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ACTOR TERENCE CAO’S SIBAY SHIOK SELLING CONDOS IN CAMBODIA

Local actor Terence Cao’s E-commerce platform, Sibay Shiok, is now starting to sell condominiums in Cambodia.

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This comes after the recent saga with fellow actor, Xavier Ong, who took to Facebook live under his own E-commerce platform, City Boy, to claim that Sibay Shiok who is owned by Cao and fellow artistes owes him about $13,000 to $15,000 in salary.

Upcoming development in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

In an Instagram post made by Cao, he mentions that they are now selling property overseas and they are apparently the ‘first group’ of Singaporean celebrity streamers to do so.

The freehold development, named Royal Platinum Condominiums is located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and it is an upcoming project.

It will be situated at the address ‘337 Toul Kork’ and features one and two bedder units between the size of 49.78 sqm to 111.36 sqm.

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According to his post, the prices for a unit starts from USD 95,000 which is approximately about SGD 127,725.

Netizens on his live stream appear interested to purchase

In a live stream hosted by Sibay Shiok, Cao and partner, Dawn Yeoh were in Cambodia where they showed the showroom flat of the development to their audiences via a showroom tour.

Based on comments shown in the comments section, there appears to be a number of people from the audience who appear interested in the units that the pair were selling.

These people were seen commenting that they want to get an apartment for investment, saying that they are interested and asking how to go about purchasing a unit and even asking for them to PM with details.

However, even though interest was shown, it is unknown if the interested few in the audience will really end up buying a property overseas through Sibay Shiok.

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Image source: 西北Shiok/Facebook, @terencecao_guohui/Instagram

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