Fantastic Crab Restaurant in Sihanoukville Cambodia

Fantastic Crab Restaurant in Sihanoukville Cambodia
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This is your chance to acquire a high profile and very professionally setup  Restaurant in a busy tourist centre.

Krong Preah is on a peninsula  ringed by pretty white-sandy beaches and surrounded by a smattering of very attractive islands, Sihanoukville is Cambodia’s premier beach location.  The restaurant is located in Krong Preah Sihanouk  only 1km from Independence  beach. On the main road from the town centre to the beach, with good passing trade. The customer base is  both tourist and locals.  

2 aircon,
2 freezer
6 table set  
3 table with sofa,
 admin system with 1 computer,
 4 cctv,
2 speaker  
kitchen  equipment
Lot’s additional equipment too many to list.
Rental: 450$ per month.
All financial information will only be available on viewing.   

Viewing  strictly by appointment only.

Cambodia is up and coming for expats to relocate and Sihanoukville is top of the list because of its fabulous beaches and nightlife.
Also Cambodia welcomes tourist and expats with an uncomplicated Visa system.

Cambodia visas
For many potential expats, the easy visa situation in Cambodia is one thing that makes moving to the country so appealing without being sponsored by a company (or having any particular qualifications to do anything, in fact). This is certain to tighten up eventually, but for now Cambodia is one of the easiest countries in the world to emigrate to, visa-wise.


In the wake of Thailand’s most recent coup d’état, the last few months have brought news that the new military regime would begin cracking down on the country’s liberal visa laws in an effort to rid the place of its ribald and unwanted riffraff:  illegal workers, wanted criminals, and Australians.  Thai visa regulations allow foreigners from visa-free states to enter the country, stay for 30 days, and then make a border-run to obtain a new 30 day exemption. Getting oneself acclimated with the inscrutable visa rules in Thailand can be a complex, convoluted and expensive ordeal. Indeed, one of the reasons I chose to live in Cambodia over Thailand was the relative ease of Cambodia’s visa process.
Needless to say, one consequence of Thailand’s tightening visa laws discussed at length on the Khmer440 is the potential for some of Thailand’s farang to become Cambodia’s barang. There will doubtless be many apprehensive and funereal individuals in the Land of Smiles who may chance upon this article seeking some measure of guidance on whether to relocate to Cambodia. This article is not meant to be a didactic pontificating on which country is “better” to live in. But being someone who has lived and worked in both Thailand and Cambodia for extended periods of time:  More Info:


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