Hotel Party Night

Hotel Party Night

Prince D’ Angkor Hotel & Spa is hosting a New Year Gala Dinner , in the form of an International buffet with a lot of fun and drink in “the great outdoors.”

There is nothing as satisfying as a great meal with loved ones and have fun together until the count down by the mid-night over the biggest outdoor swimming pool in Siem Reap.

Cost is just $50  for a night which will transform into the high energy party of the year

A Filipino band will entertain with soft and rock music while the Apsara is waiting to bless attendees  on the stage during the repast.

It’s the time to meet people, enjoy the  moment, wash away the stress of the last year,  and bring in happiness for the coming year 2012.

Kiss loved ones and wish them a very happy New Year while the clock strikes 12.


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