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Kep mountain land for sale Kep Province

Features

  • Beach proximity
  • Development opportunity
  • Development potential
  • Good access
  • Good ROI
  • hard title
  • Large land
  • Mountain views
  • Non-flooding
  • Quiet neighbourhood
  • Sloping undeveloped land
  • Street access
  • Tourism location
  • Undeveloped land

Details

Covered in Mango trees, this fine half hectare land in a fertile valley next to a mountain ridge is now available for sale in Damnak Chang Eur District, Kep Province. It has 80m of dirt road frontage approximately 1km from Road 1335, only 14km from Kep Beach.

This is a good opportunity to invest wisely and make an almost immediate profit or develop into a vacation home or farm.

Original ID: KEP.A4

Accessing Kep mountain from Phnom Penh

The National Road 3 upgrade is almost complete, so travel time to and from Phnom Penh will be around two hours, making this a perfect weekend destination. Kampot City is just over 40 minutes away, making this region (and location specifically) well-suited to purposeful eco-friendly property investment.

We invite all investors to think carefully about this offer and grab it before it is too late. Land in this area is increasing in value steadily, so this price will not last for long.

Tourism Infrastructure

According to the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Tourism Infrastructure for Inclusive Growth Project (Oct 2014), the aggregate increase in tourism to the region – specifically targeting Kampot, Kep and Koh Kong – is expected to increase almost five-fold by 2025.

Further, the strategic thrusts of the Government’s Tourism Development Strategic Plan (TDSP) are to enhance (i) connectivity and travel facilitation; (ii) tourism product development; (iii) tourist safety and negative impact management; (iv) marketing and promotion; (v) legal and regulatory mechanisms to improve the business enabling environment; and (v) tourism-related human resource development.

Greater Mekong Subregion Tourism Infrastructure for Inclusive Growth Project

Kampot

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