Sunday, March 23, 2008


Tourist Attractions in Cambodia

General information:


- Independence Day: 09 November 1953

- Motto: Nation Religion King

- Area: 181,035 sq km

- Location: 108 - 100 North wide, and 114 East wide

- Dimonsion: 440 km. North to South, and 560 km. East to West

- Population: 13.5 millions (2006)

- Density: 71

- Capital: Phnom Penh

- Language: Khmer

- Religion: Theravada Buddhist 97%

- Province: 24 and 4 cities- Distict: 185

- Commune: 1,621

- Village: 13,694

- Coutry code: +855; GSM: 011, 012, 015, 016, 017, 092, 098, 099

- International Airport: Phnom Penh and Siem Reap

- Time zone: GMT +7 hours

Ankor Wat
We all know that Angkor Wat is the World Heritage of Humanity and is the most attractive place you can't miss when you visit Cambodia, but that is not all of it. There are a lot of remarkable places, both natural and historical, where tourists will be amazed by our country spectacular beauty. Please click on the link below:

Banteay mean Chey

General information:

- Province: Banteay Meanchey

- Area: 6,679 sq km - Population: 703,356

- Density: 87

- Distict: 8

- Commune: 63

- Village: 604
Banteay Meanchey is a province in the North West of Cambodia and is 351km from Phnom Penh.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008


Traditional Foods and Drinks of Cambodian

Sieng khtih-porng tea

Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, and Sihanouk Ville are three special places for connoisseurs of Khmer food.
Rice and fish, together with array of herbs, sauces and spices, are the Khmer typical cuisine. Curries and soup with beef, pork, poultry and seafood can be bought from vendors along the streets.
Cuisine from all over the world is also found in Cambodia with over 100 restaurants such as European, American, Mexican, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Korean, Vietnamese and many others so visitors will be able to have many choices here.

Trei-prama-chien chea-muiy sach-chruk-porng tea

So many dishes are available and if you are eating at a roadside cafe then you can even make up your own dish. Vegetarians may find a problem with local meals but there is no need to worry as many places have very good menu's with Vegetarians in mind. Here is a sample selection of local food: Bacon with sauce. Beef soup. Chicken soup or fowl soup. Beef steak. Beef grill or roast beef. Barbecue pork. Boiled chicken. Braise. Cheese fish with meat. Chilli. Chops. Chowder. Cream cheese. Curry. Curry chicken with potatoes. Chafing dish. Clay-made pot soup. Fish pudding with vegetables. Fried beefs with onion. Fried fish. Fried eggs with onion and mushroom. Fried meat with vegetables. Fried mince-fish with spices. Goat soup. Goulash. Hash. Pork sour soup. Roast pig. Roast chicken. Roast chicken with gravy. Roast duck with gravy. Roast pork with gravy. Roast fish. Salad of meat and vegetables.

Mix Fruits in Cambodia

Khmer fruits are rich in all types of vitamins and there is an amazing verity of apples, bananas, coconuts, custard apples, durians, grapes, guavas, hog plums, jackfruits, jujubes, lychees, longans, mangoes, mangosteens, marrows, melons, milk fruits, oranges, palm fruits, papayas, persimmons, pineapples, pomegranates, pomeloes, rambutans, rose apples, sapodillas, tamarinds, tangerines, watermelons plus others that will be found on you travels and they are available all year round at the many markets found in Cambodia.

Local beer
There are many brands available in Cambodia but the most popular ones are :
-Angkor Beer, Angkor Stout, Black penter Beer(The factory at Sihanouk Ville or City Beaches of Cambodia).
-Anchor Beer, ABC Beer (Stout), Tiger Beer, and Grown Beer (The factory at Phnom Penh Capital of Cambodia).

Tuesday, March 18, 2008


Art and Handicraft of Cambodian

Art and Handicraft
Across the land of green rice paddies, shining blue waters, great wandering rivers and lush forests, the people of Cambodia are re-learning the arts of their ancestors.Silk WeavingGem-coloured silk in a brilliant array of colours are stacked floor to ceiling in shops at Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. This Cambodian handicraft has been passed down from generation to generation. You can visit silk weavers in various places in Cambodia including Kandal, Prey Veng and Takeo provinces. The colours of traditional Khmer silk costumes are historically associated with the days of the week as follows:
Yellow for Monday, Purple for Tuesday, Green and Copper on Wednesday, Green for Thursday, Blue on Friday, Violet for Saturday and Red for Sunday.

The art of the Silversmith reached its height in Cambodia during the 11th century when crafted objects were used primarily by Royalty and the upper classes for ceremonial purposes including funerals and religious rituals. You will find city market stalls offering many silver items for sale including intricate fruit and animal designs as well as traditional style pieces.

Wood carvings reflect strong spiritual beliefs with roots in animism from the pillars of a house to the elaborate motifs of the moon, stars, fruit and flowers. Houses are built with great attention given to the pillars, each having its own spirit of a woman, and roofs feature elaborate carved motifs. Miniature ?Spirit Houses? are strategically placed at homes and
other buildings and they are used for offerings of food, flowers and incense. Carved boxes and statues are used for ornamentation and furniture.Stone carving is another popular art form and again you will find many vendors in the main tourist markets offering pieces for sale. There is an excellent array of reproduction pieces available.


Khmer Culture and Tradition

Traditional arts and crafts are abundant in Cambodia. Scuptures., paintings and curving done with great care and attention. One can view such antiquities in market place, shop or museum. The variety of arts and crafts are large in range and include such item as: silver and gold jewellery, wicker were furniture, fine hard wood furniture, silks, marble sculptures, high quality China, leather ware and much more. There is a sharp eye for detail here and much of the products will be intricately carved especially the furniture, sculptures etc.

Unfortunately, much of these works completely ceased to exist during the Khmer Rouge dictatorship. Artisans ware instead forced to work in labour camps, where most of them died painful deaths. Many arts and crafts also purposely perished during that time.

Today there has been a revival, due to a great deal of restoration work, which has been initiated by the Royal governments of the Kingdom of Cambodia. Now many centers have been established to keep the ancient methods of the craftwork alive. You can see examples of this throughout the country.

Monday, March 17, 2008


Killing Cow




Oral Sex

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