Srah Srang ស្រះស្រង់ – Royal Bath – is a kind of Baray and really popular for viewing the sunrise with no crowds like at Angkor Wat.
Poke the nose of the sculpture of King Jayavarman VII with your own at Bayon temple of Angkor.
How to perform Sampeah, the Cambodian way to greet. We show you the five different steps of Sampeah.
A couple of years ago, it was usual in Cambodia to say: “All what women do is moving around the stoves.” Today, things are changing.
Phimeanakas is a Hindu temple in the Angkor area and was built during the reign of the King Rajeandravarman II (941 – 968) and rebuilt by King Suryavarman II.
Traditionally, giving birth to a child is a complicated process in Cambodia and it is devided into three different terms: Before, during and after giving birth.
The middle stairs at the Terrace ot the Elephants are very important. This place was used by the King Jayavarman VII, who wanted to take a look at the games.
The Bayon temple was built during the reign of the famous King JayavarmanVII in the late 12th century to the early 13th century consecrated to the Buddhist cult.
How could Cambodian know about Solar and Lunar Eclipses a long time before the advancement of technology? Just read what happened during churning the Milk-Ocean.
Cambodia is one of the most superstitious countries in Asia. Here you can read some of them.