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Chaul Chnam Thmey translates to Khmer New Year, which literally means “Enter the New Year”. Khmer New Year celebrations last for three full days. This year, those days are the 14th, 15th, and 16th of April. People in the world always say New Year celebrate their happy...lire plus
Welcome to April’s edition of the monthly events roundup. Each month, we feature the latest (and greatest) Siem Reap events. So check back regularly to get the latest updates about upcoming events in town! This month’s events ‘spring’ into action with family-friendly...lire plus
Cambodian sour soup is not what it sounds like. Really wish there was a better English translation for “samlor machu” which is Khmer (the language spoken in Cambodia) for “sour soup.” It’s really not THAT sour and there’s a lot more going on besides just the sour...lire plus
Angkor Archaeological Park is by far the most popular tourist destination in Cambodia, and perhaps in all of Southeast Asia. It was once the largest city in the world, and the remaining historical significance of the park’s network of ancient ruins has earned it...lire plus
Each month, we feature the latest and best Siem Reap events. Public holidays International Women’s Day, March 8: Take part in this global campaign for gender parity. For more information on how to get involved, find ideas here https://www.internationalwomensday.com/...lire plus
When traveling overland from Bangkok, you will enter Cambodia through the Poipet border crossing. Overland travel from Bangkok to Siem Reap is pretty straightforward. Read the following and you will feel confident to do the 465km long journey without running into any...lire plus
The official ticket office for the Angkor Archaeological Park Unless you are Cambodian, you must possess an admission pass, often called Angkor Pass, to visit the temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park. The Angkor Pass is also valid for some other monuments in the...lire plus
Siem Reap is one of those destinations that needs no further introduction or advertisement. It is so widely known that, naturally, its most famous landmark, the great and ancient temple of Angkor Wat has been crowned as the top landmark by travel website Tripadvisor,...lire plus
Chinese new year celebrations, also known as Spring Festival, starts on the evening preceding the new moon of the first lunar month & runs until the full moon, coinciding with Tet, the Vietnamese new year. Dragon dance, Phnom Penh In Cambodia, this festival is not a...lire plus
Flooded fields surrounding Angkor Balloon Like most cities in South East Asia, also Siem Reap has a tropical climate with a dry and wet season. Most tourists visit Siem Reap during the dry season but the climate is mild enough to allow tourists to travel to Siem Reap...lire plus
Chinese New Year will be celebrated widely in Cambodia this February. - Photo: Dance of the Dragon at Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor. (More info below.) There are no official public holidays in February, Chinese New Year is celebrated widely in Cambodia. Celebrations...lire plus
Cambodia is a country located in SE Asia. Phnom Penh is it’s capital and should be the first place you visit. The history of Cambodia is dark and complex but you should take the time to learn about it. Phnom Penh can prove a somber experience when you visit the nearby...lire plus
Phare, The Cambodian Circus is the only venue in Cambodia featuring a daily theatrical circus show of international standard. Modern Cambodian tales are embodied by a new generation of talented artists trained in Battambang city. The performances mix theatre, music,...lire plus