Esales Property ID: es5553868
Preah Vihear, Samraong
Here we present an excellent plot of land in one of the most sought-after areas for development right now in Cambodia.
The plot of land for sale is 1,970,000 m2 in size with a working cashew nut farm.
Over 20,000 cashew nut trees
Land is a hard title land
Over 1,970,000 square meters
– Jackfruit and mango trees also grown throughout the property
– Water Piping throughout sectioned areas of the farm
– Water supplied through solar-panelled pumps
– Paved concrete areas for drying cashews
– One large storage shed for cashew nuts and agricultural equipment eg. Tractors etc
– 2 storey basic farm house with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom plus air conditioning
– 1 timber house for permanent workers stay with 4 outhouse bathroom/toilets
– 1.5km from a main provincial road
– Closest markets are 3km from the farm and is open 6am-6pm hours
– Approximately 800m to the village centre
About the Area
Preah Vihear is a province of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Oddar Meanchey and Siem Reap to the west, Kampong Thom to the south and Stung Treng to the east. Its northern boundary forms part of Cambodia’s international border with Thailand and Laos. Its capital is Preah Vihear. The province is named after the temple of Prasat Preah Vihear. The Dângrêk Mountains and the Cambodia/Thailand border are in the north of Preah Vihear province. Preah Vihear is one of the nine provinces that are part of the Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserve.
The most dramatically situated of all Angkorian monuments, Prasat Preah Vihear sprawls along a clifftop near the Thai border, with breathtaking views of lowland Cambodia 550m below. An important place of pilgrimage for millennia, the temple was built by a succession of seven Khmer monarchs, beginning with Yasovarman I (r 889–910) and ending with Suryavarman II (r 1112–52). Like other temple-mountains from this period, it was designed to represent Mt Meru and dedicated to the Hindu deity Shiva.
For generations, Prasat Preah Vihear (called Khao Phra Wiharn by the Thais) has been a source of tension between Cambodia and Thailand. This area was ruled by Thailand for several centuries, but returned to Cambodia during the French protectorate, under the treaty of 1907. But sovereignty over the temple has been an issue ever since, with tensions between Cambodia and Thailand flaring up from time to time – most recently from 2008 to 2011, when armed confrontations around the temple claimed the lives of several dozen soldiers and some civilians on both sides.
The easiest and fastest way to reach Samraong is by crossing from Thailand into Cambodia at the border crossing at Ou Smach. This deliberately created tourist town is located 25 miles north of Samraong, which can be reach via route 68. There are buses and taxis waiting at Ou Smach. There is a new international airport that has opened in Cambodia called ‘siem reap international airport’, which is the nearest airport to the farm. The next major airport is in the capital, Phnom Penh, many hours by road to the south.
• 1,970,000 m2 of land with working cashew nut farm
• Excellent location close to many amenities
• Stunning views.
• Huge Potential in the rental market.
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