Cambodia has numerous traditional festivals which are widely celebrate across the whole country. With the festivals falling in different months of the year, your visit to Cambodia will be enriched with many cultural experiences. If you come to Cambodia in November, you’ll be able to join the water and moon festival which is celebrated annually to show gratitude of the Cambodian people toward water and the moon. One month later, another festival so-called sea festival is celebrated at Sihanouk province, a province located next to the sea. In February, comes the Chinese New Year. If you are in the city, you may think you were in China due to the immersive celebrations with fire and dragon dance. The biggest festival of year is The Khmer New Year which takes place in April. During this day every home is cleaned to welcome the guardian angel who comes to bless all Cambodian families. If you are at the countryside during the Khmer New Year, you may hesitate to choose between visiting tourist attractions or staying home for beer party with local villagers. During the New Year Festival, in some part of the country like Siem Reap, you can pour water on other people’s head as a blessing.
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