All posts by: Christine Rozier

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Grand Opening of our new showroom in Vientiane

The grand opening of Tricontinental Hospitality’s new headquarters in Laos took place on January 27. We invite you to visit our new offices and showroom in Ban Kham Ngoi, Saysettha district, Vientiane. To kick off this new page, suppliers and customers joined our team to celebrate the event. We were particularly pleased to welcome Paola […]

LaoSafe Piloted in Vientiane Capital

Source: Laotian Times. 24 Dec. 2021   Following the recent approval of the LaoSafe programme from the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism (MICT), this health and hygiene programme for the tourism and hospitality sector is undergoing piloting in Vientiane Capital. LaoSafe comprises a series of health and hygiene standards […]

The Academy Training Hotel and Restaurant opens for business

©Love-Laos.  The Academy Training Hotel and Restaurant Opens The Academy Training Hotel and Restaurant in Vang Vieng opened in April 2021 and is now welcoming guests for overnights stays, meals and hosting meetings and workshops. The Academy is part of Vientiane Province Technical College, offering students of tourism and hospitality programmes a unique practical training environment in the heart […]

We go digital!

In light of the resurgence of contamination in our two host countries, Cambodia and Laos, our teams will be working from home in accordance with the safety measures recommended by the respective governments. Our offices and showrooms are temporarily closed both for the protection of our staff and our visitors, but thanks to technology, we […]

Bistro chair, the birth of French design. (French language)

Icône Outdoor : Chaise Bistro, la naissance du design à la française Par Jean-Christophe Camuset ©IDEAT. (05/04/2021) Comment une chaise mise au point en 1889 reste-t-elle un best-seller 130 ans plus tard ? IDEAT vous raconte l’histoire la Bistro, icône de l’art de vivre à la française. La chaise Bistro a le même âge que la Tour […]

The “Kimsan twins”: A taste of Khmer cuisine at its finest

Passionately cooked by the famous “Kimsan twins”, Sombok restaurant in Phnom Penh is perfect not only for locals but for all nationalities who love to see creativity while tasting authentic Khmer cuisine. The name “Sombok” is a local term that means “nest” and conveys the care and nourishment that the all-woman team in the restaurant […]

Khmer dishes served in a refined way

Slow-cooked honey-barbecued free-range chicken with fire ants as a condiment and water mimosa salad with herbs and peanuts was once served daily at Cuisine Wat Damnak on a tranquil street behind the eponymous Siem Reap pagoda. Every day of the week, they would serve Mekong langoustine (these langoustine are giant freshwater prawns rather than lobsters) […]

T-MARK, the largest 5-stars resort in Vang Vieng

The T-Mark Resort Vang Vieng, held its grand opening only last December. A magnificent luxury hotel, filled with exquisite artwork and a modern ensemble amidst a hectare of lush gardens, the hotel is a true urban sanctuary located on the banks of the Song River, only a stone’s throw from Vang Vieng’s well-known natural and […]