23 July 2020
The Organizing Committee inform that the CAMFOOD/HOTEL 2020 and its co-located CAMCAFE 2020 which was scheduled for 22nd -24th October 2020 has been moved to a new date 20th-22nd May 2021. The venue remains unchanged at the Diamond Island Exhibition Centre, Phnom Penh.
The decision is taken at the advice of the Ministry of Commerce, Cambodia Tourism Federation, Cambodia Hotel Association, Cambodia Chef Federation and the Cambodia Restaurant Association. While the COVID 19 situation has improved in Cambodia, the implementation of social distancing and the restrictions on international travel will limit the overall experience and results of the Expo. 

This decision was made in the best interest of exhibitors, visitors, participants and delegates of the event. 
We look forward to a bigger and more successful event in 2021. 

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