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French Chamber of Commerce organizes National Day in Siem Reap on July 14

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There will be a French National Day celebration in Siem Reap. Supplied

French Chamber of Commerce organizes National Day in Siem Reap on July 14

French community and francophones will join together to celebrate the French National Day in Siem Reap on 14 July 2019, with the presence of Her Excellency Eva Nguyen Binh, Ambassador of France to Cambodia.

The French Chamber of Commerce of Siem Reap has organised an evening event with a BBQ buffet, a lucky draw with many gifts, including flight tickets from Siem Reap to Hong Kong for two people and a dance floor with DJ Mikhail in The Passage.

The venue is the beautiful colonial-style alley between Khéma Angkor and Bred Bank. The event starts at 6.00pm and ends at 12.00am.

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Tickets are now available the following places:

• Khéma Angkor: Achar Sva Street, Corner Street 22 Siem Reap, Siem Reap (call: 015 416 888)

• Maison Sirivan: 12 Hup Guan Street, Kandal Village, Siem Reap (call: 017 731 107)

Entrance fee for adult pre-sales ticket is $18, while on-site tickets are priced at $20. Tickets for children under 12 years old is $10. A table of 10 can also be purchased at $150. Each adult ticket comes with one drink, food and a lucky draw ticket. Additional lucky draw tickets can be purchased for $2 each.

All profits will go to The French School of Siem Reap (EFSR in French) managed by an association of parents. It welcomes students from the first level to high school and has been homologated by the French Ministry of National Education.

More information on the French National Day celebration can be obtained by sending an email to [email protected].

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