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Cambodian Wood Carver

During its peak the city of Angkor was a mega city supporting a population of 1 million within its borders with a complex system of temples and religious monuments. It is difficult to appreciate that the area has always had a thriving community of locals that call Angkor Wat home given the hordes of tourists…

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Cambodian Wood Carver

Cambodian Sugar Palm Juice

 The mood for a sweet and refreshing cold drink?  We recommend grabbing a cup of fresh sugar palm juice to cool down on a hot day in Cambodia. Cambodians are amazing at utilizing their surroundings in everyday life. Sugar Palm trees provide wood for many things such as large boats or even small chopsticks, the…

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Sugar Palm Juice

Cambodian New Year

Cambodian New Year is a special nationwide holiday, so we’ve got all the info you need to know. In 2015, this holiday will begin with New Year’s Day – Monday, April 13th- and will last until Thursday the 16th. So now you may be thinking “New Year in April? Yup, New Year in April. Cambodians…

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Cambodian New Year

Traditional Cambodian Clothing

Traditional Cambodian garments are like many other aspects of Cambodian culture: rich and vibrant. Cambodian clothing is tends to be very bright and beautifully embroidered. The styles have lasted throughout time since the Khmer Empire, and can be seen in present day Cambodia. The sampot is the most common article of clothing. An array of…

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Traditional Cambodian Clothing

5 Must Try Cambodian Snacks

Water Beetles I know, it’s scary even to get rid of a beetle you find in your home, but trust me, it is different here in Cambodia. The beetles are clean…and tasty! The female water beetles are much meatier, and are therefore sold at a higher price. The male water beetles have a pointy black…

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Cambodian Snacks

The Cambodian Water Festival

Bon Om Touk is a second largest Cambodian ceremony after Cambodian New Year and it is an exciting celebration that occurs once a year in Cambodia. Bon Om Touk, also known as the Cambodian Water Festival, celebrates the reversal of the Tonle Sap River. The Tonle Sap River reverses twice a year, lining up with…

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Cambodian Water Festival