Gift transferring service

Gift transferring service


Imagine that today is your friend or your lover’s special day, but you’re too busy to attend the party!

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This week, LIFT suggests a new service dedicated to helping you in your busy schedule, while keeping the birthday kid happy.  

As I was riding back from school, I noticed an advertisement on the back of a tuk-tuk. It advertised a ‘transferring gift service’ in Phnom Penh, called The GiftKh.

It was the perfect idea for my brother, whose girlfriend is having her birthday this week. He wants to surprise her, so I suggested the service to him.

The gift transferring service is new in the capital. It is a great assistance for those who can’t find the time to go gift shopping.

Meas Phanida, the owner of the gift shop, said: “We can deliver any gift the customer requests, in any time frame, and all of our gifts are in top quality.”

In order to transfer gifts, the customer fills in a form outlining the size, make, name of the receiver, address of the receiver, time and phone number.

The charge is usually $3 but depending on size or weight, the price can increase.

“$3 is not considered as a big amount of money at all compared to petrol and time that customers have to spend on travelling,” Phanida said.

She said if customers are very busy, they just need to call and the gift will arrive n the hands of the reliever immediately.

If you have no idea how to surprise your lover or your friends, contact The GiftKh and find out how they can assist you. It is located at No 144, Street 143, Sangkat BKK III, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh, or call them at (0)10 222 010.

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