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EU ASEAN Business Council launches survey results 

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On September 9, the EUBC published the results of its second annual EU-ASEAN business sentiments survey. The survey’s findings affirmed ASEAN’s attractions as an investment and expansion target for the year ahead, with some questions remaining. 

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Thalias Newsletter September 2016

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Welcome to the September edition of Thalias Newsletter where we hope you’ll discover a little more of what we’ve been up to recently and what we plan to get up to soon. And also a little more about one of those seemingly simple things that always make every day look brighter and every table richer: goat cheese. We certainly can’t get enough of it, and once you try the artisanal goat cheeses we have at Khéma, well…


September is often a moment for new beginnings: new school terms, a new season (in some parts of the world), and new harvests meaning fresh new foods. We’re celebrating that at Malis with a special menu devoted to lamb, which blends one of the West’s favourite meats with Cambodia’s unique touch and flavours. Our Executive Chefs put a lot of thought and creativity into putting together these menus, and we hope you’ll enjoy it as much as we did. And we hope to see you soon.

Arnaud Darc, CEO Thalias
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Japub, the Secret Sushi Bar everyone is talking about

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We’re not really sure how much of a secret it is anymore, but if you haven’t discovered Japub yet, then you’re missing out on one of the quietly greatest, and smallest, Japanese restaurants that Phnom Penh has to offer.

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Kampong Thom; Sambar Prei Kuk and Preah Khan of Kampong Svay

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Travelling between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, most people breeze through Kampong Thom as quickly as they can. Which is good, because when you do stop to explore, there won’t be any crowds in the way, and there are at least two extremely good reasons to stop at Kampong Thom.

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