Cambodia is a country that’s famous for a rich and vibrant culture. This great culture is mainly depicted in how their people behave and also in their traditions and customs.
Cambodians are gentle
One thing that you’ll love the most about Cambodians that you meet during your stay at resorts such as Anantara Angkor Resort is that they are always kind, gentle, and helpful. Cambodia is a deeply rooted Buddhist country, and its philosophy can be one big influence on this.
It’s a family-oriented culture
For Cambodians, family always comes first. Extended families are common in the society, and for celebrations such as the Khmer New year and Pchum Ben, even distant relatives come and share their love with others.
Cambodians love to have fun
If you ever get the chance of attending a wedding at a luxury hotel in Siem Reap, just do not miss it! A wedding means a massive celebration for Cambodians with loud music, dancing, and singing. Some weddings even go up to 3-5 days.
Cambodian calendar is full of holidays
Did you know that Cambodia is the country with the highest number of public holidays? They have a holiday for International Women’s Day too!