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The creative duo behind the ‘Hot Pot and Mongolian Hat’ ambience

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The creative duo behind the Hot Pot and Mongolian Hat ambience

Recently we opened up a new avenue for foodies, dubbed as the ‘Hot Pot and Mongolian Hat’ dining experience. Located behind Inguru restaurant, this scenic venue provides a novel communal dining system of the Far Eastern delicacies. But let’s not forget the fine features of the mural wall embellished by tribal art and design, thanks to top upcoming artists Lisa Mam and Peap Tarr.

Name: Lisa Mam Origin: Phnom Penh, Cambodia Lisa is a pioneer of Cambodian Urban art & a rising star on the scene. A true trailblazer of the urban art movement, she specializes in Khmer Graffiti /Street Art and also the creativeness of the future Khmer Urban movement to be seen all around the world which she believes will help boost urban Khmer Art.

Name: Peap Tarr Origin: Auckland, New Zealand & Phnom Penh, Cambodia In more recent times Peap has been able to merge his art with a business side having been able to spark a new Urban Art movement in Phnom Penh Cambodia alongside his partner Lisa Mam who have both brought new international attention to themselves and a focus to Phnom Penh Cambodia where they both reside and create. Point blank-Peap’s version of street art is truly unique. Working almost exclusively in black and white, Peap’s tribal patterns take as much influence from his New Zealand heritage as they do from his Cambodian heritage.

Follow them on Instagram and Tumblr to check out their work! Instagram: @peaptarr & @lisa_mam_art Tumblr: //peaptarrone.tumblr.com/

About Kuramathi Island Resort

Kuramathi is one of the first resorts to open in the Maldives and is part of Universal Resorts of Universal Enterprises Private Ltd, a 100% Maldivian owned company, and the pioneers of tourism in the Maldives.

An emerald jewel in the turquoise Maldivian waters, Kuramathi is a stunning island retreat with acres of luxuriant vegetation surrounded by spectacular beaches tapering into an endless sandbank. Villas blend contemporary design and nature, and are set on the beach, amongst lush gardens or over water. Four poster beds, open-air bathrooms, rainfall showers or Jacuzzi, large outdoor decks with inviting daybeds or sun loungers, are just some of the creature-comforts enjoyed by our guests. Dining options are diverse with many restaurants, bars and great-value all inclusive packages, topped off with Maldivian service – welcoming, genuine and friendly.

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