Khmer classical dance’s history first grew out of the great Angkor Empire (9th-15th CE) and is over 1000 years old.
Some of these sites in Phnom Penh can be heavy yet crucial sites, some showcase Cambodia’s beautiful art and history.
Cambodian (Khmer) food is to die for, especially their street food which is not only delicious, but also very widespread and cheap.
It’s a bargain-hunter’s paradise.
Sanitation can make a world of a difference.
Good food can be found anywhere in Phnom Penh, especially places hidden in a street corner.
Most of these opportunities are religion-based.
A museum, a palace, a garden, a memorial and a diamond!
Khmer people become very excited and humbled when you make an attempt to understand their language.
Honestly, what more do you need than food and great clothes?!