- Phnom Penh-Sihanoukville Expressway is expected to be operating in June this year, while the construction is about to be completed very soon.
- According to the official page of the project, “50 years of operation, 50 years of collaboration!” and “Work together to construct a magnificent golden port!”
- It is a part of China’s One Belt, One Road plan and it has also become a historic road that exemplifies Cambodian-Chinese friendship.
- This 190-kilometer road was built at a cost of up to 2,000 million US dollars.
PHNOM PENH: The Phnom Penh-Sihanoukville Expressway is currently under construction and will be completed very soon.
According to the official page of Cambodia’s first expressway building project, it was recently announced that the Phnom Penh-Sihanoukville Expressway Company will be Cambodia’s first expressway, with the project set to open in June 2022.
“50 years of operation, 50 years of collaboration!” continued on the same page. “Work together to construct a magnificent golden port!”
At the same time, the corporation announced the hiring of personnel for the project’s debut. We will offer you a competitive pay and benefits package, as well as pre-arranged work training and a three-month probationary term. After completing the probationary term, you will be considered an official employee.
The Phnom Penh-Sihanoukville Expressway is a historic road that exemplifies Cambodian-Chinese friendship and is part of China’s One Belt, One Road plan. The 190-kilometer road was built at a cost of up to 2,000 million US dollars, which is extremely high in comparison to other highways in Cambodia.
Sihaknoukville is a seaside city in Cambodia and the seat of Preah Sihanouk Province, located at the point of an elevated peninsula on the Gulf of Thailand in the country’s southwest. The city is surrounded by a virtually continuous stretch of beaches along its entire coastline, as well as coastal marshlands that border the Ream National Park to the east.
The mangrove-lined Ou Trojak Jet, which runs from Otres Pagoda to the sea in Otres, is the city’s only navigable river. A number of thinly populated islands (managed by Sihanoukville are close to the city, where modest growth has contributed to drawing a substantial share of Asia’s individual travelers, students, and backpackers in recent years.