New Menu at the restaurant – February 2022

New Menu at the restaurant – February 2022

New menu at Sala Baï restaurant for the next two weeks. Come and be part of the students’ training! Our reopening deal is still going on. Only 12$ for: 1 welcome drink (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) 1 full menu: Appetizer + Main course + Dessert Tea or coffee The students are looking forward to welcoming you! Read More

New Menu at the restaurant – mid-January 2022

New Menu at the restaurant – mid-January 2022

New menu at Sala Baï restaurant for the next two weeks. Come and be part of the students’ training! Our reopening deal is still going on. Only 12$ for: 1 welcome drink (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) 1 full menu: Appetizer + Main course + Dessert Tea or coffee The students are looking forward to welcoming you! Read More

Mocktail/cocktail recipes: Bonjour Cambodge, Frozen Margarita and Sala Baï Orange Love

Mocktail/cocktail recipes: Bonjour Cambodge, Frozen Margarita and Sala Baï Orange Love

On the occasion of B1G1's 'Business for Good Week' event, Sala Baï was able to conduct a live mocktail/cocktail workshop on July 16, 2021. Meas (restaurant student), Lin and Chanthorn (restaurant trainers) selected 3 recipes for that day: Mocktail - Bonjour Cambodge Classic cocktail - Frozen Margarita Signature cocktail - Sala Baï Orange Love Please find the cocktail recipes below and make them at home! Read More

Cooking recipe: Khmer Coconut Waffles with Chanthoeun CHIM

Cooking recipe: Khmer Coconut Waffles with Chanthoeun CHIM

Learn how to make Khmer Coconut Waffles with Sala Baï's bakery and pastry trainer, Mr. Chanthoeun CHIM. Ingredients for 5/6 waffles: 4 eggs 120g sugar 30g melted butter 100g wheat flour 100g coconut cream 150g fresh grated coconut 1 pinch of salt Bon appétit!   Read More

3 facts of the week: the dynamic life of Sala Baï

3 facts of the week: the dynamic life of Sala Baï

In Sala Baï, the 134 students remain in the dormitories after the temporary closure of the school on March 22th, following the decision of the Cambodian government.   Whatever are the circumstances, the individual monitoring of every student is always central for the Sala Baï team, even more during closure times. Social workers are supporting students every day, on the psychic and the health sides, and also in regard to the advancement of their professional project.   Physical activities are part of students' daily life and are used to support them. That is why social workers organize every week many sports… Read More

3 facts of the week: zoom on e-learning at Sala Baï

3 facts of the week: zoom on e-learning at Sala Baï

As well in Cambodia as in most countries of the world, the sanitary situation is rapidly evolving and pushes the Sala Baï team to adapt to the context. On March 22th, the school closed temporarily following the governmental decision to close all schools in the country. Despite this closure, all students remain in the dormitories to respect health measures and be trained in the best conditions: online learning, individual monitoring by social workers, social life with their friends, sports, and cultural activities.   Since last year, trainers and social workers have been accustomed to online working. Thus, they have been… Read More

3 facts of the week: Sala Baï goes greener

3 facts of the week: Sala Baï goes greener

We can't stop saying it, fruits and vegetables are growing bigger and bigger in the garden managed by students. What was just a few months ago a wildland is now a fully developed garden. A great example of the success of agroecological methods!   Students are more than ever invested in this project. In addition to their online courses, they go every day in small groups in the garden to maintain and watch the growing plants. They are all very proud to eat at dinner the fruits of their labor.    This week, students harvested their first seeds (flowers, red… Read More

Joseph Ryan – Running in support of Sala Baï students (week 2)

Joseph Ryan – Running in support of Sala Baï students (week 2)

Sala Bai 180km Week 2 Joseph Ryan is still running 10km every day to support the students. Please read his words below: "After week 1 was completed, and the excitement had settled, I reflected on the learning curves so far: don’t BBQ myself by running at lunch time and make sure I stretch so I don’t walk like a penguin the following morning. With my hamstring feeling tight and my calf occasionally threatening cramp, I felt that I needed to rely less on my mistakes and more on expert advice, so I reached out to Sam McGoun, ‘Mr 1850km’ himself,… Read More

Joseph Ryan – Running in support of Sala Baï students (week 1)

Joseph Ryan – Running in support of Sala Baï students (week 1)

Sala Bai 180km Week 1 Joseph Ryan is pursuing his challenge in support of Sala Baï students! He has few words for you below: "Inspired by other members of the Touch Sala Bai team, following Sam McGoun’s vastly impressive 1850 run, cycle and swim, as well as Faye and Camille’s equally applaudable 40km walk for Sala Bai, I decided to mark my return to Singapore with a personal challenge of my own: Run 180km to encourage others to sponsor Sala Bai.   For the last year I was in lockdown in Malaysia, spending most of my time in front of… Read More

New Menu at the restaurant – March 2021

New menu at Sala Baï restaurant for the next two weeks. Come and be part of the students’ training! Our reopening deal is still going on. Only 12$ for: 1 welcome drink (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) 1 full menu: Appetizer + Main course + Dessert Tea or coffee The students are looking forward to welcoming you! Read More

Joseph Ryan – Running in support of Sala Baï students (introduction)

Joseph Ryan – Running in support of Sala Baï students (introduction)

Joseph Ryan set himself a challenge in support of Sala Baï students! He has a few words to share with you and introduce his project: Greetings!   I hope you are well and staying safe during these bizarre times!   During a year where many have taken up a string of new hobbies, I am going to use mine to try and do some good. I am going to attempt to run over 180km for charity in March.   Despite having arthritis affecting my joints since I turned 21, I took up running during the lockdown, something I have eternally… Read More

New Menu at the restaurant – mid-February 2021

New Menu at the restaurant – mid-February 2021

New menu at Sala Baï restaurant for the next two weeks. Come and be part of the students’ training! Our reopening deal is still going on. Only 12$ for: 1 welcome drink (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) 1 full menu: Appetizer + Main course + Dessert Tea or coffee The students are looking forward to welcoming you!   Read More

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