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Find all-you-can-eat Raclette, plus more things to try in Phnom Penh this week

Open Wine Restaurant will be offering an all-you-can-eat Raclette menu next week to celebrate Switzerland’s national day. Varaine
Open Wine Restaurant will be offering an all-you-can-eat Raclette menu next week to celebrate Switzerland’s national day. Varaine

Find all-you-can-eat Raclette, plus more things to try in Phnom Penh this week

Whether you’ve been in Phnom Penh for a long or short while, there’s always something new to discover in the city, whether it’s hidden locales, new adventures, or unusual events. Check out three things we’ve picked out that are coming up this week: perhaps there’s something (or someone) new waiting around the corner.

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BAITONG FESTIVAL

A celebration of green spaces through workshops on how to be more environmentally friendly. On both Saturday and Sunday. Free entry.

Exchange Square, Street 160 and corner Street 51. July 29-30, 10am

SWISS NATIONAL DAY

All-you-can-eat Raclette offer for Switzerland’s national day.

Open Wine Restaurant, Street 19. August 1, 6pm-10pm

MEKONG SHADOWS BOOK LAUNCH

With contributions from a number of well-known Asia-based expat writers such as James Newman, John Burdett, John Daysh, Jim Algie, Steven W. Palmer, Tom Vater, and Mark Bibby Jackson, as well as contributions from Cambodian writers such as Kosal Khiev and Ek Madra.

The Plantation, #28 Street 184. August 3, 7:30pm-10:30pm

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