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Uy Kuyteav & Yi Sang Restaurants exclusive VIP event @ Aeon Mall 2 Sen Sok City

Uy Kuyteav & Yi Sang Restaurants exclusive VIP event @ Aeon Mall 2 Sen Sok City Khmer Times    Share:        Luu Berly and her VIP guest at Uy Kuyteav & Yi Sang restaurants exclusive VIP event.  Photos by: Engly Tuy (Sakura)  Uy Kuyteav, the home of Cambodian herbs cuisine, has been serving up Cambodian dishes in a home-cooked style since opening the original outlet within World Dining, Aeon 1 in 2014. The opening of Uy Kuyteav Aeon Sen Sok City brings the total number in Phnom Penh to five. Almond Group wants to support Cambodian producers and showcase Cambodia’s heritage in this new restaurant. “Everything you see in the restaurant, from the lights to the floor tiles, was made in Cambodia,” said Almond Group General Manager Phal Leakhena. The original Yi Sang restaurant opened its doors on 08.08.2008 – an auspicious day in the Chinese calendar- within Almond Hotel on Sothearos Boulevard. Since then, the brand has led by example, serving fresh artisan dimsum and othe

Long-term strategy needed for tourism

Long-term strategy needed for tourism  Post Staff  | Publication date 04 July 2018 | 08:40 ICT Share From left: Piip Amarisara Jaturapat, the senior partner at Thalias; Luu Meng, president of the Cambodia Tourism Federation; and Ly Tayseng, CEO of Post Media, at the Cambodia Tourism Federation networking event on Tuesday.  Hong Menea The Cambodian tourism sector is set for more spectacular growth in the next few years, thanks to industry promotion and networking through the Cambodia Tourism Federation (CTF) and support from the Ministry of Tourism. The CTF president and co-chair of the Government Private Sector Working Group-B on Tourism, Luu Meng, said this at a CTF networking event in Phnom Penh on Tuesday with the theme, Stronger Together in Tourism. “Our country is known as the ‘Kingdom of Wonder’ because of its historical and natural richness. Our ultimate goal is marketing and bringing more people to experience our wonderful country. “But to do