The beautiful temple of Boeung Koh Sre Prang pagoda has stood for 58 years in Kampot province.
Tattoos have become commonplace in Cambodia, especially among the younger generations.
The robam trot, or trot dance, is one of the Kingdom’s popular folk dances, with each having a different meaning. Demand for performances of the trot dance usually goes up around the Khmer New Year holiday, and this year is no different.
Carved banana tree trunks into various floral shapes is part of the artistic heritage of the ancient Khmer.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts, in collaboration with Pursat Provincial Hall, will hold a two-day exhibition of “Morodok Yoeung” (our heritage), the first of its kind to be held in Pursat this year.
Siem Reap provincial officials said the planning for this year’s Angkor Sangkran event is about 80 per cent complete despite some inconveniences caused by the weather, with rain and strong winds being the primary source of the trouble.
At first glance, the trailer to new horror sensation The Ritual: Black Nun looks like a western-produced feature film. As the story reveals itself to the viewers, it becomes clearer that this is a Khmer film, with a strong Cambodian identity and close links to the Kingdom’s unique culture and
Pich Sarath was once a young man with a passion for the chapei dong veng, the traditional long necked two-string Khmer guitar that is usually accompanied by storytelling in song form.
FCC Angkor by Avani – in collaboration with two civil society organisations working in the Tonle Sap Lake area – organised a three-day exhibition about people’s life along the lake and conjoined river, including the area’s pervasive pollution by plastic waste.
A traditional carver of leathergoods in Siem Reap is using his own deprived childhood as motivation to help others.