Eden Garden, New Leisure Centre for Phnom Penh

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Eden Garden, New Leisure Centre for Phnom Penh

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A new entertainment and leisure centre has opened in Phomh Penh, constructed on the old Boeung Kak lake site. The concept for the development is based on Singapore's trendy Clarke Quay.

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CBD chic: Eden Garden brings entertainment one-stop-shop to Phnom Penh
27 April 2017 | 10:24 ICT
A high-end food, beverage and entertainment precinct loosely modelled after Singapore’s popular nightlife destination Clarke Quay is set to make its mark on Phnom Penh with the hopes of putting it on the tourist map.

The multi-million dollar complex is one of the projects being developed in the massive Phnom Penh City Center (PPCC), a sprawling mixed-use development that has sprung up in the former Boeung Kak lake, and which is branding itself as Phnom Penh’s next and only central business district.

Eden Garden, when completed, will be a 21,560 square-metre retail, entertainment and dining outlet that its investor’s – British Khmer Engineering (B.K.E) Construction Group – director Faz Ghotbi says will emerge as a big draw card for locals and tourists seeking a swanky place to hang out.
“We are targeting a mix of locals, expats and tourists,” he told Post Property.
https://www.phnompenhpost.com/post-prop ... phnom-penh

Now officially open !
Leisure hub opens in capital
22 June 2018
Eden Garden, the latest entertainment hub in the capital, was officially launched on Thursday on the same site where thousands of villagers were evicted over a decade ago.

Developed on two hectares, Eden Garden has 27 merchants, including local brands Legend Cinema and Epic nightclub. International brands include Koi, Starbucks and the Thai restaurant chain S&P, said Faz Ghotbi, its director.

Speaking at a press conference on Thursday, he said the centre has 10,000 square metres of parking space and a 5000-square-metre garden.
Of the 27 merchants, 45 percent are restauranteurs and 15 percent retailers.
https://www.phnompenhpost.com/business/ ... ns-capital
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