In Khmer language, "Pteas" means "home." Considering Cambodian culture and tradition, "Pteas" symbolizes the purpose, power, wealth, and value of individuality.

It is fascinating to observe how the outlook of Cambodian housing has evolved over time, from wooden houses to brick and mortar. This transformation has also brought about an interesting shift in perceptions of what makes an ideal home. What might that look like?

When it comes to home investments, location is one of the top priorities to consider. Speaking of location, Vann Molyvann, a well-respected and legendary architect in Cambodia, once expressed his thoughts that it would be more advantageous for the city to grow towards the south rather than the west. He argued that the southern region is situated at a higher elevation above the river, which is crucial in minimising floods. This geographical advantage is due to the presence of Steung Prek Thnaot, a waterway that can be opened to release flood waters.

Moreover, the southern regions of Phnom Penh have accelerated remarkedly. The area has become the prominent location for future growth of approximately 2 billion dollars development projects including AEON Mall Meanchey, Techo International Airport and the Preah Monivong flyover bridge.

As a locally grown real estate developer, Urbanland anticipated the growing needs and embarked on a mission to enrich lives and shape a better future by putting people at the heart of every space and experience we create. Urbanland's unwavering vision is to transform the way people live in Cambodia, one community at a time. As part of this mission, Urbanland developed, Borey Chankiri, the first residential development project dedicated to quality living next to Steung Prek Thnoat.

In addition, researches have shown that being near, in, on, or under water can provide numerous benefits for our mind and body. These benefits include reducing stress and anxiety, lowering heart and breathing rate, and improving workout performance while increasing overall sense of well-being and happiness.

What sets Borey Chankiri apart from other residential projects is its "human-centered design" philosophy, master plan surrounded by nature, and absolute attention to quality, durability, and craftsmanship. On June 3, 2023, Urbanland recently unveiled Borey Chankiri 2, the latest creek-fronted residential and shophouse development situated near Borey Chankiri on a land size of 7.5 hectares.

Conveniently located just 500m from National Road 2 along the west side of Steung Prek Thnoat, this latest creek-fronted residential and shophouse development project has been meticulously designed and crafted to improve the quality of life and community growth. The masterplan is designed with nature's inspiration, centering around green spaces and pocket parks, featuring 32 features that create a serene and rejuvenating environment for residents to unwind, relax, and thrive.

At Borey Chankiri, we aim to create the perfect place called "Home” or “Pteas" that enable you to connect with your family, friends, or even with yourself — a place where you can rest and recharge after a long day, a place to engage, or disengage, and to feel loved, nurtured and inspired.

Borey Chankiri 2 is perfect for those seeking a one-of-a-kind living experience that blends the benefits of city living with tranquility, without the chaos and clutter of urban life.

Stepping into a better way of living with Borey Chankiri today! Visit our new home models now and learn more about Borey Chankiri!