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Thalias Newsletter October 2019

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September was of full of new projects at Thalias and we have plenty to share with you this month.


First, I am proud to announce that, after weeks of preparation, we officially inaugurated the Thalias Assessment Center for Food Production in Phnom Penh. Thanks to the creation of a partnership between Thalias Co Ltd, ASSIST Mekong and the National Committee for Tourism Professionals of the Ministry of Tourism, this new Center aims to create the context and structure for recognising and awarding professional certification for hospitality skills.


Following this same passion for food and cuisine, our team at Topaz has a very special gourmet offer for our guests this month; and Khéma has developed a brand new menu featuring original dishes that you will be able to enjoy very soon at all Khéma outlets. This menu looks stunning and I heartily recommend a read below to see what lies in store.

Finally, I am pleased to announce that Ms. Sambo NOV, who is already part of the Thalias family, has been appointed as the new General Manager of Malis Phnom Penh restaurant. I'm wishing her lots of success and happiness in this new job!


Yours sincerely,
Arnaud Darc,
CEO and Chairman Thalias Hospitality Group

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Developing the Skills of the Future

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Last month, Thalias was delighted to be part of the launch of a new initiative that will operate out of our own premises at Topaz on Norodom Boulevard. The Thalias Assessment Center for Food Production has been created to address the critical lack of formal skills training in the hospitality industry in Cambodia. This skills formation and recognition deficit has grave implications not only for industry, but also for the hundreds of thousands of workers whose ability to achieve their potential is impaired.

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Natural Therapy at Hanchey Bamboo Resort

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On the banks of the Mekong in the heart of Kampong Cham province, a secluded resort made of bamboo offers a natural, spiritual retreat from the hustle of city life, with a sustainable, socially conscious ethos.

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Discover the Sosoro Museum in Phnom Penh

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In April this year, a museum dedicated to the history of money in Cambodia opened up in Phnom Penh’s old colonial district. In a renovated building that shares a block with the National Bank of Cambodia and the building of the former Banque de l’Indochine, sitting just north of Preah Ang Duong Street, the Sosoro Museum sets out to describe 2000 years of Cambodia’s monetary history.

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