Borey UptownA modernizing Phnom Penh is seeing its city outskirts turn into vibrant suburban neighbourhoods. The key to this transformation is the surge of boreys creating a new and secure residential option for many Cambodians. Borey Uptown, one of the latest additions to this borey wave, is elevating the Cambodian suburban lifestyle.
Located in the suburban area of Khan Dangkao, Borey Uptown offers a modern borey living experience to families in Phnom Penh. The borey community itself is located along the main road, allowing residents to easily get wherever they want to go.
Borey Uptown is surrounded by banks, international schools, restaurants, and a healthy selection of shopping centres and malls to adequately meet modern urban living expectations. Of course, Borey Uptown’s array of urban conveniences are merely an introduction to what it really offers Cambodian families.
Every house in Borey Uptown is expertly made to incorporate modern design while keeping in mind the habits of Cambodian buyers. Houses constructed with 3 floors are designed similar to shophouses with each floor serving a different function vital to the Cambodian way of life.
On the first floor is where the garage, living room, and integrated kitchen and dining rooms can be found. Borey Uptown’s modern take on this traditional setup can be seen through the carefully chosen interiors and other finishes - a transformation akin to something familiar regaining its sense of novelty.
This extends to the second and third floors where the first 2 bedrooms and a work/study area can be found. Each bedroom has a private bathroom and gives residents a magnificent view through windows close by the bedside. This area is also finished with a combination of wooden and stone materials matched with a tasteful blend of colors that’s both conducive to work and relaxing at the same time.
Borey Uptown packs in plenty of amenities neatly arranged for the convenience of homeowners. From urban comforts closeby to a fine home, it gives a fresh look and feels to established designs without compromising what Cambodians hold dear.