Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

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Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby oldmariner » Thu Dec 14, 2017 10:02 am

If you live in Sihanoukville, are you tired of being thrown out of your house/apartment so casino/gambling workers can be moved in, tired of the traffic congestion or have a boat/jetski on a trailer you can't launch? If you live in Phnom Penh, do you have a boat/jetski you can only use on the polluted rivers there? Than Ream River Bungalows is for you.

Located about 300 meters from the Hwy #4 bridge. Nice/large restaurant next door that has a covered dock with food service. (inexpensive food). Land fronts on the Ream River. Boat launch ramp with floating docks planned. Two bedroom/two WC with two car/one car-one boat trailer garage with enclosed lockable option. Secure walled in compound.

A friend of mine is building myself and a friend two of these bungalows. The owner will only build seven more. Once you have signed a lease contract he will build your bungalow in just over two months with two floor plans available. After these seven are leased, there are no more. My and my friends bungalows were started two days ago. The owned will be building a get-away/holiday house for himself at the back of the land.

Lease is $500 a month and $550 with enclosed/lockable garage. The Sihanoukville airport is just minutes away for that shopping trip to Kuala Lumpur (airasia) or a quick trip to Phnom Penh (JC Intenational Airlines.) The Village of Ream is just down the road also. Ream Park is minutes away using your boat or jetski. The river is fresh water so no saltwater marine growth on your boat. To my knowledge there is only one boat launch ramp in Sihanoukville and its on Independence beach. Live here and launch your boat and be on the river in minutes (floating docks planned.)

Would be great for people living in Phnom Penh with a boat on a trailer. Use as a weekend/holiday get away. Be able to safely store/dock you boat during the work week and drive to Ream (or fly to the Sihanoukville airport) and be on the river/ocean the same day. Close to Sihanoukville, but away from the nasty casino's and traffic congestion. Very quiet area. Would be a great retirement home (like I'm doing) with boating/fishing options. (I hear there is good mangrove-jack fishing on the river.) as I said, mine and a friends is being built right now and when the other seven are leased/abuilding, there will be no more. BTW/ I receive nothing for this, I just would like some nice neighbors that are into boats/jetskis.

You can PM me or Contact Ly Hout at 016589689, or he owns the car repair shop by the small market(Sihanoukville), down the side street from Charley Harpers Bar. (Tell him Grandfather sent you.)
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Re: Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby oldmariner » Tue Jan 23, 2018 10:09 am

Foundations are in and walls going up on the first five two bedroom bungalows at Ream River bungalows. Only two left for lease. Should be done by March 1. Picture of river at front of complex. I can't wait to launch my alum boat and go mangrove-jack fishing and exploring. Each bungalow has a covered garage so I can store my boat and its trailer under cover, and my motorcycle or car. Also really nice restaurant next door that has a long covered dock for dining.


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Re: Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby oldmariner » Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:45 am

Walls going up (Feb 8), Should be ready April 1. Can't wait to move in and get away from Chinaville (Sihanoukville) Chinese invasion and traffic congestion/dust, and do some fishing on the Ream.
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Re: Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby oldmariner » Tue Mar 13, 2018 9:05 am

Ream Bungalow project coming along nicely. First 5 due for completion mid-April (2 available), 4 more across the compound just started. Good/inexpensive restaurant next door with dining on their covered dock. Airport just minutes away.
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Re: Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby Baconroll » Tue Mar 13, 2018 9:59 am

flight radar 24 app has up to 18 flights a days in and out of SHV airport, mist be a great location for plane spotters
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Re: Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby YaTingPom » Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:38 pm

I’d rather that than live next to that bore.
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Re: Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby oldmariner » Wed Mar 14, 2018 10:50 am

Its not in the flight path so don't see any airplanes. I like that I will be able to drive my car a couple minutes to the airport, hop on a flight to PP, SR, or Kuala Lumpur and in under two hours be in a big city. Good restaurant next door and will be able to take my boat up and down the river and to the ocean to fish.
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Re: Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby oldmariner » Tue Apr 03, 2018 10:15 am

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Getting closer to completion. Hope to move in before May 1. Can't wait to explore/fish the Ream river in my boat and get away from the congestion, dust, sewage-in-the-streets and filth of Chinaville (Sihanoukville.)
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Re: Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby YaTingPom » Sat Jun 02, 2018 3:27 pm

How’s the house now then? (Serious question not trolling)
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Re: Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby ricecakes » Tue Jun 12, 2018 5:19 pm

Speaking of fishing, caught my PB snakehead on lure last sat am just outside Hanoi. It was 38c , no breeze and 100% humidity ( queue ; Hanno telling me that is not possible :grin: ) so fuckin unpleasant conditions but what a great result...


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Re: Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby logos » Wed Jun 13, 2018 3:24 am

Can you actually eat that thing ?
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Re: Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby ricecakes » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:33 am

Yes they are excellent eating.these are the same fish you see being bbqd roadside in Cambodia with a bamboo splint around them.
I'm catch and release though.
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Re: Ream River Houses/Bungalows-Sihanoukville

Postby ricecakes » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:38 am

Yes they are excellent eating.these are the same fish you see being bbqd roadside in Cambodia with a bamboo splint around them.
I'm catch and release though.

These are called Pacu and are considered the Freshwater GT as they go like the clappers when hooked;

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Even catfish are good on lures..

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