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Phnom Penh & Leisure: Just a few steps away from Khéma La Poste

We are thrilled to announce that the much-anticipated initiative to make the heart of Phnom Penh pedestrian-friendly has been officially launched! Plans are in place to launch the project early next month, with a view to completion by the end of 2024.  The Khéma La Poste restaurant is directly concerned, as it is planned that the esplanade, designated as Zone 1 by the Phnom Penh municipality, will become pedestrianised. This designated Zone 1 extends from Rue 94 in the north to Rue 106 in the south, and from Rue 13 in the west to Sisowath Quay in the east. This area is set to become a vibrant pedestrian street, promising a mix of culinary delights and shopping. The project is scheduled to start in early May 2024 and is expected to be completed before the 2025 New Year celebrations.  Mr Sam Piseth, Director of Phnom Penh’s Department of Public Works and Transport, has already given a detailed overview of the pedestrian street project, which will be divided into three distinct zones covering a total area of 57 hectares.  The second zone, also destined to become a popular street, is bounded by Rue 106 to the north, Rue 184 to the south, Rue 13 to the west and Sisowath Quay to the east. This zone is going to be a hive of cultural vibrancy and creative expression, with pop-up events and street performances taking place all year round. The third pedestrian zone, which is going to be a leisure area, is bounded by Rue 184 to the north, Boulevard Sihanouk to the south, Rue 07 to the west and Sisowath Quay to the east. This zone is going to be an amazing leisure and relaxation area right in the heart of the city! It’ll have lots of green spaces and recreational activities for everyone to enjoy.  Réserver une table au Khéma La Poste: Subscribe to Thalias Newsletter :