Worldbridge Int’l Cambodia Ltd
Unit G02, Ground Floor, Hong Kong Center
108-112 St. Sothearos
Sangkat Chaktomok
Phnom Penh
Mr. Sear Rithy
[email protected],[email protected]
+855 (23) 224 452
+855 (23) 224 453

About Worldbridge Int’l Cambodia Ltd

WorldBridge opened our doors in 1992 and has since grown into a top choice for international partners in the Cambodian market. We have developed partnerships with major global brands and companies, bringing investment and contributing to economic growth in the Kingdom. Through relationships built on trust, transparency, and proven success, WorldBridge is considered a leading group in Cambodia’s ever-evolving economy.

Today, World Bridge Group has an international reputation for maintaining the highest standards of operational excellence and corporate social responsibility. In 2020, The Peak, a $580M (USD), 55-story three-tower complex, will bring the Shangri-La hotel and a new standard to the Phnom Penh skyline. The Palms, a $100M (USD) resort complex on the river, will also open in 2020. These projects continue the trend set by the World Bridge when launching The Bridge in 2018, a 45-story development in partnership with Oxley Singapore.

In addition to commercial success, WorldBridge Group actively pursues investments that build national industries and increase standards of living for ordinary Cambodians. WorldBridge is proud of our investment in the Kingdom’s first affordable housing development, SME development cluster, and green fleet management.

Neak Oknha Rithy Sear is the founder and chairman of WorldBridge International Group, which holds more than thirty companies across a diversity of sectors including logistics, property development, technology, food and beverage, media, hospitality, e-commerce, banking, and security. Born in Phnom Penh in 1972 to a Chinese Khmer family, Rithy survived the Khmer Rouge regime to build the WorldBridge group from the ground up. Rithy first began his company in logistics, and World Bridge joint ventures with CEVA and Kerry Logistics remain one of the group’s core functions