French Cambodian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIFC) organised a special event on July 13 to mark Bastille Day. In association with the French Embassy in Cambodia, French associations and sponsors, it held its second annual Bastille Day event on Koh Pich, attracting more than 1,300 guests. French nationals residing in or travelling in Cambodia were invited to the event, but also people of other nationalities who enjoy a taste of France in a friendly atmosphere. The night started off with an aperitif and a French traditional meal was served to each table, after which the revellers enjoyed live music, dancing, a lucky draw, and a play area for children. Photos by Chhim Sreyneang
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