LD Hotel Condo

good location of the city centre,
Located less than One Kilometre (1km) and less than 10 mns walk to the Ironic Independent Monument,
The Royal Palace, The National Museum and well-known Central Market.
Surrounding this site, there’re many Banks, International schools and Clinics,
Supermarket, well-known and international restaurants,
and also Embassies that boast this project a very good location and safe area.

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LD apartment special PRICE 450$


Located at the city center,Behind the Royal palace it is less than a 10-minute walk to iconic tourist destinations and landmarks like the Independent Monument, The Royal Palace, The National Museum, and the popular Central Market.
Establishments like banks, international schools, clinics,
supermarket, famous international restaurants,
and embassies also surround the area — making this a good and safe area.
Studio room
Size : 38.5 sqm
Floor 18th Room Number 1805 and 1809, Can View Phnom Penh City
special PRICE for Rent Just : $450
– bathroom
– kitchen
– City view
+ Full furniture
+ TV
+ fire Safe
+ Hot water system
+ swimming pool
+ qym
+Internet & Cable TV
+ clean 2 time/ week
+ 24h Security, Elevator, public area

Property Details

  • Property Type :Condo
  • Price$450 pm
  • FloorplansDownload
  • Property ID: 1001198562
  • Agent ID: 1805

Property Features

  • Air conditioning
  • Internet
  • Furnished
  • TV Cable
  • Fire Safe
  • Lift
  • Garden
  • Swimming/Lap Pool
  • Close to Schools
  • Close to Shops
  • Riverside
  • Quiet Location
  • Absolute Waterfront
  • Beach/Coastal Property
  • Alarm System


The dark-yellow Art Deco Phsa Thmei (New Market) is also referred to as the Central Market, a reference to its location and size. It was constructed in 1935 37. The Art deco building is shaped in the form of a cross with a nice central dome. And has four wings filled with shops selling gold and silver jewelry, antique coins, fake name-brand watches and other such items.

Around the main buildings are stalls offering Krama (checked scarves), stationery, household items, cloth for sarongs, flowers and second hand clothes, usually from Europe and the US. For photographers, the fresh food section affords a lot of opportunities. There are a host of good value food stalls on the structure’s western side, which faces Monivong Blvd. Central Market is undoubtedly the best of Phnom Penh’s markets for browsing. It is the cleanest and has the widest range of products for sale. Opening hours are from early morning until early evening.

Shopping in Phnom Penh is a major attraction for tourists who love to buy back some souvenirs from this exotic Asian land. Central Market (Phsar Thmei) in Phnom Penh is one of those busy bazaars that are always filled with effervescent crowd from one end to the other. The Central Market (Phsar Thmei) of Phnom Penh stocks everything right from food items to clothes, silverworks and jewelries. Where the Central Market (Phsar Thmei) in Phnom Penh is now located was previously a swamp that was used to accumulate runoff rainwaters. The market building is a beautiful one, a spectacular instance of Cambodian architecture.Central Market (Phsar Thmei) of Phnom Penh in Cambodia also sells electronic items and there is also plenty of secondhand stuff that you can buy here at an affordable rate. The gateway to the market is lined with hawkers who sell different kinds of tidbits.

The jewelries are found in the interior of the market and some of the gold ornament that you will find here are really unsurpassable in design and style. Central Market (Phsar Thmei) at Phnom Penh should have been actually called the New Market for that is what “Phsar Thmei” means in English. However, today it is popular to the tourists by its present English name. Coming to Central Market (Phsar Thmei) in Phnom Penh and then going back to your respective hotel is easy as there are plenty of transportation facilities near the marketplace. A taxi stand can be found at the northwest corner of the market and the southwest exit will take you to a bus stand.

Whoever loves to browse endlessly through small yet enticing shops, will find the Central Market (Phsar Thmei) in Phnom Penh an enchanting place. Don’t chuck shopping at the Phnom Penh Travel Guide! It is a great source of fun and adventure in the city. The name “Phsar Thmey” means “New Market” but in English, it is commonly called “Central Market”. This may cause some come confusion because Phnom Penh also has a “Phsar Kandal” close to Wat Unalaum and the Riverside. That name would translate in English to “Central Market”In the northwest corner of the market is a taxi station for cars direction Battambang, Siem Reap, Kampong Cham, Kratie etc. The bus station is in the southwest corner.


Credit Walk around PhnomPenh


An Angkorian style tower, the inimitable place in the whole city, located in the heart of the capital. It was built in 1958 to Sybilles Cambodian Independence Day after winning back their independence from the French protectorate on the 9th of November 1953. The monument attracts many tourists for its peculiar looking but unique style distinguishes it from all the buildings in the city. It is also used as a memorial place dedicated to the Cambodian’s patriot who died for the country.

Our Condo near royal palace just walking 10min


With its classic Khmer roofs and ornate gilding, the Royal Palace dominates the diminutive skyline of Phnom Penh. It’s a striking structure near the riverfront, bearing a remarkable likeness to its counterpart in Bangkok. Being the official residence of King Sihamoni, parts of the massive palace compound are closed to the public. The adjacent Silver Pagoda is open to visitors. Continue reading “Our Condo near royal palace just walking 10min”

View In Phnom Penh

Located on the corner of Street 214 and 51, between the four icons of Phnom Penh
– Independence Monument, Royal Palace, National Museum and Central Market
– East One Apartments offers a prime location to anyone working in international embassies,
Government ministries and the Central Business District; or for anyone who wants to feel the pulse of Phnom Penh city. Continue reading “View In Phnom Penh”

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