Exterior done

Driving north on Monivong

Gazing up the back

View from Freedom Park

Arriving at the front from the north on Monivong

View up the front

Looking up

View from the north

Close up of the bottom

View from Chroy Chang Va

View from Chroy Chang Va

Rosewood buy-in

The luxury hotel chain Rosewood has recently decided to develop the top 14 floors. Aside from that, the exterior of Vatanac is almost finished.

View from Chroy Chang Va

View from North Monivong

View from just north of the tower

View from Freedom Park

View inside the under construction commercial area

Looks like Rosewood gets the ‘beak’ of the tower too

View from the north

Top view of the boot

Looking up at the beak

View from Monivong St. out front

View from Monivong St. out front

Looking up at the beak

View of the top end of the tower

View of the top end

Exterior almost finished

View from the ferry (crossing mekong from naga world)

Looking up from north Monivong (added a video screen at top now)

Close-up of the top (beak)

Looking up from railway station area

Shiny and filled in

Driving south on Monivong towards the tower

View from Japanese Friendship bridge

Looking up from Monivong in front

Driving south on Monivong towards the tower

View from Silk Island (Koh Dach)

Getting closer

The siding is almost complete now on Phnom Penh’s largest skyscraper

View from Phnom Penh tower

View from Phnom Penh tower

View from railway station (with OCIC, Canadia Tower)

Driving south on Monivong

Looking up at the tower

Siding is almost attached to the frame now.

View from top of olympic stadium

View from Boeng Kak lake

View from railway station

Front looking up

View from backside with OCIC (Canadia) tower next door

View from Japanese Friendship Bridge

Looking up the backside

Filling in

Exterior glass is creeping its way up Phnom Penh’s highest skyscraper.

View from Behind

Front View

View from behind in comparison to OCIC (Canadia) tower

View of the Boot

Boot (bottom) View

Front View

View from Boeng Kak lake (train station in foreground)

View from Boeng Kak (lake)

View from Boeng Kak (lake)

View from Japanese Friendship Bridge

View from Japanese Friendship Bridge

View driving south on Monivong

Side view

View driving south on Monivong

Front view (a bit more north up Monivong rd.)