Due to the short class time, in order to facilitate pick-up and drop-off, parents mainly consider the proximity to their homes, so the schools are small in scale, and most of them are located in the city center with convenient transportation, especially in Wanjinggang District, where expatriates gather. It is a first-level theater of international schools. There are relatively few choices for middle school and above, but the scale is large, the school building covers a large area and is novel, and most of them are located in the newly developed suburbs. Some of them advertise the International Baccalaureate program, and students can directly connect to foreign universities after graduation.
International famous schools and gated villa communities complement Image Manipulation Service each other and are one of the high-end real estate development models in Phnom Penh. Under the huge demand for international education both locally and abroad, the number of international schools continues to grow and gradually develops to the suburbs. Of course, there are also good and bad phenomena, and some schools only have names that are internationalized. Therefore, in order to pursue a real international education, many local parents have worked tirelessly, invested in transportation costs, and survived traffic jams.
They spend two or three hours a day commuting their children to and from the city center and sending their children to international schools. The gathering of expatriates from Phnom Penh drives a vigorous and diverse international education and forms an international ecosystem that is unique within the country. For two middle-class families in Taiwan and Cambodia, the scale of migration is worlds apart in pursuit of a "global mentality". What Taiwanese families seek for thousands of miles, Cambodian families can achieve it in just 20 kilometers.