Working inside?

There must be lots happening inside because I see no visible changes on the outside frame since the beginning of the year

View from Phnom Penh Tower

View from PP riverside

Aerial View

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Concreted in

At first glance I didn’t think anything happened in the last 3 months but on closer inspection the brick frame has been concreted in. Now there is a lot of concrete to look at.

View from Japanese Friendship Bridge

View from PP riverside

View from Diamond Island

Concreted

A crazy amount of concrete has been added to the Sokha Resort frame. This thing has the potential to be really ugly.

View from PP riverfront

View from north side of the construction.

View from PP riverside

View as approaching the construction site driving down Chroy Chang Va peninsula

Side view (same as can be seen from PP riverside)

Lots of concrete

Complete view of the backside while standing on the tip of the peninsula

Looking up the backside at the tip of the peninsula

Side view (same as can be seen from PP riverside)

Looking up the backside at the tip of the peninsula

Dredger responsible for piping sand to Boeng Kak lake hanging out at the tip of the peninsula

Cham people boats forming a community at the tip of the peninsula

Topped out

Sokha resort has topped out and the filling in begins.

View from Mekong View Tower

View from Mekong View Tower

View from Mekong View Tower with Mekong on the left

View from PP Riverside

Up close from PP riverside

View from Diamond Island (Koh Pich)

View from Mekong View Tower

View from boat close to shore

View from boat close to shore

Filling in the holes

Now the masons are hard at work filling in the walls with brick and mortar. The quality of the work is nothing special for Cambodia but I’m sure this hotel is going to be a spectacular sight in the end.

Driving south to Sokha Resort construction site on Chroy Chang Va Peninsula.

Driving south to Sokha Resort construction site on Chroy Chang Va Peninsula.

Driving south to Sokha Resort construction site on Chroy Chang Va Peninsula.

Looking up from the back side

There’s some uncertain construction at the tip of the Chroy Chang Va peninsula.

The backside of the construction

A few more floors

A few more floors now on the resort. Also, the riverside towards the Japanese bridge is being developed.

From Diamond Island

From south on PP riverside

From south on PP riverside

Riverside development

Riverside development

View from atop Phnom Penh tower

Another month

Not much change in the last month

View from Japanese friendship bridge

View from PP riverside north

View from PP riverside south

View from Diamond Island

View from higher up on the PP riverside