Cambodia Airports has reopened the duty free outlets at Phnom Penh and Siem Reap international airports following a revamp and expansion of the retail area.
The duty free outlets – which are operated by travel retail specialist Dufry – have reopened with a new layout, design and product range.
In addition, the surface area of both stores has been significantly expanded to total 677sqm at Phnom Penh Airport and 571sqm Siem Reap Airport.
Andrew Guilfoyle, general manager of Dufry Cambodia Ltd, said: “The boutiques are instrumental in offering to passengers an exciting, inspiring and stimulating shopping experience.
“The products display has been re-profiled and showcase clear segments to help customers identity key categories as well as best sellers, new items, special promotions and gifting ideas.”
Meanwhile, following the renovations, the shops now offer a larger range of products.
These include an extended perfume and cosmetic range which now features Christian Dior, Hermès, Prada, Guerlain, Shiseido, and Estée Lauder.
The alcohol and tobacco product range has also been boosted with the addition of Laurent Perrier, Hennessy and Glenfiddich as well as Davidoff and Dunhill cigars.
Samork Sreng, commercial director at Cambodia Airports, said: “We are quite positive on the modern new look, organisation, and the larger selection of product ranges and expect the newly renovated Dufry shops to enhance our passengers shopping and travel experience.”
The two walk-through stores are located in the international boarding lounges of the respective gateways.
Along with the development of the retail areas, Cambodia Airports also plans to re-design its food & beverage outlets at both the international airports.