Himawari Hotel Apartments once again played host to “Shiok Biz” night last Friday, a monthly networking event meant to foster better cooperation between Singaporean business community in the Kingdom.
Himawari Hotel Apartments once again hosted its Piano Masterworks by the Mekong, the fifth of the series, at its grand ballroom on Sunday.
It has been 18 years since Himawari Hotel Apartments first opened its doors in Phnom Penh. Last week, it hosted a grand Guest Appreciation Event at its Sunflower Ballroom to mark the anniversary.
Himawari Hotel Apartments hosted a grand Guest Appreciation Event at its Sunflower Ballroom to commemorate its 18th anniversary on Friday.
In the spirit of Christmas, Singapore Club Cambodia held its “Joy of Giving” Christmas party at Himawari Hotel Apartments on December 18.
To make everyone feel the spirit of Christmas even before December 25, Himawari Hotel Apartments held its annual Christmas Fair on December 15 and 16.
Khmer Times Group celebrated its 4th anniversary on Saturday at the Himawari Hotel Apartments in Phnom Penh.
The team from St John’s Ambulance Phnom Penh, last Sunday, became the first runners-up in the overseas category of the Inter-Corps First Aid and Home Nursing Competition.
On Saturday Himawari Hotel Apartments commemorated #Connect2Earth, Earth Hour, by turning off non-essential lights for two hours from 8:30PM to 10:30PM.
On Friday Himawari Hotel Apartments management, staff and guests gathered to celebrate Chinese New Year by watching lion dance performances to usher in the year of the dog.
St John Phnom Penh’s zone presidents, officers and members gathered for a year-end party to celebrate their achievements over the previous year.
The British Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia together with Himawari Hotel Apartments, Saint John Phnom Penh and the British Embassy Phnom Penh organised a solemn, meaningful and touching Remembrance Day service.
The St. John Day award ceremony was held on Saturday at the Himawari Hotel Apartments to recognise the efforts of members and officers of the St. John Phnom Penh Corp.
Police are looking for the suspects who strangled an as yet unidentified man and dumped his body into the Mekong River over the weekend.