- Land Area：181,035 km²
- Coastline：443 km
- Population：16,449,519 (July 2018)
- Meidan Age：25.7
- Main Religion：Buddhism
- Language：Khmer, English, French
- Total GDP：22.09 billion USD (2017)
- GDP Growth：6.9% (2017)
- GDP Per Capita：1375.8 USD (2017)
Dara Sakor is a 360 km² L-shape development located along the southwest coast of Koh Kong Province, Cambodia, which lies along the Gulf of Thailand. The project is situated about 260 km to Phnom Penh, 560 km to Angkor Wat, and 60 km to Sihanoukville.
Dara Sakor has a Code 4E International Airport that is currently under construction and estimated to operate by 2021. This would reduce the average travelling time within ASEAN to about 2-3 hours and about 4-5 hours within East and Northeast Asia.
There would be a 100,000-ton international container terminal, a cruise terminal, a 2,000-ton cargo terminal and a yacht terminal. Developing Dara Sakor into a world class integrated land, sea and air passenger flow system and logistics services.
MODEL PROJECT OF THE BELT AND ROAD INITIATIVE
Dara Sakor was listed twice in 2016 and 2019 under the List of Key Projects for the Production Capacity and Investment Cooperation between Cambodia and China in the MOUs signed between the Council of the Development of Cambodia of the Kingdom of Cambodia and the National Development and Reform Commission of the People's Republic of China.
DARA SAKOR, Emerging, Liveable, Smart and Innovative Port City
Treasured White Beach
Fairyland on the Sea
Natural Oxygen Bar
Bin Bu Gai Reservoir
Create an eco & cultural distinctive coastal city image
Introduce High-value Industry such as Tourism, Business, R&D, etc.
Attract talents with the design of vibrant liveable living environment
International District approx. 100 km²
World Trade District approx. 60 km²
Future District approx. 200 km²
12 SUPER PROGRAMS
According to the overall plan, the project construction is running smoothly.
China and Singapore have carried out long-term and pragmatic cooperation in various fields and the intergovernmental projects have yielded fruitful results. As an important global trade center and financial hub, Singapore is actively participating in “The Belt and Road” construction. Third-party market cooperation is the new highlight between China and Singapore.
This project fully draws on the mature urban planning concepts of Singapore. China, Singapore and Cambodia actively share and learn from one another in areas of urban planning management, environmental protection, resource conservation, water management, waste disposal, sustainable development, and social harmony. Introducing advanced construction and development models into the project.