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Naga offers mobile massage to gamblers

Naga offers mobile massage to gamblers

NagaWorld Company, which is the sole licensed casino operator in Phnom Penh, has reportedly purchased 30 buses with seat massagers to ferry gamblers back and forth between the capital and Ho Chi Minh City.

Buses with the massage chairs, which also boast televisions, began running yesterday in an attempt to attract tourists to Cambodia, a NagaWorld official said.

“We have done marketing research [in Vietnam], and we hope there will be many guests,” Tuon Virak, assistant to the transportation manager of NagaWorld, said.

Service to Siem Reap and Sihanoukville is being planned.

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