Apsara dance - Cambodia Travel  Guide

Apsara dance - Cambodia Travel Guide

Apsara Dance is a traditional style of Khmer dance played by women (also called as Apsara fairies), sewn into the tight-fitting traditional dress, who perform elegant, sinuous gestures codified to narrate classical myths or religious stories [Read more]
Holiday and festivals in Cambodia

Holiday and festivals in Cambodia

Festival is always one of the most important parts of both cultural and emotional life to the people of every country. In this article, we would like to introduce you to the important national and regional festivals of Cambodia [Read more]
History of Cambodia

History of Cambodia

Although the topic related to the exact origin of Khmer groups is still an arguing issue, they are supposed to reside in the area together with their Mon relatives from northeast India or southwest China in around 2000 BCE.  [Read more]
Cambodian visa and travel documents

Cambodian visa and travel documents

Tourist visas issued by a Royal Cambodian Embassy abroad may appear to have a longer validity than one month. Their validity refers to time to enter Cambodia. The visa is valid for 30 days from the actual date of entry into Cambodia.  [Read more]
Shopping in Cambodia

Shopping in Cambodia

Shopping in Cambodia is a nice experience during traveling and further more that is the way you can support local economy and help to maintain the local traditional crafts.  [Read more]
Safe and security in Cambodia

Safe and security in Cambodia

By comparison to other major tourist destinations around the world, Cambodia is currently a fairly safe travel destination. Provincial destinations in Cambodia such as Siem Reap and Angkor temples are exceptionally safe by comparison.  [Read more]
Money matters in Cambodia

Money matters in Cambodia

The official currency of Cambodia is known as the riel and comes in denominations of 50, 100, 500, 1,000, 5,000, 10,000, 50,000 and 100,000 riel notes and there is no coin in circulation then. [Read more]
Health, medicals and safety in Cambodia

Health, medicals and safety in Cambodia

Before visiting Southeast Asia countries in general and Cambodia in particular, it would be better if you get necessary medications as well as suitable vaccinations which help protecting your health during the journey.  [Read more]
Cambodia geography and climate

Cambodia geography and climate

Being a part of the Indochina peninsula to the southwest and covering an area of 181,040 km. square, Cambodia is surrounded by Thailand and Laos on the north, Vietnam on the east, and the Gulf of Thailand on the west.  [Read more]
Food and drinks in Cambodia

Food and drinks in Cambodia

Travelers up country will generally find themselves limited to Cambodian cuisine or to the fairly ubiquitous baguette and paté. Due to the widely available and strong effects, Chinese food can be seen anywhere in Cambodia. [Read more]
Cambodian religion and belief

Cambodian religion and belief

Approximately 90 per cent of the Cambodian population follows Therevada or Hinayana Buddhism, though this is strongly overlaid with ancestor-worship and animist practices. Over the centuries Buddhist temples (wats) developed an important role in [Read more]
Cambodian people

Cambodian people

Nearly 85 per cent of the Cambodian people are involved in subsistence farming, living in small villages of stilted huts with exterior and partition walls made of palm mats and floors of woven bamboo strips resting on bamboo joists.  [Read more]
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