Siem Reap treasure hunt

Siem Reap treasure hunt

The Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort is organising an Easter treasure hunt this Sunday across the 6-hectare property in what they’re calling fun-family-friendly event together.

According to Marketing Coordinator Gaelle Bigeard, families are being asked to gather at 2:30pm at the Royal Court Terrace at Sofitel Siem Reap for a treasure hunt that will last between 90 minutes and two hours.  

“The activities will lead all the participants to a surprise treasure which will surely delight the small ones as much as their parents,” Bigeard said.

The price is $10 for parents and $5 for children, and children must be accompanied by an adult to participate in the event. To book reservations for the event, people may contact Gaelle Bigeard at [email protected] or by telephone at 093 813 834.

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