Asian property developer Hongkong Land invited members of the media from many places to visit their new building called The Exchange Square.
The event was inaugurated by Phoeurng Sackona, the Minister of Culture and Fine Arts, by lighting of traditional lamp.
The Singapore Club Cambodia supported by the Singapore Embassy organised a National Day event for Singaporeans at Building A at the Koh Pich Exhibition Centre.
Tim Ho Wan is a famous dim sum restaurant popular with the people of Hong Kong for its delicious food and cheap prices
CIMB Bank in partnership with Manulife Cambodia held a press conference to launch HomePro, a home loan product, in addition to a life insurance service worth $50,000.
Angkor Premium Beer, one of the most loved beers in Cambodia, has again partnered with the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia to become a supporter of our national athletes for 29th Southeast Asian Games.
Park Café hosted the grand opening after renovations of their outlet at Santhormuk.
The Park Café and the Educational Development Institute hosted an event themed “What to prepare for doing business”.
Movie Animation Park Studios, Asia’s first animation theme park has a successful soft opening welcoming more than 40,000 guests in the first week.
Tiger Beer and the WWF are celebrating Global Tiger Day and helping to fight the illegal tiger trade by being part of #3890Tigers.
A gala dinner and light cocktails were served to Asean Media and Bloggers at Le Meridien Putrajaya Millennium Grand Ballroom where guests were treated to a performance and singer Ismail Izzani.
Homestay Kampung Labu Kubong is about 15 kilometres from the town of Kuala Kangsar in Perak state, north of Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia Tourism took the media and bloggers group to visit the AirAsia headquarters in Putrajaya where they were welcomed by Aireen Omar, the CEO of AirAsia.
The NTU Alumni Association hosts a reunion event inviting all colleagues who graduated from NTU in Singapore.
The Asean Media Bloggers Tourism Hunt 2017 was organised by Tourism Malaysia and about 20 Proton cars took the group from Kuala Lumpur to many cities in Malaysia plus a visit to the famous Batu Caves.
The Media and Bloggers team went to Ipoh City where they had a traditional dinner at the Nasi Vanggey Restaurant and a warm welcome by Dato Nolee Ashilin Binti Mohammed Radzi.
France has strengthened its role of helping local textile workers through a financial contribution to set up health and early childhood services with French NGO Planète Enfants et Développement.
The Asean Media and Bloggers team saw local handicrafts made from clay at Labu Sayong, a small village in Perak famous for a traditional earthenware and gourd-shaped jars for keeping drinking water cool.
All the participants from 10 Asean countries visited the Sultan Abdul Samad building, one of the city’s most enduring attractions.
Tourism Malaysia hosted the second edition of the Asean Media Bloggers Tourism Hunt 2017 last week. A total of 50 prominent media and bloggers from the 10 Asean countries participated in the event.