explore this region.
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