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Air Asia IndoChina Media FAM Trip to Bangkok

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Air Asia IndoChina Media FAM Trip to Bangkok

Air Asia Media FAM Trip to Bangkok on Sep 7-9 comprises of fellow journalists from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam.

Among those representing Cambodia are journalists from Phnom Penh Post, Fresh news, Reaksmey Kampuchea and Sabay News.

Air Asia Fam Trip brought these journalists to experience some of the best hotels & tourist destinations of Bangkok.

This included Four Points by Sheraton hotel, Bang Nampueng Floating Market, artificial island of Khung Bang Kachao, Wat Pho to find out the Secret of ‘Thai massage’, Asiatique Riverfront and its famous Brick Bistro restaurant, Chaktochak Weekend market, Kan We La Restaurant, and Heap Café with its two famous signatures beverage: coffee and green tea which are prepared with the use of liquid nitrogen and serve with milk & honey, There are also varieties of delicious cakes, brownies served.

By Nar ith Chap ,
Commercial Manager,
Phnom Penh Post inEnglish and Khmer
Post Media Co., Ltd.
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