Cambodian silk has a long history that is closely intertwined with the country’s economy and daily life.
And why is it celebrated in April?
The Khmer empire’s powerful reign lasted from the 9th to the 15th century and spanned from Vietnam to Myanmar.
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.
Khmer people become very excited and humbled when you make an attempt to understand their language.
If the main Angkor Wat temple complex is all you see, you’d be missing out.