9 to Bangkok which could also lead Thai airlines to consider offering services on this route. When regular flights to Bangkok and Singapore to Sihanoukville begin, with other regional destinations to follow, the value of resort property in this area will increase significantly. The Cambodia’s three international airports received over 3.2 million passengers in the first six months of 2015, a 14 percent rise compared to the same period last year, according to the report of the Cambodia Airports on Saturday. Phnom Penh International Airport handled 1.5 million travelers during the January-June period this year, up 16 percent compared to the same period in a year earlier, Siem Reap International Airport accommodated 1.7 million passengers, up 11 percent, and Preah Sihanouk International Airport got 43,945 visitors, up 128 percent.Preah Sihanouk International Airport is capable to accommodate 700,000 travelers per year,according to officials. Rail.The railroad system connecting Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville has been restored andlaunched into operation for freight transport in late December, 2012. Passenger railservice fromSihanoukville toother parts of Cambodiaandbeyond is still not availablebut should be launched in operation as part of the Singapore-Kunming Rail Link(SKRL) by 2015-16. The Singapore Kunming Rail Link is a large scale infrastructuralproject aimed as connecting domestic rail networks in Southeast Asian countries suchas Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam to form a continuous link from Singaporeto Kunming China. Port. The Sihanoukville Port is Cambodia’s main deep water port. Located on the Bay of Thailand (the Bay of Cambodia) in the beach resort community of Sihanoukville. The Sihanoukville Port has grown to be the largest port in Cambodia, and the only deep water port. Servicing container ships, Naval ships, and cruise ships from around the world. Now, at 125 hectares, the port is continually undergoing expansion and improvement (almost finished now). The Sihanoukville Autonomous Port (PAS) is becoming a main entry point for tourists to Sihanoukville, coming on cruise ships from Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and Singapore. Many foreign warships also stop here for some R&R. Despite the cruise liner traffic, the Sihanoukville port still does not offer regular international passenger ferry connections to other countries nearby.