Arts & Culture of Cambodia

  • Respect the bricks

    Dedicated to protecting Cambodia’s rich culture, the Heritage Friendly Tourism Campaign is helping visitors and locals alike understand the need to preserve the past. What to experience ? Heritage Watch started in 2003 in Cambodia as not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of the world, through research, education, and advocacy, […]

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  • Helping you to help in concert with the helpers

    Bridging the gap between tourism, organisations and the poor, ConCERT is the link to helping travellers to help the destinations they visit. What to experience? During your stay you may see something that makes you want to help, your heart has been stirred a thousand times but you bravely refrain from giving directly to disadvantaged […]

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  • Fighting an Underground War

    Aki Ra distinguished as one of CNN Top 10 Heroes in 2010 created this flagship museum to learn more about the scourge of landmines and support its victims. What to experience? A short motorbike ride out of the popular tourism town of Siem Reap can bring you to the famous Cambodian Landmine Museum. The Landmine […]

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  • Citadel of the Cat

    Now one of Cambodia’s top-listed sites for inscription to UNESCO’s World Heritage List, be among the first to say you have seen this magnificent temple complex before everyone else does. What to experience ? Banteay Chhmar is a complex of temple ruins from a very large 12th century Angkorian temple complex, located in the north […]

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  • Carving Out a Better Future

    Encourage the revival of traditional Khmer arts and crafts with a visit to the Artisans workshop in Siem Reap. What to experience ? Artisans D’Angkor, in Siem Reap, welcome visitors daily between 7:30am and 5:30pm. Former students conduct free-guided tours of the workshops, in seven languages, offering an intimate insight into traditional handicraft skills. During […]

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  • Silk Weaving along the banks of the Mekong

    Immerse yourself in an ancient tradition of Cambodian culture through experiencing the silk production process from the mulberry plants to the silk scarf. A MUST BUY! What to experience ? Just four kilometres outside of Stung Treng town, in Sre Po village, lies a place of solitude for the visitor wishing to spend a few […]

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  • Painting Pieces of ‘Heart’ for a Brighter future

    Take home a unique souvenir of Cambodia – the imagination, innovation and creativity of a child reflected in a timeless painting. What to experience ? The beautiful Serendip Children’s art gallery located on Serendipity Beach in Sihanoukville features the colourful and creative art work of the children who once roamed the beaches. You are welcomed […]

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