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Monday January 14th 2019

Singaporean PMET relocating to Cambodia and seeking some assistance

Hi Gilbert,

I came across an article posted on by Daniel in 2012, a Singaporean who relocated to Cambodia, and am curious if you would be able to link me up with him?

I am currently planning to relocate to Cambodia and will like to reach out to explore any job opportunities in his company.

I have experience working in telcos and have attached my resume for your reference.

Thank you for your time and hope to hear from you soon.



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2 Responses to “Singaporean PMET relocating to Cambodia and seeking some assistance”

  1. Tashi says:

    Dear Mr Yong,

    Please kindly allow me to add some comments and suggestions.

    Let begin to say that despite what others think of Cambodia or if they have been there or not, Cambodia is a very good and nice place to live and work.

    In recent years Cambodia have grown in many areas such as housing, transport, medical and of course food.

    Cost of living have not much increase and affordable, housing a new two bedroom with proper living room and FULLY Furnished from USD350 – USD450,
    Taxi is available by call or by apps.
    Food is abundance Chinese or otherwise, I love the chinese seafood inexpensive.

    Work you have to be very careful about the company you work with, remember ALWAYS insist on a contract stating what and what, ever though the law sometime are ????? but with at least a contract in stand a chance.

    Your salary would be in USD you can begin with asking for USD3000net, but now there is a new enforcement you will have to have a Visa and Work Permit, before it was flexible just Visa will do now it just came into effect.

    Telecom sector will be network operator; Smart, Mfone, Cellcard, etc… quite a few.

    There are many retail shops selling mobile phones.

    U can find work in Phnom Penh, and other cities.

    Always stay in an apartment we are all so tempted to stay in villa which is affordable too but too much little things you need and all raining floods, apartment is the safest with full security.

    Hope this information helps.

    Good luck to you Mr Yong.

    Best regards
    Tashi ( true blood Singaporean)

  2. Tashi says:

    Oh One more thing….also try Myanmar and Laos these are good markets for us. The local talents are not up to mark yet perhaps in the next 15 to twenty years.

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