Siem Reap is an important cultural destination for tourists from all over the world, and due to its proximity to Angkor Wat, it is the biggest tourist draw in Cambodia. From June 29 to July 2 Sokha Siem Reap Resort & Convention Center hosted its first Indian wedding reception, a magnificent wedding with more than 600 attendees. “Guests were welcomed at the airport with a Khmer Trot dance and at Sokha Siem Reap Resort &Convention Center with a Monkey and Chhayyam dance. Guests were wowed by the themes the Sokha team presented, including spectacular backdrops, decorations and entertainment especially for the Indian wedding”, said Kun Thanet, regional director of sales. Ingo Gero Rauber, regional general manager, said: “The wedding allowed both the bride’s and groom’s families, as well as our team to experience extraordinary cultures. I believe this is a good start for many big events that we can host in the future.” “We are very satisfied with what we were able to achieve for this wedding, as it was highly detailed. With the support from our talented chefs and catering teams, this new facility is what the wedding market has been asking for. Siem Reap, a beautiful city, has real potential to become a new wedding destination in Asia,” said Hang Vannak, general manager of Sokha Siem Reap.
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Sokha Hotel Group has more than 10 years of experience in handling small and large conferences for local and international markets, ensuring that conference planners receive a truly authentic Khmer experience. Sokha Hotels manages Convention facilities in Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Thansur Bokor Highland Resort at Bokor Mountain, and in Kampot and Siem Reap. Photos supplied
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