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NagaWorld showcases Cambodia’s best

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Catch PHARE – the famous Cambodian circus in SHOWTIME ASIA at NABA Theatre.

Usher in Khmer New Year with your loved ones at NagaWorld, where the best that Cambodia has to offer is available from now until April 21.

Indulge in the Royal Khmer Dinner buffet at The Pangea on Level 1 of NagaWorld for an amazing array of time-treasured Cambodian delicacies while being entertained with classic Apsara dance performances and traditional Khmer music. Open daily from 5.30pm, the buffet is available for only $18.99 per adult, $13 for children under 12 and free of charge for those under 5.

If you crave more Khmer signature dishes like Battambang-style baby pork rib soup, salt-baked whole river fish with rice noodles, roast beef with Khmer spices, Bitter Flower Salad with river prawns, Kampong Speu palm sugar steamed glutinous rice, just to name a few, visit selected NagaWorld food outlets.

Royal Khmer Dinner buffet with cultural performance at The Pangea, 5:30pm daily.

There is the Indochine on Level 1 of NagaWorld, The Vimean-CityWalk on the Ground Floor, and the Food Pavilion on the Lower Ground Level of Naga2, where classic Cambodian soups, salads, mains and desserts are especially prepared by award-winning chefs, priced from just $4.

For a truly memorable Khmer New Year celebration, take in the Kingdom of Wonder Highlight Show. It combines the best local and international talents and runs daily from 5pm at NagaWorld Lobby Stage. Glittering decorations will surely set you in the mood to take some selfies.

If sightseeing is desired, Golden Passage Destinations offers special package tours during the holiday period to key attractions around Phnom Penh that are worth exploring.

Khmer New Year special dishes from only $4 at selected NagaWorld restaurants.

What is a celebration without a party? Don’t miss the special Krama Parties at Darlin Darlin Music Lounge, featuring vibrant live performances, special promotions, fun games and more, on April 12 and 13.

The excitement doesn’t stop there. Drop by NABA Theatre at Naga2 for a brand new 60-minute live performance dubbed Showtime Asia that features over 50 international artistes. Starting on April 12, check out the extravaganzas from 8pm every Thursday to Monday. Tickets cost $25 each and are available at the NABA Theatre Box Office, or online at www.nagaworld.com. Choosing dinner and show ticket packages offer even greater savings.

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