Thanks to the coolness and the lush natural beauty of the thick green canopy – with monkeys swing from branch to branch – many visitors considered the grounds of the French embassy a forest in the centre of Phnom Penh.
Num Ansom cake is known to all Cambodians and is popular during major festivals, especially Pchum Ben.
With over 20 years of international culinary experience in top hotels and resorts both in Cambodia and abroad, chef Sing Sopheak Mongkol has returned to open the restaurant Changkran Khmer and serve Khmer food in order to contribute to the promotion of Cambodian culture
Yann Chat stands near a bamboo fence with one hand holding a basket and the other picking fresh blue flower from green vines growing on nearby trees. She is picking butterfly pea flowers – also known as blue tea – before bringing them to dry in the sun as they are the key ingredient in butterfly
Neak Sophal, known for her distinctive photographic style – which regularly employs performative portraiture to illustrate the social realities of Cambodian women, the working class, and marginalised communities – will hold her latest exhibition at FT Gallery from 17 September 2022.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts will hold a two-day Bassac theatre festival on October 3-4 at the Department of Performing Arts in Phnom Penh.
When he was an agriculture student and learning about all of the potential crops for each province, Bo Sopheak noticed that passion fruit from Mondulkiri province were somehow different from any other source he’d come across.
A charity concert organised by choir group Musica Felice will be held on the evening of October 9 at Sofitel 4:30 pm to raise funds to support two Cambodian art schools – Princess Buppha Devi Dance School and Yamada School of Art.
Agricultural expert Suong Noy has been advising farmers to use solar systems to pump water to their rice fields or plantations instead of using water pumping machines that run on fuel or manually.
The French embassy in Phnom Penh will once again open its doors to the public this weekend as its marks European Heritage Day, after a long hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic.