Pchum Ben is a unique Cambodian Buddhist festival that is held for two straight weeks from the first till the fifteenth of the Khmer month of Potrbotr.
Cambodia is celebrating the Independence Day on 9 November every year following the water festival.
For the people of Cambodia, the Water Festival and Bon Om Touk (The Pirogue Racing Festival) in Phnom Penh is the most magnificent traditional festival. For three days, Cambodian citizens, foreign tourists and peasants from various provinces gather in the capital and main cities to celebrate festival night day.
Kroma is a Khmer scarf which is made of silk or cotton. Khmer people use it every day. It is part of Cambodian people life. Korma is used throughout the country from rural area to city. Khmer people get vast benefits of it. They are small and easy to take with them anywhere and anytime. There are many different ways that Khmer people use the Kroma.