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NagaWorld welcomes 2020 with countdown concert and fireworks

NagaWorld New Year Countdown with dazzling fireworks at Hun Sen Park in front of NagaWorld1. 31 December 2019, from 9:30pm, FREE for all!

It is the biggest night of the year. Head to the Hun Sen Park in front of NagaWorld1 this Dec 31 to be part of the ultimate New Year Countdown celebration with a star-studded outdoor concert for free starting at 9.30 pm.

There will be live performances from Cambodia’s top celebrities including famous pop idol Nico and acclaimed singer Sokun Nisa. Multi-talented Small World Small Band will also be performing their chart-topping mix of original songs.

Countdown together with the stunning Miss Cambodia finalists at the ‘Times Square of Phnom Penh’.

TV star Yim Nara, Cambodia’s Man of the Year 2019 Try Daravuth, Miss Universe Cambodia 2019 Samnang Alyna and Miss Cambodia 2017 Rern Nat are the emcees for this spectacular event, which will also feature a special showcase by stunning Miss Cambodia finalists and NagaWorld’s talented local and international performers. Be sure to stay till the end to experience a dazzling display of fireworks as the clock strikes 12 to welcome 2020.

As for a grand New Year’s Eve celebration before the Countdown, gather your loved ones at the award-winning 2Pangea, located at Level 2, NagaWorld2, to indulge in the longest buffet in the city plus a myriad of festive-themed chef’s offerings. From 5:30pm to 10pm. $38 per person, $19 for kids under 12 and free for under 5 year olds. Book your table now via +855 15 402 345 or email to [email protected]


Relish a grand New Year’s Eve dinner at 2Pangea (Level 2, NagaWorld2) with the longest buffet in the city!

As for the best indoor party experience, look no further than Darlin’ Darlin’ Music Lounge at NagaWorld1. Make sure to check out the New Year Countdown Party from 9pm till late which will be packed with electrifying live entertainment, great drinks promotions, exclusive free gifts and more!

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